201901.23
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Equilibrium!

Everyone loves a close game, right!   The ratings and reviews on this past weekend’s Conference Championships in the NFL were a great example.   Both went to overtime.   Saints fans say the refs love a competitive game a little too much a refused to call a blatant pass interference foul and helmet to helmet illegal hit…

201901.17
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Fraud and the Elderly

In a perfect world, selfless children would be a daily presence in the lives of their elderly parents and family.    But whether it is a child or a neighbor, we all need to be vigilant to look out for one another.   Take time to check in on those that can no long take care of…

201901.03
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Great Advice for Self-Employed Mortgage Shoppers

Ever since the knee jerk reaction to the crash of  Oh Eight, self-employed borrowers have often been intimidated away from  the mortgage application process. Despite self-employed (the “gig economy”) vocations growing as a market segment, Fear and trepidation have caused a significant 10 year drop off of self-employed applications for home loans.  Dodd-Frank, the 900…

201808.08
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Umbrella Insurance

Today’s blog is both a resignation to our recently shattered rainfall records and a shout out to a former Associate of our Firm who opened his own firm in Virginia Beach and Williamsburg, Virginia,  as an Estate Planning Specialist. John S. Burton, Esq., wrote the following pithy newsletter to educate consumers on the need for…

201808.02
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Short Sale Tax Treatment is still in Limbo

Limbo is not a good place to be from a tax standpoint.   If you recently  sold a home by  short sale, read to the bottom and click the link on how to encourage your legislators to make “phantom income” non-taxable.        What will happen next? The proposed Tax Extender Act of 2017 is supposed to deal with the…