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WEBINAR REPLAY: Legal Issues for Real Estate Agents

WATCH HERE During this webinar, Real Estate agents will gain the knowledge and tools to better understand issues they might encounter with buyers or sellers to better serve their clients. Topics: – Title to real estate – Considerations when buying or selling property – Estate

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Snowbird Law: Keep Your Florida Property out of Probate

Snowbirds who own property in more than one state are sometimes surprised to learn that their heirs could be forced through probate in every state where their property is located. This causes unnecessary work and expense to loved ones who are already grieving. Fortunately, if

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WEBINAR: Legal & Business Issues Affecting Contractors 2021

2021 Webinar Topics Include: Business Entities: Formation & Succession – Blake Nelson Insurance & Claims 101 – J. Robert Keena Tax & Accounting Updates for 2021 – Randy Feld Top Terms & Clauses in Construction Contracts & Subcontracts – Chris Jones Minnesota Energy Building Code

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Tax Season: Do I Really Have to Pay That Much?!

With a new year, comes a new round of taxes. Property owners will have received their 2021 property tax valuations payable in 2022 in January, and for some it may be a shock to see how much property taxes have risen over the last year.

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PPP Loans: Update on Forgiveness and Deductibility

We have received questions on the tax consequences of the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loans that clients have taken out in connection with the coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis. Many of these loans have been subsequently forgiven. The rules are complicated but here is a summary: An

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Businesses Using Freelance Workers or Independent Contractors in Minneapolis Need Written Contract Beginning 2021

On January 1, 2021, the Minneapolis Freelance Worker Protections Ordinance went into effect. The City’s objective with the Ordinance is to prevent wage theft from freelance workers or independent contractors. The Ordinance requires businesses (including digital network-based entities) using freelance workers or independent contractors within

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