Telecommuting—Could it Work for Your Organization?

By: Sheila Birnbach Clearly the verdict is still out with regard to the validity of work-from-home arrangements. Despite the fact that mobile devices and the current wireless networking technology have enabled people to work from most anywhere, and have freed people from the restriction to be in “the” office to do business, the idea of […]

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Understanding Same-Sex Legislation

By: Westray Veasey I recently met with my first clients affected by same-sex couple legislation since the US Supreme Court overruled DOMA last year.  If you recall, DOMA was the law barring the federal government from recognizing same sex marriages legalized at the state-level.  It was ruled unconstitutional by the US Supreme Court for violating […]

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Estate Planning: Not Just for the Wealthy

By: Westray Veasey With the new federal estate and gift tax laws, and the repeal of North Carolina’s estate and gift tax system, your clients do not need an estate plan, right? WRONG! The now “permanent” estate tax law provides for a much higher exemption than ever before:  $5,340,000 for 2014, indexed for inflation. (Isn’t […]

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The Smartphone Dilemma

By: Adam Roark If asked, I will proudly tout the benefits of a smartphone in maintaining work/life balance. Smartphones have wonderful features that keep me connected to the digital world. With my phone, I can monitor my work and personal email, my Twitter feed and Facebook. Gone are the days of not being able to […]

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Where Can I Buy Obamacare?

By: Stan Park Many of us have read, watched, and heard about Obamacare. We have heard about the failed, delayed, and last-minute adjustments to Obamacare. And it appears many in power still want to do away with Obamacare. So where exactly can I buy this Obamacare? Funny you should ask.  As you look for health […]

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