Posts Tagged ‘Sands Anderson’

I Am Not Rich So I Don’t Need a Will and Other Estate Planning Myths

Many people draw up complicated estate plans to minimize the taxes they have to pay on their assets when they die. But people who are nowhere near the $5 million+ floor for estate taxes have very valuable reasons for having wills and trusts.

 

Do You Have Your I-9 Ducks in a Row

As of May 7, 2013, the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services will accept only the new version of the I-9 employment eligibility verification form.  You may recall that on March 7, 2013, the USCIS announced that employers should begin using the new version of the I-9 form immediately, but allowed sixty days for employers to update [...]

 

Expanding the Family Business Into the Third Generation

Conceive, Believe Achieve:  Business Success Strategy Series Expanding the Family Business Into the Third Generation Third Wednesdays, noon- 1:30 p.m. (Lunch to be provided) May 16, 2012              Expanding the Family Business Into the Third Generation.  Ensuring successful transition of a family business takes special attention to managing interpersonal relationships, succession planning, estate planning and funding. Speakers: [...]

 

I’ve Paid My Taxes, Now What?

Conceive, Believe Achieve:  Business Success Strategy Series I Paid My Taxes, Now What? Third Wednesdays, noon- 1:30 p.m. April 18, 2012             I Paid My Taxes, Now What? Five Triangle business advisors address best practices in planning for business growth in 2012.  The panel will discuss what’s notable in financing, accounting, employee management, legal and growth planning. Speakers: [...]

 

Introducing David McKenzie

We have a new litigator in our office:  David McKenzie.  His official bio will give you the facts and figures, but will not give you the true measure of the man.

 

Welcome to Our Newest Blog: Virginia Workplace Blog

We at Sands Anderson now have 11 specialty blogs. Our newest one, the Virginia Workplace Blog, went live today, with an article about whether background checks can really prevent murders in the workplace.