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Succession Planning

Reprinted with permission from the California Dept. of Real Estate It’s never too early or too late to start your succession planning. While there are multiple aspects of your company that may need planning should you want to retire, such as legal and tax...

Accepting Cash Payments in Your Business

By Pam Sosa Does your business accept cash payments? If so, the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN) wants to know! Laws recently passed by Congress have increased the requirements for reporting cash payments in an effort to trace money being laundered and...

Short Term Rentals Under Attack!

By Branden D. Kartchner, Esq. In the past several years, property owners renting their homes as short-term rentals have become commonplace. Short-term vacation rental companies such as Airbnb and VRBO have become popular with all walks of life including tourists,...

The Importance of Contingency in Construction Budgeting

By Marcus CarterLas Mesa Fund Control & Escrow, Inc. Introduction: When evaluating a prospective loan for a new construction project, lenders must consider multiple factors, with one of the most crucial being the construction budget. It is essential to assess the...

California AB 1033 – an ADU Game-Changer

By Kathryn Moorer, Esq. Wright, Finlay & Zak, LLP & T. Robert Finlay, Esq. Wright, Finlay & Zak, LLP You may have read or heard a lot about Accessory Dwelling Units or ADUs (also colloquially known as Mother-in Law Suites) recently as building restrictions...