Andrew Zashin writes about law for the Cleveland Jewish News. He is a co-managing partner with Zashin & Rich Co., LPA, with offices in Cleveland and Columbus.

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Following the birth of my daughter, my spouse and I began looking at college tuition rates and anxiously saying to one another, “if college is expensive now, imagine how expensive it will be in 18 years.” This “sticker shock” led me to research, and eventually open, one of the most commonly …

Since March of this year, I have received a steady stream of short, comical videos my friends created and crafted with the assistance of the social media app TikTok. I assumed this new directorial hobby was the spawn of quarantine boredom and would quickly fizzle out along with the app itsel…

When Congress passed the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security Act in late March, media attention focused primarily upon newly-created stimulus funds and expanded unemployment benefits. As a result, the CARES Act also temporarily expanded the tax benefits associated with charitable c…

The High Holy Days season is one where the Jewish people take stock, look forward and move forward. We do tzuva, or repent. That word literally means to return. We return to ourselves in order to remove the blockages that hold us back from improving ourselves spiritually, becoming the people of which we are capable and aspire to become.