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Update: New Social Security Rules and Services for 2013

2013 saw the introduction of a number of new rules and services implemented by the Social Security Administration that affect a majority of American workers and retirees: No More Paper checks.  Starting March 1, benefit recipients will no longer receive paper Social Security checks.  Beneficiaries instead will need to choose between two options: direct deposit […]

Protecting Your Kids with Estate Planning

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6 Situations When a Trust is Better Than Just a Will – California Estate Planning

A will is one of the most basic California estate planning documents, and everyone should have one to make sure there is no question about what would happen to your assets if something happens to you. But there are situations when having a revocable trust in addition to a will is imperative; here are six […]

What Does Double Taxation Mean for a California Corporation?

One of the major disadvantages business owners face when doing business as a corporation (AKA a “C Corporaton) is “double taxation.” A corporation is its own separate tax-paying entity. A corporation files a tax return (Form 1120) that is separate and apart from tax returns filed by its shareholders. Double Taxation on Dividends Corporate profits […]

5 Small Business Mistakes

If you’re in the process of forming a small business this year or already tending to one that is growing, then you’re most likely exposing your business to unnecessary risks by making one of the following common legal mistakes. Keep reading to see how you can best avoid any of these pitfalls. Operating as a […]

In-State Tuition for Unlawful Aliens

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Philip Seymour Hoffman – Oscar-winning Actor’s Estate Planning Mistakes

As you may know, renowned award-winning actor Philip Seymour Hoffman passed away in early February 2014 leaving behind three children and his long-time girlfriend. What you may not know is that he also left behind an estimated $35 million estate, and a will that has been filed for probate. The will, however, has many mistakes […]

DRAIL Ability Resource Fair and Assistive Technology Expo

The Tagre Law Office was delighted to participate in the Disability Resource Agency for Independent Living (DRAIL) Ability Resource Fair that was held on September 25, 2015 at the Howard Training Center. DRAIL’s mission is to empower persons with disabilities to achieve greater independence and is one of 29 Centers for Independent Living throughout the […]

Why Your Business Needs an Employee Email Policy

Whether your business is large or small, if you have a company with any number of employees then you should have an email policy that is clearly communicated to everyone in the company. Even if your business does not routinely monitor employee emails, you, as the employer, must protect your right to access employee email. […]

Delaware Corporation or Nevada Corporation While Doing Business in California

Occasionally, a client asks whether s/he should incorporate outside of California, such as establishing their business as a Delaware corporation or Nevada corporation. Delaware corporations are popular and, in fact, most major U.S. companies choose to do business as Delaware corporations because Delaware has a long history of case law that is considered very favorable […]