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In New York, an agent designated in a durable POA can only act on the principal’s behalf after he or she signs the power of attorney in front of two adult witnesses, and a notary public.  The language included in the document must also meet certain statutory requirements....

Spousal refusal is a legal Medicaid planning strategy in New York. Spousal refusal, also known as “just say no,” is when a non-applicant, or “community” spouse of a long-term care Medicaid applicant refuses to assist with the cost of long-term care for their spouse....

A power of attorney (POA) is a legal document that provides a trusted individual (known as the agent or attorney-in-fact) with the authority to act for another person (the principal). ...

The FBAR (Report of Foreign Bank and Financial Accounts) is a form that the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) requires U.S. taxpayers with certain foreign bank accounts to file, wherever they may live—at home or abroad (“expatriates” or “Expats”)....

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