Monthly Archives: August 2018
The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) issued a proposed regulation on August 8, 2018 for a new provision know as Internal Revenue Code (IRC) Section 199A. Section 199A of the IRC allows many owners of sole proprietorships, partnerships, trusts and S corporations to deduct twenty-percent of their qualified business income. Please contact us to discuss how […]
Can You File a Lawsuit in Pennsylvania for a Breach of Contract If You Feel You Have Been Defrauded?
When a vendor or service provider fails to deliver goods or services that were paid for and expected, it can be considered a breach of contract. Generally, a breach is not considered to have occurred if there is a legally sound explanation for non-delivery and a refund or favorable remedy was provided. However, matters are […]
The final step in determining a child support amount is accounting for any appropriate deviations to the base support amount that was calculated according to the method described in the previous part to this series. There are two types of deviations that the court may order: particularly listed deviations, and deviations that are based on […]