When filing a new limited liability company in New York, the question often comes up, “Does my LLC need a physical office in New York?” The short answer is, “No”. The longer answer is a bit more complicated.Continue reading “Does my LLC need a physical office in New York?”
As grandparents, we know how much you love your grandchildren. The retirement phase of life allows many older adults to spend time with their favorite young people. While they may be young now, it’s natural to be concerned about their financial future. Throughout your adulthood, you may have accrued a substantial retirement that will sustain you through the twilight years – and beyond.
As you continue to age, perhaps you’ve wondered about leaving some assets behind for your beloved relatives.Continue reading “How To Responsibly Share Your Inheritance With Your Family”
New Orleanians have celebrated Mardi Gras since the early 1800s. The holiday starts in January and continues until the day before Ash Wednesday. Mardi Gras masks are made with a variety of materials including cardboard, feathers, plastic, and porcelain. A Mardi Gras tradition requires revelers to wear masks to hide their identity when taking part in parades or attending parties.Continue reading “Deciding Whether to Require Masks at Your Law Firm”
What is keeping you from pursuing your dream, your big idea for a successful small business? If you have the time, the courage, and the right ideas to get started, you just need funding to make it happen.Continue reading “How to Finance Your Small Business Venture”
Blumberg announces an important update to their New York State Power of Attorney Forms. This update complies with amendments to the Power of Attorney Statute that takes effect June 13, 2021. For over 100 years courts have relied on Blumberg Powers of Attorney forms. The distinctive boilerplate and usage in countless transactions have become the trusted choice of attorneys and the financial, real estate, business, and healthcare communities.Continue reading “Changes in Power of Attorney Forms for New York State”
The development of Coronavirus vaccines took off in January 2020 when its genetic sequence was published. Vaccine development usually takes several years, but Covid-19 vaccines had a head start because the research was already underway when the pandemic began. The first vaccinations began in December 2020 kicking off the most urgent immunization effort since the polio vaccine. Following are things to consider about requiring vaccinations and resources for encouraging them.Continue reading “Deciding Whether to Require Vaccinations at Your Law Firm”
About 15 years ago, Apple and Google launched digital stores that enabled software developers to sell apps to consumers and professionals. Categories include communication, productivity, and security. Apps are affordable, easy to use, and enable access to data and documents 24/7 at home, on the road, or in the office. They can be installed quickly on computers, smartphones, and tablets. This article explains the benefits of popular application service providers and includes resources for using them.Continue reading “Apps, Services, and Software for Working Remotely”
About 250 years ago, most Americans worked as farmers or as skilled craftsmen in their homes. By the 1800s, the workforce started shifting from homes to factories and moved from the countryside to cities. In the 1980s, the trend reversed when employers began experimenting with telecommuting. The work from home trend was helped by the development of the personal computer, the Internet, and flexible policies adopted by enlightened employers.
About 10 percent of Americans worked from home before the Coronavirus situation forced office workers to stay home. Many lawyers will continue their office exodus after the Coronavirus is contained. The Pandemic removed taboos associated with remote workers and mobile technologies improved their productivity. Following are some things to consider when deciding whether to permanently work remotely.Continue reading “Deciding Whether to Permanently Work Remote”
60 years ago, Pete Seeger created a folk-rock classic by adapting verses from Ecclesiastes into the song Turn, Turn, Turn. The song holds a message of change, hope, and acceptance. It reminds listeners that there are a time and purpose for everything. The evolving Coronavirus situation evokes the song’s theme because there was a time to close offices and now a time for reopening them.