Payroll Tax Deferments and Back Tax Debt

Published on

Part of the CARES Act is a delay in a portion of payroll taxes. Employers can defer payment of the employer share (non-trust fund portion) of Social Security only on all wages through Dec. 31, 2020. Half will need to be made up in 2021, the other half in 2022. If a business uses a … Continued

Covid 19- money for individuals

Published on

The CARES Act will give eligible individuals of up to $1,200 for single filers and up to $2,400 for joint filers. You will also get a $500 credit rebate per qualifying child. Rebates are subject to phase-out thresholds beginning at $75,000 of adjusted gross income for individuals and at $150,000 for joint filers.  Rebates are … Continued

What do I do after a car accident?

Published on

Car accidents can happen on the road every day. Drivers are supposed to adhere to the traffic laws that are in place to keep people on the road safe. This can help them drive safely and provide a better environment on the road for those that are traveling on it. Due to the amount of … Continued

How can inadequate security affect a premises liability accident?

Published on

Premises liability cases can involve a lack of security measures that contribute to an accident where an individual suffered. A premises has the responsibility of having certain security measures in place to protect those that are entering onto the area. A standard of care must be taken to ensure the safety of those entering onto … Continued

Can medical malpractice involve a hip replacement?

Published on

During times of physical struggles, people seek the help of doctors. Whether it is an injury that occurred over time or during an accident, doctors have shown that they can tend to us and provide us with care. They are intelligent professionals that have knowledge about the human body. They use this knowledge every day … Continued

Do train accidents result in damages being paid?

Published on

Trains are a form of transportation that is useful for the public. These systems can be faster than traveling in a car. They may also be cheaper than owning and maintaining a car. Due to this, commuters may opt to use a train as a form of transportation rather than a motor vehicle. This can … Continued

What can cause a premises liability case?

Published on

Premises liability cases can hold someone accountable for an injury that occurred on their property. Property owners have a responsibility to maintain a safe premises. When they fail to keep their property safe, someone can be injured on it. The injured party may be able to prove that the property owner was negligent, making them … Continued

Can I file a medical malpractice lawsuit for a birth injury?

Published on

Unfortunately, birth injuries can be a part of the childbirth process. Sometimes these injuries cannot be avoided due to complications during childbirth. A doctor may provide all they care they can to a patient, including the baby and the mother. However, these birth injuries can also be a direct result of a doctor’s negligence. When a doctor … Continued

What type of guns can I own?

Published on

Although citizens of the United States have the right to possess a gun with the proper permits, there are some restrictions on what they can own. In New Jersey state, individuals are allowed to own a long gun. When someone wants to purchase a long gun, including a rifle or shotgun, they should gain possession … Continued