Critter Corner: FTC Urges Research Before Charitable Donations

Dear Hayek, I am thinking about giving charitable donations this month. I want to make sure that the charities I am choosing are legitimate and that most of the money I give goes to those in need. I also want to make sure I’m … [Read more...]

My Retirement Plan is You – Adult Children Giving Back to Their Parents in Retirement

Rebecca Danigelis, an immigrant from England, first visited the YWCA on Clarendon Street in Boston in 1978, after she attended rape counseling sessions. Five years later, she moved into a low-income apartment there with her two … [Read more...]

Should You Convert Your Traditional IRA into a Roth IRA?

Q. My husband and I are hoping to retire in five years and we’re finally ready to do our retirement planning and estate planning. We both have significant amounts in traditional IRAs and are wondering if we should consider … [Read more...]

Critter Corner: IRS Announces Contribution Limits for IRAs in 2022

Dear Hayek, I heard that the Treasury Department has announced inflation-adjusted figures for retirement account savings for 2022. It seems that contribution limits are up for workplace plans. Are they also up for Individual … [Read more...]

What Joe Namath isn’t Telling you About Medicare…

Many of you have seen the Joe Namath commercial talking about the free benefits you can get with Medicare, such as rides to medical appointments, private home aides, delivered home meals, and more. I’m happy to say that the … [Read more...]

Our Top 20 Articles of 2020

Last year (2020) was quite a year and, like most people, I am glad to see it go! Those who read our newsletter or follow our blog know that we covered a lot of ground during this challenging year. COVID-19 uprooted many areas of … [Read more...]

Happy New Year From The Farr Law Firm!

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Paycheck Protection Program Round 2: What You Should Know

Good news for small businesses—another stimulus package has been approved! The new package provides $900 billion in coronavirus relief and stimulus. Its provisions include an extension of last spring’s Paycheck Protection Program … [Read more...]

Happy Holidays from the Farr Law Firm

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The One Promise You Can’t Always Keep

When couples fall in love and get married with vows including “in sickness and in health,” they often pledge many things to one another. Certain promises seem completely reasonable when you are young and healthy, but sometimes … [Read more...]

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