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  • Worker is secretly reclassified as a contractor

    Dear Liz: I just received my tax forms from my employer for last year. I was originally a W-2 employee, paid hourly, as a receptionist. But it seems that at some point during the year, my employer changed me to a 1099 employee without telling me or having...
  • Gift tax return should be filed when parents give house to child

    Dear Liz: In 2007, my parents signed over their house deed to my name. Does this trigger the gift tax? They never filled out a gift tax form. Is it too late? Dad has passed on but Mom is still with us. She has Alzheimer's disease, and I have her power...
  • Measure to protect health workers clears both chambers

    Measure to protect health workers clears both chambers
    Legislation aimed at reducing acts of violence against health-care workers is poised for final passage in Annapolis. Identical bills have passed the House and Senate that would require health-care facilities to conduct an annual risk assessment and...
  • Column unfair to good nursing homes

    I was disappointed to see the Sun Sentinel publish the column by Brian Lee, "Proposed lawsuit protections for nursing homes unneeded," which so maliciously disparages the care being delivered in our state's nursing homes. Mr. Lee throws around terms...
  • Hall of Fame honors volunteers who are a big help in Broward

    Rose Manni helps prepare Thanksgiving baskets for the needy and arranges Christmas gifts for the desperate. The 90-year-old Lighthouse Point woman even helps chop, stir and cook monthly church meals for the homeless — and makes personally sure the...
  • Four Nursing Homes Fined, One For Abuse Of A Resident

    The state Department of Public Health has fined four nursing homes more than $1,000 each for one case of physical abuse and incidents that left residents with cuts, bruises and a broken bone. On Jan. 23, Arden House in Hamden was fined $1,020 in...
  • Emmett Reed: Nursing home legislation will protect key resources

    We all want our loved ones to get the very best care when they no longer can live on their own and instead need the care that only a nursing home can provide.  This year, Florida has the opportunity to pass legislation that helps accomplish just that....
  • Harford assisted living facility ordered to pay family of former resident $710,000

    An assisted living care facility in Forest Hill has been ordered to pay $710,000 to the family of a former resident, who the plaintiffs claim was neglected by staff for several hours prior to her death two years ago. The Estate of Marie Brockmeyer and...
  • People with disabilities caught in Virginia health care impasse

    People with disabilities caught in Virginia health care impasse
    The standoff between the state Senate and House of Delegates over health coverage for the poor has another, extremely vulnerable, group caught in the cross hairs: people with intellectual disabilities hoping to tap a Medicaid program that pays for...
  • Feinberg Real Estate Advisors, KW Commercial join forces, and other company news

    Feinberg Real Estate Advisors, KW Commercial in joint venture Feinberg Real Estate Advisors and KW Commercial recently announced they are joining forces to provide clients and prospects with national exposure. The venture will also provide Feinberg...
  • With careful planning, you can keep long-term care costs under control

    The cost to receive long-term care continues to increase each year, according to the 2013 Genworth Cost of Care Survey. In the 10 years that Genworth has conducted its annual study, the median annual cost of a room in a private nursing home has jumped...