Two Custodial Parents Living In Separate Residences Within Same School District? School District Must Provide Transportation Between Both Parents’ Homes And School

On January 7, 2014, the Commonwealth Court of Pennsylvania issued a decision in Watts v. Manheim Township School District

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Alternative Investment: Managing Market Volatility and Fiduciary Obligations

Date: Thursday, March 27, 2014 Time: 12pm to 1pm Faculty: First Niagara Private Client Services Location: Timoney Knox,...

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What You Should Know about Wage and Hour Audits

What Are Wage Hour Audits? A wage and hour audit can hit a business at any time and without prior notice. Though wage-hour audits are typically the...

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Court Rules Portions of Fracking Law Unconstitutional

Recently, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court handed down a decision that could change the face of environmental and municipal law, especially zoning, in the Commonwealth. In Robinson v....

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New Pennsylvania Child Abuse Laws Take Effect

Just two weeks ago, Governor Corbett signed into law a bill that toughens the penalties for child abuse and failing to report it – a long-awaited measure that has been in the works since the abuses...

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Pa Legislators Propose Shale Gas Drilling Tax

A bipartisan group of four Pennsylvania legislators has floated a 4.9 percent severance tax on natural gas drilling – a move the lawmakers say would replace impact fees so that more of the...

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Mistakes to Avoid When Incorporating

With all the information and resources available on the internet, it’s never been easier to incorporate your business.  But, with the dizzying array of resources at our fingertips, it is critical...

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Time to Take Advantage of Just-Out 2014 Estate, Gift and GST Tax Exemptions

The IRS’s recent release of 2014 inflation-adjusted estate tax, gift tax and generation-skipping transfer tax exemptions signal a perfect time to put a yearly gifting program into place....

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New High Income Child Support Guidelines Passed in PA

A new formula for deciding child support for high-income parents has taken effect in Pennsylvania. In the past, high-income cases were decided based on the “reasonable needs” of the children...

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Year-End Tax Tips for Businesses

For business owners the close of another year means it’s a great time to tackle some year-end to-dos that will help with taxes come April 15. Below we have compiled some tips to check off your...

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