Next year, individuals with a modified adjusted gross income of more than $100,000 will be eligible to convert a traditional IRA to a Roth IRA. The IRS is offering taxpayers a two-year window in 2010 to pay taxes due on ...Read More »
A new Maryland law requiring certain property owners to disclose to the state information about the environmental condition of their properties will soon go into effect. On Oct. 23, the state published draft regulations to implement the law known as ...Read More »
Earlier this year, in Murphy v. Baptist Health, a case hailed as a victory for the preservation of the patient-physician relationship, the Arkansas Circuit Court of Pulaski County permanently enjoined Arkansas’s largest hospital system from enforcing its economic credentialing policy. ...
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Well, it was about time. Within the last week, Congress finally moved on two key components affecting real estate sales: extending and enhancing the federal tax credits for purchasing a home, and maintaining the maximum loan limits through 2010 for ...Read More »
Students returned to higher education this fall with a new incentive to prepare for careers in public service — federal student loan forgiveness. Under the new Sarbanes Public Service Loan Forgiveness Option, the U.S. Department of Education will forgive the ...
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While we are castigating judges who overstepped their bounds, let us turn to Southern Maryland Circuit Judge Robert C. Nalley. Nalley got his legal comeuppance in Charles County District Court last week when he was fined $500 and ordered to ...Read More »
We all know what a pain it can be if your computer gets a virus. Systems could break down and important documents and information be wiped out. As bad as that seems, there is something much, much worse — a ...Read More »
In 2007, Gov. Martin O’Malley announced the MARC Growth and Investment Plan. It was a multi-phase commitment to improve Maryland’s commuter rail service. The first of the big money, $1.25 billion, was promised in the 2011-2015 time period with another ...Read More »
Despite all the public discussion about health care, very few people under the age of 65 understand the basics of Medicare, the federal health program for seniors and certain disabled individuals, or Medigap, the supplemental private coverage many buy to ...Read More »