Mileage Rates for 2012 – Tax Deduction

Part of estate planning is making sure you have an estate to plan!  This means making a habit being intentional about your daily financial spending, money management, and recordkeeping. You are probably aware that you can deduct mileage on your federal Read More

Estate Planning – Atlanta Georgia and Charleston South Carolina

Hindson & Melton LLC, is a premiere Charleston and Atlanta area provider of estate planning, wills, trusts, and probate administration legal services. Our firm offers a full range of estate-planning instruments and services for individuals and families interested in preserving their own, or their parents’ Read More

Directions to Hindson & Melton Charleston Office

Directions to Hindson & Melton Charleston Office DIRECTIONS TO: 171 Church Street, Suite 160, The Franke Building, Charleston, SC  29401 — LOCATED IN DOWNTOWN CHARLESTON, ON CHURCH STREET IN THE FRANKE BUILDING, ACROSS THE STREET FROM TOMMY CONDON’S RESTAURANT, BETWEEN CUMBERLAND STREET AND MARKET STREET, HALF A Read More

South Carolina Government Contracts Information and Opportunities

Government contracts law firm Hindson & Melton LLC  can assist your South Carolina business with government contracts legal matters.  Contact us for more information or to schedule an appointment.  We also work with state and local agencies on procurement matters on a contract basis. There Read More

What are SCRA and SC Launch?

“SCRA is a non-stock, tax-exempt corporation delivering technology-based solutions which resolve complex client problems.  SCRA delivers solutions through its core domain competencies and by building and managing collaborations of government, industry, and university experts.  SCRA-led teams apply research and innovation Read More

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