Three “Must Have” Documents for Parents of a Child with Special Needs

Three “Must Have” Documents for Parents of a Child with Special Needs Although legal planning documents such as a health care proxy, power of attorney, last will & testament, etc. are an important part of any estate plan, if you are the parent of a child with special needs, these standard estate planning documents...

What is the Difference Between Medicare and Medicaid? By Vincent J. Russo

What is the Difference Between Medicare and Medicaid? By Vincent J. Russo Although Medicare and Medicaid are both federally funded health insurance programs, they have different eligibility requirements and the benefits differ. Who is eligible for Medicare? Who is eligible for Medicaid? Medicare is an entitlement program. This means that if you have worked...

Taxes, Estate Planning and Death?

Take a listen to my blogtalk radio show, Hilary Topper On Air, and learn all about taxes, estate planning and how to protect yourself and your parents from major estate taxes!  Terry Smolev of the Law Offices of Terrance E. Smolev is the guest and he provides some valuable tips...

Intellectual Property Review, by Guest Blogger Anthony M. Verna III

One issue I see when a business takes itself from the idea stage to doing business in the real world is a lack of intellectual property review. This can be seen in either taking out a Facebook page or a domain name in either the business name or a proposed...