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Can Barter Agreements Help Your Business?

Bartering is the act of trading goods and services for something of value in lieu of money. While it is generally thought of as an extreme, alternative form of payment, it may be an idea that is going to become a reality amid the recent coronavirus outbreak. The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic places business owners in...

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4 Estate Planning Tools to Prepare for Coronavirus

The entire world has changed dramatically over the past several weeks in light of the coronavirus pandemic. As more people see loss of life occurring every day, many cannot help but wonder what they can do to tie-up their end-of-life affairs if COVID-19 finds its way to them. The most effective and practical form of...

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Business Relief During the Coronavirus

Every business in the world has been impacted by the worst health crisis since 1918 when the so-called Spanish Flu decimated the planet. Eventually, the pandemic from a century earlier claimed between 50 and 100 million lives. As of March 27th, 2020 the coronavirus has caused almost 30,000 deaths worldwide. These tragic and terrible epidemics...

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Should a Business Furlough or Layoff Employees Amid Covid-19?

Business owners are looking for ways to mitigate revenue losses during the coronavirus pandemic, including how to handle their workforce. Some are considering furloughs and layoffs. It goes without saying that furloughs are the best option for those who have cash flow availability. For others, layoffs are inevitable. However, establishing a practical strategy during the...

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IRS Defers Tax Payments Due to Coronavirus

It’s not often that we receive good news regarding federal income taxes.  In the current state of global pandemic crisis, we all could use a little good news. Thanks to the Internal Revenue Service and the Department of Treasury, we are happy to share bit of good news. In response to the COVID-19 outbreak, the...

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Coronavirus: U.S. Bans Travel for Euorpeans

Since President Trump’s announcement to ban Europeans from traveling to or from the United States, the country is preparing for the consequences of the spread of the Covid-19 virus. This border closure has several consequences: Delays for immigration Financial losses Legal ramifications The consequences in terms of immigration Immigration concerns both non-residents seeking entrance to...

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International Law Specialist, Francis M. Boyer

For International Law, why trust anything less than a Board Certified Expert like Francis M. Boyer? According to the Florida Bar, International Law includes dealings between states and international organizations, as well as issues that can occur between nationals of different countries. These issues could include business immigration, international business transactions, international litigation, international taxation,...

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Green Card Rule in Effect February 24, 2020

Last week the Supreme Court ruled to uphold one of President Trump’s immigration reform policies that may affect many green card applicants. The “public charge” rule will be implemented on the 24th of this month. This rule does not currently apply to applications originating from outside the United States. Green Card applicants currently in the...