Monthly Archives: November 2010

The Hard Times of a Small Fish

My mother wound up in the hospital (she’s out and doing well, thank you).  I flew down to Miami as my sister flew up to Chicago for business.  Annie and I are sort of a “tag team”.  The hospital is … Continue reading

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Women in Divorce – Disengaging From The Conflict

I suppose I’m not surprised that many of my clients are divorced or about to be.  I heard a statistic that 50% of marriages in America end in divorce.  That’s terribly sad, especially when you consider the effect on children.  … Continue reading

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Small Business Jobs Act of 2010

Health Insurance for the Self-Employed Health insurance for the self-employed became a little more valuable, albeit only for 2010.  A provision in the recently enacted Small Business Jobs Act of 2010 allows health insurance costs for self-employed individuals (Schedule C … Continue reading

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