202003.20
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Unemployment, COVID-19, and You

If you become unemployed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the State of Connecticut advises that you file for unemployment benefits. It is important to note that the start dates for claims are the Sunday of the week you submit your application for benefits. Under regular circumstances, a requirement for unemployment includes a Work Search requirement,…

201701.16
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New Year, New Laws

Many new CT laws and provisions of existing laws will become effective January 1, 2017. You can find the entire list of new laws and provisions at https://www.cga.ct.gov/asp/aearchives/20170101ActsEffective.asp . Included in this list are pertinent changes such as: Per Public Act Number 14-1, Connecticut’s minimum wage will be $10.10 effective January 1, 2017. This is…

201405.01
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Debt Collectors can be so rude!

We have probably all, at one point or another, been in a situation where a debt collector calls us out of the blue.  Maybe you owe your cable company some money or your hospital bill didn’t get paid on time.  When the phone rings, you want to cringe! You answer the call and there it is…

201405.01
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I’m Selling My House, What Is My First Step?

in Advice, FAQ

Whether you have decided to move for business or personal reason, it is one of the most stressful times of anyone’s life.  Before you get too stressed to see straight, take a deep breathe!  Resolve to make this endeavor a positive exerience!  Your first step should be to surround yourself with experienced professionals. 1. Choose…