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New Regulations In The Lending Industry

As the New Year swept in bitter cold temperatures, 2014 also swept in new regulations in the lending industry. The 2010 Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act charged the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (“CFPB”) with the authority to implement...

Business Owners and Tax Free Exchanges

As a small business owner, you own your building and pay rent to yourself. But if your building becomes too small and you need to find a larger space, what should you do? Section 1031 of the Internal Revenue Code allows a business owner to sell a building, acquire a...

Do Home Renovations Right

Spring is the season of renewal. In today’s economic climate, some folks who were once thinking of purchasing a new home, may instead now be looking to upgrade or renovate their existing home. When thinking about renovations, first and foremost make sure that you do...

Love Thy Neighbors

There’s an old saying that anyone can sue anyone for anything, but there’s no guaranty that he’ll win. Case in point: eight neighbors who live in a community governed by a homeowners association. Neighbor A learned that neighbors B, C, D, E, F, G & H have...
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