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Block 9.3 Article 2.3 Transfers of Structured Settlement Payment Rights

Block 9.3  Article 2.3 Transfers of Structured Settlement Payment Rights   10136(c)(2) Defined   The Code section in italics, and then we dissect it:   10136(c) The transfer agreement shall be written in at least Read More

Tax Resolution Services That Actually Work

When dealing with tax issues, taxpayers can find themselves in a bind when trying to determine the right agency to help resolve the matter.  How do you know who to Read More

Structured Settlement Advisor

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Business Tax Planning

You ought to be engaged in business tax planning year-round, not just at the start of the year as you frantically attempt to work out what you may deduct. Business Read More

Selling Your Structured Settlement

By AFG Newswire Sept. 21, 2014 12:34 p.m.  Why Are You Selling Your Structured Settlement Payment Rights? Before the courts give you final approval of your transfer, they want to know what Read More

Structured Settlement Attorney

Structured Settlement Attorney Limited and General Civil Cases:  Determining Which is Yours Limited Civil (in California) refers to cases with claims up to $25,000, including small claims cases.  General Civil refers to Read More

Alexander Tax Defense Can Help with Your Back Taxes

Liability due to back taxes is the number one revenue source for your State as well as for the IRS.  This is how they are able to collect upon your Read More

Should everyone have a living trust?

  Should everyone have a living trust? No. Whether or not to create a trust is a personal decision. Young married couples without significant assets and without children, who intend to leave Read More

What You Must Know About Tax Preparation

The Honest to Goodness Truth on Tax Preparation Tax preparation will get a source of inconvenience for you in case you don’t have a structured strategy. When it has to do Read More

IRS Debt Can Cause Major Problems for Your Case

Lets talk about your IRS Debt. The amount of  you owe to the IRS (your IRS Debt) is an aggregate assessment of liability the Federal Government claims you owe them Read More

Voluntary Proceedings and Involuntary Proceedings

  Voluntary Proceedings Most bankruptcy petitions are voluntary. Any individual whom is eligible can be a debtor under a chapter.  Said individual may file under it. The debtor does not Read More

What can a living trust do for me?

What can a living trust do for me? It can help ensure that your assets will be managed according to your wishes — even if you become unable to manage them Read More

Working with a Tax Relief Expert Can Change the Outcome of Your Case

    Tax Relief Experts are highly skilled individuals who have a keen understanding of how to help resolve a tax issue effectively. Most Tax Professionals would like to assert Read More

Bankruptcy Administration

  The U.S. Constitution (Article I) gives Congress the exclusive power to establish “uniform Laws on the subject of Bankruptcies throughout the United States.” The Federal statute is the Bankruptcy Read More

Enforcement of a Statutory Lien

A statutory lien is enforceable only to items which the lien is legally attached. Statutes may allow the lienholder to foreclose the lien judicially and sell the property if the Read More

PG&E files for bankruptcy as California wildfire liabilities loom

SACRAMENTO (Reuters) - PG&E Corp, owner of the largest U.S. power utility, filed for bankruptcy protection on Tuesday in anticipation of liabilities in excess of $30 billion from the deadliest Read More

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