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North Carolina’s New Uniform Power of Attorney Act

Effective January 1, 2018, North Carolina adopted a new Uniform Power of Attorney Act (the "Act") that is codified in Chapter 32C of the North Carolina General Statutes.  The new Act addresses the creation, execution, and termination of a financial power of attorney ("POA"), and makes sweeping changes to the old Act with the goal of making it easier for the agent to manage the principal's affairs. Arguably one of the most significant changes to the statute is the filing requirement.  Under ...
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2017 Federal Income Tax Update

2017 Federal Income Tax Update (PDF)

Bouncing Your Last Check: Does Death Really Put an End to Your Debts?

Bouncing Your Last Check: Does Death Really Put an End to Your Debts? (PDF)

Buyer & Seller Beware: Navigating Business Purchase Agreements

Buyer & Seller Beware: Navigating Business Purchase Agreements (PDF)

The CPA’s Role in Business Litigation: Legal Duties and Practical Considerations

The CPA's Role in Business Litigation: Legal Duties and Practical Considerations (PDF)

Padlocking the Piggy Bank: 529 Plans, UTMA, and 2503(c) Trust Options

Padlocking the Piggy Bank: 529 Plans, UTMA, and 2503(c) Trust Options (PDF)

Estate Planning: Like Fire Insurance – Ensuring the Best in Case of the Worst

Estate Planning: Like Fire Insurance - Ensuring the Best in Case of the Worst (PDF)

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