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New Hampshire real estate transfer tax primer - include your legal and tax ... - New England Real Estate Journal Online

New Hampshire real estate transfer tax primer - include your legal and tax ... - New England Real Estate Journal Online | Alfano Law Office | Scoop.it
The New England Real Estate Journal is the largest commercial real estate news source in the United States. Covering commercial real estate companies, people, and deals in Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, and Vermont.
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Money Matters: Estate-planning tips for singles

Recently you may have read about James Gandolfini's estate planning and thought that is only for the rich and famous, but this isn't true. Everyone needs to ...
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Cate Street CEO: I don't have a bank account or stake in GNP, Thermogen - Insurance News Net

Cate Street CEO: I don't have a bank account or stake in GNP, Thermogen - Insurance News Net | Alfano Law Office | Scoop.it
Cate Street CEO: I don't have a bank account or stake in GNP, Thermogen
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In the July 2013 deposition, Halle said estate planning guided some decisions about how his and his wife's assets are managed and structured.
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NH: Lawmakers should let voters decide if they want communities to invest in broadband | SentinelSource.com

NH: Lawmakers should let voters decide if they want communities to invest in broadband | SentinelSource.com | Alfano Law Office | Scoop.it

A report this week by Sentinel staffer Kaitlin Mulhere highlighted how inequities in Internet access can put students in rural areas academically behind their well-connected peers.

 

As more classes, textbooks and school curricula incorporate material from the World Wide Web, access to reliable Internet in school and at home broadens the educational gap between the “haves” and the “have nots,” Mulhere reported.

 

And in an increasingly connected business world, Internet access isn’t just an educational issue. It’s economic, too.

 

Fortunately, in-roads have been made to linking some Monadnock Region communities to a fiber-optic broadband network thanks to the Fast Roads project. A federal stimulus grant funded initiative laid a backbone of fiber-optic broadband — a so-called “middle mile” — through 22 communities in the western part of the state. The network includes 220 hubs where the network can be expanded into rural communities including Fitzwilliam, Gilsum, Marlow, Richmond, Rindge and Swanzey.

 

But despite this advancement in the region, an onerous state law restricting municipal investment in broadband infrastructure could stand in the way of expansion into many of the rural communities that need it most.

 

Here’s how: While Rindge was one of two towns along the Fast Roads network selected to get “last mile” linkage to 1,300 businesses and residents, expansion into other communities hinges on whether local Internet service providers decide to invest in linking them to the network.

 

In areas where companies determine that investing in expansion isn’t worthwhile, municipalities often find their hands tied because state law does not allow communities to take out municipal bonds for broadband access if there’s a private company operating in the community. That means if a town has even a small pocket of coverage by a telecommunication company, it can’t get funding to pay for expansion to the rest of its residents and businesses.

 

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U.S. Bank Wealth Management Insights: Top 10 estate planning considerations

Sally Mullen, Chief Fiduciary Officer of The Private Client Reserve of U.S. Bank, highlights the top 10 estate planning considerations. For more information:...
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Shedding light on corporate successor liability - New Hampshire Business Review

Shedding light on corporate successor liability - New Hampshire Business Review | Alfano Law Office | Scoop.it
New Hampshire Business Review Shedding light on corporate successor liability New Hampshire Business Review Depending on your point of view, corporate successor liability is either the bane of a company that buys assets or a strong protection for a...
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NH House’s ‘Weakened’ Anti-Bullying Law Rejected By Senate

NH House’s ‘Weakened’ Anti-Bullying Law Rejected By Senate | Alfano Law Office | Scoop.it

New Hampshire's Senate voted unanimously on Wednesday to reject changes to the state's anti-bullying law that received strong support from the House.


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New Hampshire Business Lawyer | Commercial Real Estate Law | Tax Abatement | Estate Planning Attorney | Concord New Hampshire

New Hampshire Business Lawyer | Commercial Real Estate Law | Tax Abatement | Estate Planning Attorney | Concord New Hampshire | Alfano Law Office | Scoop.it
Alfano Law Office in Concord NH is an experienced commercial, real estate and business law firm offering legal services to individuals, businesses and institutions in New Hampshire.
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