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2018 TAX CHANGES AND THEIR IMPACT ON YOUR BUSINESS

As businesses gear up to file their returns for the 2018 tax year, they will feel the full impact of the tax law changes implemented by Congress in December 2017. While the tax bill is projected

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PART II: ADVANCE DIRECTIVES IN NORTH CAROLINA

In part one of our three-part estate planning series, we discussed how to provide for the disposition of property upon death, with a particular emphasis on the importance of testamentary wills

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Health Care Power Of Attorney Provider For Cancer Patients In Need

Partnership with Cancer Services of the TriadJanuary 29, 2019 – Roberta King Latham and the team at Bennett Guthrie Latham, PLLC, in Winston-Salem, North Carolina are partnering with Cancer Services

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LOVE IS IN THE AIR

Part I: Disposition of PropertyIt is estimated that nearly 60% of adults in the United States have never completed a will to address where their property will go when they die. Of course, sitting

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Bennett Guthrie Latham, PLLC serves as Gold Sponsor for Winston-Salem Ambassadors’ annual meeting

January 25, 2019 – The law firm of Bennett Guthrie Latham, PLLC was proud to serve as the Gold Sponsor at the second annual meeting of the Winston-Salem Ambassadors, which was held on January

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Are Your Background Checks Putting Your Company At Risk?

Keeping up to date with today’s changing business climate is essential to maintaining a productive and competitive business. Likewise, understanding employment laws and regulations is imperative

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What is Workers’ Compensation Insurance & Am I required to carry it?

Workers’ Compensation is a statutory claims system established by Chapter 97 of the North Carolina General Statutes, also known as the Workers’ Compensation Act. The purpose of Workers’ Compensation

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NORTH CAROLINA WORKERS’ COMPENSATION: A CRASH COURSE

Business owners face numerous hurdles as they strive to be successful in their fields. Whether it is difficulty obtaining adequate capital, issues with employees, trouble reaching the target market,

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NORTH CAROLINA SUPREME COURT AMENDS THE RULES OF APPELLATE PROCEDURE

On December 19, 2018, the North Carolina Supreme Court issued several amendments to the North Carolina Rules of Appellate Procedure—which are set to take effect on January 1, 2019. The amendments

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