How Long is Too Long for a CEO?

Bill Marriott Jr. sat down for an interview recently with family business consultant Andrew Keyt and the Wall Street Journal’s Kate Linebaugh. The real impulse for the article was Mr. Marriott’s decision to reach outside the family for the next chief executive officer – Arne Sorenson, the first non-family member CEO in the company’s ninety-year … Continue Reading View Full Post
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US Virgin Islands Offers Tax Incentives for Relocating Companies

By | Virgin Islands Law Blog | May 12, 2017
The U.S. Virgin Islands receives a great deal of publicity for the vitality of its tourism industry, and rightfully so—there are so many beautiful beaches, plenty of sunshine and some fascinating historical sites to check out. However, the Territory also offers some attractive incentives for businesses that relocate here. View Full Post
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2017 Pennsylvania Tax Amnesty Program

Pennsylvania’s 2017 tax amnesty program (“Amnesty Program”) is currently underway. Through June 19, 2017, qualifying taxpayers who satisfy their delinquent tax liabilities will receive abatement of all penalties and one-half of interest owed. The Amnesty Program applies to over 30 types of taxes administered by the Pennsylvania Department of Revenue. View Full Post
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MFT Complaint: Canceled and Performed Contract Accounts

The next claim made in the Missouri State Board Complaint against the Missouri Funeral Trust is that the program is holding funds for preneed contracts that have either been serviced or canceled.   The Complaint cites Section 436.456 as legally requiring the MFT trustee to distribute an account’s funds when it receives documentation that the contract has been canceled or performed. View Full Post
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