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New Year, Same Pandemic

As we begin 2021, we are still faced with Covid-19 affecting every part of our lives.  While hope is on the horizon as vaccines are being produced and distributed, we must continue to proceed thoughtfully as we face these challenges. Besides the changes that the vaccine will bring, there are several important updates from the…READ MORE

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Military Dependent Support Requirements

If your spouse (or child’s parent) is on active duty in the US military, you may be able to seek support through the military.  Each service has implemented dependent support guidelines that provide different levels of support for military dependents.  The Navy’s Dependent Support Guidelines provide generous support amounts for dependent spouses and children (that…READ MORE

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Montgomery County Restaurant Relief Grant Program

For those of you who own restaurants in Montgomery County, Maryland, the County Council has approved an $8-million state-funded Restaurant Relief Grant Program.  Grants of up to $10,000 will be awarded to eligible restaurants, food trucks, caterers, wineries and breweries and similar entities that directly provide food service. Applications open Friday, November 20, 2020, and…READ MORE

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As A Maryland Employer, What Do The New COVID-19 Restrictions Mean For My Employees?

As the United States (and many parts of the world) experiences a new rise in Covid-19 cases, Maryland Governor Hogan, by Executive Order, and Montgomery County have implemented new restrictive orders, effective November 10th, to strive to flatten the curve.  These orders will affect many businesses throughout the state and will likely impact your actions…READ MORE

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Maryland Governor and Montgomery County Executive Impose New Covid Restrictions on Many Local Businesses

Effective November 10, Governor Hogan, by Executive Order, has imposed or restored certain Covid restrictions against the ability of Maryland businesses to fully operate.  The Governor’s Order also allows counties to impose more restrictive regulations: Montgomery County did just that by imposing a more restrictive regulation (also effective November 10). Both Orders primarily limit business…READ MORE

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Gearing up for Year-End Charitable Solicitations

The end-of-year giving cycle can make or break the revenue projections for nonprofits which rely on donor gifts to support valuable programming and staffing. Given a tumultuous and unpredictable year, which has disrupted office routines and sometimes re-focused efforts to “critical” work, it is even more important that your organization comply with state charitable giving…READ MORE

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