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Power of Attorney is Not Enough for Medicare

A power of attorney is usually enough to take charge of a loved one’s financial and medical matters when they become incapacitated. But with Medicare, you need more than a POA.  Many people learn this the hard way. It is a problem that can be easily solved and will save you and your loved ones […]

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President Johnson signs SS Bill 1965 Courtesy JFK Presidential Library

Today is the 55th Anniversary of Medicaid and Medicare

On July 30, 1965, President Lyndon B. Johnson signed into law legislation that established the Medicare and Medicaid programs. For 55 years, these two programs have protected the health and well-being of millions of American families, saving lives, and improving the economic security of our nation. It was controversial at the time, but it wasn’t a new […]

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Legislative Update: Paycheck Protection Flexibility Act

The Paycheck Protection Flexibility Act was signed into law on June 5, 2020. The new legislation modifies the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act. Here are the details: Extension of loan utilization period. Originally, the PPP required borrowers to spend their full loan within eight (8) weeks after the loan originated. This was […]

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We are Open to Serve You, Safely

Our office moved seamlessly to working remotely in March because the firm’s systems were designed to allow attorneys and staff to work in the office, at home, or anywhere. Investing in technology has always been a high value at the firm, and when New York State was “paused,” our clients benefited from our ability to […]

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