Katrina Wahl

Due to variations in tax, insurance and other business-related laws, some limited liability companies choose to form their entity in a state other than Ohio even though primary operations are here. For example, Delaware, historically, has been considered to have business-friendly laws and many entities...

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Disabled Individuals - Saving for Retirement   In 2014, Congress passed the federal Achieving a Better Life Experience (ABLE) Act. The Act made an ABLE Account possible. An ABLE Account is an investment account that permits qualified persons with disabilities to save and invest money without losing...

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Written by: David Montgomery Updated: 3/19/2020 With the continuing spread of Covid-19 and the ever-shifting efforts to contain its spread by Local, State and Federal Government, many of our clients have contacted the firm in relation to contract performance and maintaining their obligations thereunder.  Without...

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Generally, there are two government agencies that pay the costs of long-term care on an ongoing basis, if you qualify. One is Medicaid, which administers a joint federal and state program, the other is the Veteran’s Administration (VA), for veterans and certain surviving family members. Aid...

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