Cares Act and Michigan Small Business Relief Guide

CARES Act and Michigan Small Business Relief Guide April 3, 2020 If you are a business owner, you have likely been following the dizzying array of orders, laws, programs and regulations that apply to you and your business. This guide…

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The ‘R’ in inherited IRA Does Not Stand for Retirement

By Pamela Ritter The implications of the US Supreme Court’s Clark v. Rameker decision On June 12, 2014, US Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor, on behalf of a unanimous Court confirmed inherited IRAs are not “retirement funds.” This means an inherited IRA…

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A Cautionary Tale: Deceased Spouse Estate Tax Exemption

By Alan Rudzewicz What is DSUE? A few years ago, Congress made a deceased spouse’s unused estate tax exemption portable. This provision applies to same sex married couples under Federal Law. At first glance, the tax exemption sounds like a…

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Lynn Brimer and Norm Hyman Recognized as 2016 Best Lawyers in America©

We are proud to share our firm has been selected as a 2016 Best Lawyers Top Tier 1 law firm and two of our attorneys have once again been listed in The Best Lawyers in America© published by U.S. News…

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Partners Share 2015 Banking Law Observations

Four of Strobl & Sharp’s partners – Tom Strobl, John Sharp, Leslie Stein, Pamela Ritter – offer their personal observations on the banking landscape today Regulations Consume Limited Resources “Pulse Insights reports that financial institution employees spend up to 90%…

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Tax Breaks for Michigan Flood Victims

4 Ways to Gain from Your Loss By James Rocchio Michigan taxpayers who were adversely affected by the severe storms and flooding that began on August 11, 2014, may qualify for tax breaks from the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). Macomb,…

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Important Legal Considerations in Telecommuting

6 Important things to know if you let employees work from home By Michael Geller Working from home or telecommuting is a growing trend in this country. The benefits are improved employee morale, increased productivity, less workforce turnover and lower…

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Strobl & Sharp Provides Pro Bono Service to Entrepreneur Winner

The Walsh College, Troy Campus, hosted the third annual Entrepreneur-YOU Women’s Business Plan and Pitch Competition on October 10, 2014. Winner Julie Andreae of Secure Beginnings Breathable Crib Mattresses will receive free legal services from Strobl & Sharp. The counseling…

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