Last year the Bipartisan Budget Act of 2015 made significant changes to how and when some Americans can receive certain Social Security benefits. The Social Security rule amendments affect an individual's ability to delay retirement benefits.
Close friends and family members who are considering accepting the role of trustee or who find themselves unexpectedly serving as successor trustee should review a few of the many legal obligations tied to the role.
A new federal tax form is causing reporting and tax confusion for executors. Form 8971 is prompting some executors to seek counsel to determine whether the form is required for the estate and, if so, how to properly complete the form.
The 2017 Budget proposal introduces several funding adjustments for cybersecurity, education, and energy, as well as proposed changes to capital gains tax, estate tax, retirement savings, and multiple tax credits.
North Carolina gun trust attorney Greg Herman-Giddens will host a free educational seminar in Chapel Hill on Monday, April 4th about gun trusts and the forthcoming federal regulation changes in ATF 41F.