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Q: My real estate taxes have gone up each year and are much higher than that of my neighbor. What is going on? A: The tax rates in both Nassau and Suffolk County have increased each year because … more
Q: I’ve been employed as an accountant with a municipality in Suffolk County for the past 8 years. I recently received notice that the municipality is seeking my termination for misconduct … more
Q: I’ve been reading a lot lately about a 2% tax cap which the State has imposed on local governments and school districts. But my taxes aren’t going down? What is this all about? A: … more
Q: We planned on buying a home in a particular school district, but the sale fell through and we are still in our old home. Our children have already started school in … more
Q: I suspect that one of my employees is planning to leave my company and either go with another company which is in the same business as mine, or start his own business in … more
Q: My son is in the second grade and receiving special education services from our school district. I have just been sent a notice by my school district that we are having an “annual … more
Q: Our company is a tenant in a commercial space and recently received a “notice to cure” from its landlord. The notice claims that we are in violation of certain non-monetary obligations … more
Q. Our business has devoted a great deal of time, money and resources in developing unique and competitive internal operations and methods and in building special customer relationships and … more
Q: My husband is a firefighter who was recently injured on the job while fighting a fire.  He doesn’t think he is entitled to any monetary compensation … more
Q: I own a business in Eastern Long Island and recently received a notice from a bankrupt company that we haven’t done business with in years, demanding money and … more
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