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InSights from February 27, 2021 Annual Client Meeting

The Annual Client Meeting is a key component of the Insight Law Maintenance Program. We are in the 13th year of hosting these meetings and have found them to be incredibly helpful to both the firm and our clients. The objective of the Annual Client Meeting is to ensure we stay connected with our clients and they stay educated on their estate plan. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LMOxNtQRDBk...

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Converting Small PPP Loans To Grants – A Worthwhile Policy Proposal

Congress is eyeing further legislative modifications to the Paycheck Protection Program, one of the pillar programs of the $2.2 trillion CARES Act enacted in response to the Coronavirus pandemic. One of the policy proposals making its way through the chambers of Congress include automatically forgiving PPP loans that are less than $150,000. The idea of automatic forgiveness for relatively small PPP loans can be attributed to the Consumer Bankers Association and the Bank Policy Institute, two prominent lobbying groups that represent large financial institutions. Current Loan Forgiveness Requirements are Administrative Hassle It is possible for a small business owner to have some, or...

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Overview of the Modifications Made to the Paycheck Protection Program

Congress took a big step in modifying the problematic Paycheck Protection Program (commonly referred to as the "PPP Program"). This program was created as part of the multi-trillion dollar aid package to help Americans and small businesses in the midst of the Coronavirus pandemic.  However, the lack of clear guidance on how to administer the PPP Program by the Treasury Department and Small Business Administration led to a chaotic roll out and a number of large businesses gobbling up funds meant for smaller businesses hit hardest by the economic shut down brought on by COVID-19. The chaotic roll out was...

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Your Estate Plan Could Help Grow – or Ruin – Your Family Fortune

Most Americans have heard the names “Rockefeller” and “Vanderbilt.” The two families are firmly embedded in American culture through academia (e.g., Vanderbilt University), real estate (e.g., Rockefeller Plaza), charitable organizations, politics, etc. The progenitors of these now-iconic names were John D. Rockefeller and Cornelius Vanderbilt. Both men enjoyed incredible success in different areas of the business world which resulted in substantial fortunes. Both men left vast sums of money to their loved ones. However, the ways in which their fortunes were distributed between descendants varied greatly, which led to two completely different outcomes that highlight just how important proper estate...

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Is Your Estate Plan Up To Date?

One of the unique services provided by InSight Law to all clients is a periodic review and update to your estate planning documents. We believe routinely reviewing and updating, as needed, these documents is extremely important to ensure they are correct, current, and legally valid. This is why InSight Law created the "Client Update" program. It is a formal review process to ensure your estate plan is current with the latest laws and estate planning techniques. InSight clients can have their documents reviewed and renewed every two years. If you are due to an estate plan update, make sure to...

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