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Washington’s new long-term care payroll tax. What is it for and how much will it cost? Starting January 1, 2022, employees in Washington State will begin paying a new payroll tax of 0.58% of their wages, unless they opt out by purchasing a long-term care insurance...
This time last year COVID-19 shut down the NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Tournament, aka March Madness. Now, not only is March Madness back, but new ways to get in on the action are on the horizon. Nationally, the legalization of “sports wagering” has become a hot-topic, as twenty-five states and Washington D.C. have opened legalized sports bets to more than 146 million people. So, what is the current state of sports wagering in Washington and Idaho?
We’re excited to announce Aaron Dunham is now a “partner” in our firm. But what does “partner” mean in a law firm?
Today, it means different things depending on what law firm you are talking about. From TV shows you would think that means the lawyer has arrived – the attorney will be living a lavish lifestyle, making the big bucks, going out to expensive dinners and making all the younger attorneys do the work.
A look at our history
We are all shaped by our history. WHC’s history began with Jamie Wolff who entered the legal profession after running his own real estate brokerage for several years. In 2002 his son, Scott Hislop, joined him after serving a tour of duty in the United States Army as a Judge Advocate General Corps officer. Scott and Jamie continued to practice in the areas of business, real estate and estate planning. In 2015, Brad Crockett joined the firm to provide additional litigation experience to clients in those areas.
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