The Inflation Reduction Act: What Does It Contain?

It’s one of the most sweeping and most controversial bills passed in recent years. There’s a lot of confusion about what it will and will not do. Click through for a quick summary of the main provisions to see how it may affect you.

Will My Noncompete Agreement Hold Water?

When employees take a new job, they may be asked to sign a noncompete agreement, restricting them from engaging in activities with rival businesses. Click through to find out the details and see just how these agreements work and what their limits are.

Your Business Value Is All About Human Capital

If you think about your employees as cogs in a wheel rather than as individuals, you may be sabotaging the value of your business. Click through to get a fresh look at your staff that will help you take your company to the next level.

Capital Gains: Know the Basics

In the investing world, the term “capital gains” comes up a lot. But what does it really mean, and what are its implications? Click through for an introduction to the tax and finance rules surrounding capital gains.

What Are the Top Trust Errors?

Do you want to transfer your assets as efficiently and effectively as possible? Estate planners often suggest a trust — but it can get complicated. Click through to learn about the potential pitfalls in setting up a trust.

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