Questions? (800) 686-0440

Recent News and Updates

First 1 2 3 4 5 [6] 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 ... Last 

Rules Relaxed on Tax Payments, but Not Tax Filing

By Clint Leibolt   |  March 19, 2020

On top of the other problems presented by COVID-19, Americans are also facing the dreaded tax deadline of April 15, 2020. Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin recently said that the IRS will allow the postponement, without interest or penalty, of up to $1 million worth of federal income tax payments until July 15, 2020.

Coronavirus Relief Bill Signed

By Robert Gorman   |  March 19, 2020

On March 18, 2020, President Trump signed the Families First Coronavirus Response Act, which provides two significant benefits for employees and a corresponding tax credit for employers. The law will go into effect April 1, 2020, and will remain in effect until December 31, 2020. The law addresses emergency paid sick leave and emergency family medical leave.

Bob Gorman and Kim Hall are guests of Wooster Chamber in COVID-19 Q&A for area businesses

March 18, 2020

Critchfield attorneys Bob Gorman and Kim Hall partnered with the Wooster Area Chamber of Commerce for a roundtable discussion of the issues faced by employers during the Coronavirus pandemic.

Keywords: coronavirus, covid-19

Hope is not a Strategy: Preparing Your Business for Coronavirus

By Robert Gorman   |  March 12, 2020

As the world comes to grips with the Coronavirus (officially named COVID-19), employers are considering the potential impact upon their workplaces. Although Ohio has no confirmed cases of Coronavirus at this point, area employers have been affected by world-wide supply chains and restrictions on travel.

John Waltman Honored for Fifty Years of Bar Membership

February 25, 2020

Congratulations to CCJ attorney John Waltman on his 50 years as a member of the Ohio bar!

Keywords: john waltman

What is a Fair Payment for a Pipeline Easement?

By Eric Michener   |  February 19, 2020

Rather than viewing the proposed payment as a final offer, you should consider the initial offer as a starting point in negotiations and bargain for the best deal possible.

The Truth about the Medicaid Spend-Down: You Don’t need to “Lose” all of Your Assets to the Rest Home

By Nicole Hawks   |  February 5, 2020

Looking to protect your assets as you age? It is never too late (or too early!) to start planning. Whether you are being proactive as you enter retirement or are responding to a crisis (such as a fall, stroke, or diagnosis), there is planning that can be done to help PROTECT your hard-earned assets.

Big Changes for Your Retirement Planning - The New "Secure Act"

By James Lanham   |  January 27, 2020

If you have designated a trust as your retirement plan (including IRAs) beneficiary, please contact your Critchfield attorney to have your trust reviewed for compatibility with the new Secure Act provisions.

Medicare Rates—What You Need to Know to Avoid Overpayment

By Nicole Hawks   |  January 8, 2020

Did you know there are income brackets for Medicare? There are, and the brackets are NOT identical to income tax brackets. Attorney Nicole Hawks shares insights into the Medicare bracket system and strategies for avoiding a bump into a higher bracket for both single and married seniors.

TechCred Application Open Through January

January 6, 2020

Workforce development remains one of industry's biggest challenges in Ohio. In order to assist our clients with meeting this challenge, the attorneys at CCJ want to be sure our clients are aware of a program offered by the State of Ohio.

Keywords: ohio techcred
First 1 2 3 4 5 [6] 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 ... Last 

This blog is for informational and educational purposes only. It does not constitute legal advice, and is not intended to create an attorney-client relationship. Further, your use of this blog does not create an attorney-client relationship. Online readers should not act upon any information presented on this blog without seeking professional legal counsel. The legal information provided in this blog is general and should not be relied on as legal advice, which CCJ attorneys cannot provide without full consideration of all relevant information relating to one’s individual situation.