New Stimulus Has Plenty for Small Business

The pandemic relief package (Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2021) gives a break to small businesses by reopening the Paycheck Protection Program so that some of the hardest-hit small businesses can apply for a second loan. The new round of loans will … Continued

Putting Your House in a Trust

Should you put your house in a trust? For some homeowners, it could be a smart move, but you need to know all the facts. Click through for some insights into this little-known estate planning strategy to see if it’s … Continued

Four Silly Home Loan Mistakes Everyone Makes

As interest rates lower, buying a home seems more feasible and affordable now than it has in recent years. When you are shopping for a home loan, it is important to take the right measures to ensure that the loan … Continued

Obituary for Robert A. Scalise Sr.

Robert A. Scalise Sr. Obituary – Visitation & Funeral Information Atty. Robert “Bob” Scalise, Sr., 83, of New Britain, widower of Judith (Wilbur) Scalise, passed away Monday (October 19, 2020) at his home. A native and lifelong New Britain resident, … Continued

Tips for Succession Planning

The longevity of a small business depends on a well-thought-out succession plan. For a family business, you want to evaluate who else can run the business and whether you have to look beyond family members as the business grows. An … Continued

Remember to Fund Your Trust

Most people who have an estate plan have created a trust. But one thing many people forget is rather important: funding the trust. During the lifetime of the grantor who created the trust, the trustee can use the trust assets … Continued

Essential Documents for Your Estate Plan

The Covid-19 pandemic undoubtedly has you on edge. We have all been forced to face our fears in some way, whether it’s the fear of falling ill, losing a job, having to spend time alone or losing a loved one. … Continued

How Your Stimulus Check Affects Medicaid Eligibility

The coronavirus relief bill includes a direct payment to most Americans, but this has Medicaid recipients wondering how the payment will affect them. Because the payment is not income, it should not count against a Medicaid recipient’s eligibility.  The Coronavirus … Continued