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Commercial Tenants

A triple net lease in New Jersey is a type of commercial lease structure where the tenant pays the base rent plus the property's insurance policy, property taxes, and maintenance and repair expenses. The tenant is responsible for the property's operating expenses and the landlord is solely responsible for the building's structural maintenance costs.

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1099 Season

According to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), all payments of $600 or more made to an independent contractor or unincorporated business must be reported on a 1099 form. This includes payments made for services, such as consulting, freelancing, and other business activities.

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Chinese New Year

Chinese New Year 2023 falls on Sunday, January 22nd, 2023, , starting a year of the Rabbit, and celebrations culminate with the Lantern Festival on February 5th, 2023.

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Nursing Home Injuries

Nursing home neglect is a type of elder abuse committed against older adults in assisted living facilities. Neglect involves poor care or a failure to provide a person with the care and services necessary to ensure freedom from harm or pain.

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To Trust Or Not To Trust

Generally, if a family has a significant amount of assets (i.e., $12M+), or special family circumstances, it is recommended that they create a living trust in addition to a will. A living trust is a legal document that can be used to manage your assets during your lifetime and transfer them to your beneficiaries after your death without going through the probate process.

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Coaching Liability For Player Safety

New Jersey's Little League Law provides partial civil immunity protection to volunteer athletic coaches, managers, or officials for non-profit sports teams who have attended a "safety orientation and training skills program."

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Paying An Estate's Medical Bills

If the estate can't afford the medical bills of the deceased, the creditors generally write it off. In some cases, the estate may have to sell some assets to cover the debt. If the estate is insolvent, the court will prioritize payments to creditors according to federal and state laws, and some creditors may receive partial payments or nothing at all.

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Pregnancy Discrimination

Pregnancy discrimination in the workplace refers to any form of discrimination based on an employee's pregnancy, childbirth, or related medical condition. This includes discriminatory treatment in terms of hiring, promotion, job assignments, training, benefits, and/or termination.

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Requesting Public Records

The Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) was passed in 1966 and gave citizens the right to access federal government records. States also have their own FOIAs in place and access to local records is usually governed by state laws.

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Suicide Resources

If you are in crisis and need immediate assistance, you can call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK (8255) in the United States. This service is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Additionally, “988” is the three-digit, nationwide phone number to connect directly to the 988 Suicide and Crisis Lifeline.

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