A 529 plan allows a parent, grandparent, other family member, friend or any other person to establishment a savings account for the benefit of any other person of any age who plans to attend elementary, secondary school and/or college regardless of the donor’s income.
Nine years ago we posted this article to the Ohio Family Law Blog. It has been a popular one and has stood the test of time. For more information, Attorney Joseph E. Balmer’s free Ebook “The Four Basics of Ohio Estate Planning” is available to download on our website.
Eviction rules in Ohio. a primer. Should one get into the landlord-tenant business, one will probably, at some point, have to deal with evicting a tenant.
Should one get into the landlord-tenant business and stick with it long enough, one will probably, at some point, have to deal with evicting a tenant in Ohio. With respect to this eviction area, there are certain basic rules that
Fraudulent tax return preparers are back! Tips On How To Avoid Fraudulent Tax Preparers With this being tax season, the Federal Justice Department urges the public to look out for and avoid fraudulent tax preparers who illegally swindle both their