When we think about estate planning, we generally focus on our family and friends, but what about our pets that may outlive us?
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Originally founded by Ron Clark in 1988, Clark, Campbell, Lancaster & Munson, P.A. has grown steadily as a result of our commitment to recruiting and retaining talented, hard-working, and caring attorneys and staff, to being dedicated to giving back to our community, to providing our clients with professional, timely, and quality legal services, and, generally, to provide excellent, responsive, and result-oriented services to our clients. We strive to keep our clients informed and involved and are proud to have developed long-term relationships with our clients.
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Do you have a collection that you wish to sell? If so, the IRS may determine that your collection is composed of “collectibles” and apply a 28% capital gains tax rate to any gain you may acquire from the sale of your collection. Generally, for most taxpayers, the capital gains tax rate is 15%.
By: Clark, Campbell, Lancaster & Munson, P.A. Q: Can an employer restrict or prohibit an employee from competing with the employer once the employee’s employment has ended? Employees, under Florida law, are limited in their ability to compete with their employer while employed by the employer because employees owe their employer a duty of loyalty. However, […]
Do you have a hobby that has become profitable on eBay, Etsy, or social media? If so, the IRS may consider your hobby a business, and certain income tax consequences may result.
Q: What type of medical conditions can be treated by medical marijuana in Florida?
Q: What are the general requirements for the Federal Historic Tax Credit?
Q: I recently downloaded a mobile app without reading the Terms of Service. What concerns should I have?
Q: Do I have to design my business’s website or mobile app to be accessible by individuals with disabilities?
Q: Can my business get in trouble for sharing third-party content on its website and social media page?
Q: Can a homeowner’s association foreclose on me even when I have a mortgage?