Virginia’s Motor Vehicle Warranty Enforcement Act set forth in Virginia Code § 59.1-207.9, et. seq. is also known as Virginia’s Motor Vehicle Lemon Law.
As this article is being written, spring has just sprung and the annual rite of “talk about tax reform” has begun on Capitol Hill.
On January 1, 2013, Congress passed the 2012 Taxpayer Relief Act (TRA), which President Obama quickly signed into law on January 2.
With the new year, many people begin to explore new business opportunities.
In my article last month, I discussed general tax considerations in making gifts. Here we touch on a specialized situation—gifts to minors. There are a number of non-tax factors that encourage gifts to minors.
Most real estate purchase contracts provide an opportunity for the purchaser to conduct due diligence investigations between the time the contract is signed and the closing occurs.
Nontax motivations are, or should be, the main impetus to make gifts.
Employers can be very selective in their hiring these days. They exercise this selectivity by screening applicants with reference checks, background checks, medical examinations, and drug tests, among other inquiries.
Anyone considering the purchase or construction of a new residence or an addition or renovation of an existing residence should be interested in the warranties that may apply to the new home or construction.