If the pandemic caused you to relocate across state lines, even temporarily, the next surprise could be having to file an extra tax return and potentially pay more taxes. The issue gained national attention in May, when Gov. Andrew Cuomo ...Read More »
There has been a significant increase in electric vehicle ownership among homeowners and renters. In fact, between 2010 and 2019 cumulative sales of electric cars in the U.S. totaled nearly 1.4 million units. A 2018 Edison Electric Institute Report projected ...Read More »
To be admitted to practice law in the state of Maryland, a graduate of an accredited law school must pass the bar examination. The examination is a grueling experience under normal conditions; the COVID-19 pandemic has made an already difficult ...Read More »
Most of the women I know — black and white, northerner and southerner, Democrat and Republican — embraced the “Challenge Accepted” social media campaign. Many participants saw this as a simple statement of women-supporting-women (and an opportunity to post a flattering ...Read More »
Behavioral economist Dan Ariely and his colleagues at Duke University’s Center for Advanced Hindsight have a pact. Every week, the group of 50 people picks one small business in Durham, North Carolina, and each person spends $100 there. A one-time ...Read More »
For the last several weeks, business owners have eagerly awaited the ability to seek forgiveness of their Paycheck Protection Program loan and close what, for many, has been a challenging chapter in the story of their business. Those who participated ...
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The Baltimore police commissioner, Michael S. Harrison, said that if George Floyd had been killed by Baltimore police he would not have been able to fire them. Although Baltimore’s citizens have an “expectation that when bad police behavior is brought ...
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If you’re a homeowner who saw the next recession coming and went to an adjustable-rate mortgage as a hedge for interest rate risk — OK, no one could have guessed it’d start with a pandemic, but we were overdue — ...Read More »