Category : Taxes : Business & Finance

How Does Bankruptcy Affect Divorce?

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The myriad financial pressures that accompany the breakup of a marriage often drives one or both parties to the brink of bankruptcy. Attorney fees, child support and new living expenses can quickly create a situation where a party to a divorce case cannot afford to pay his bills, including his most

House Rent Laws

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Whether you rent a home from a landlord or rent a home to a tenant, you have specific rights and obligations under the law. Every state has its own set of landlord-tenant laws, so you should know your rights and obligations in case there is a dispute.

There is Always Tax Help Available

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Have you found yourself having to deal with tax problems such as owing far too much in back taxes or not understanding what you need to do to deal with federal income taxes? If this is something that you have been dealing with you need to realize that there is always Tax Problem Help available to yo

Rules on Filing Separate Taxes

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The Internal Revenue Service offers married couples the option of filing their federal tax returns together as a joint return or separately. IRS Tax Tip 2011-09 recommends that you determine which filing status option results in the lowest tax obligation. Understanding the rules associated with the

Taxation on Foreclosures

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The 2007 mortgage crunch and the recession that followed lead to drastic reductions in house prices. Many houses were worth much less than the outstanding mortgage loans on them. Many people were rendered jobless or took pay cuts and were consequently unable to meet their mortgage loan obligations.

W-4 Tax Withholding Questions

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Your employer uses the IRS' Form W-4 to calculate the amount of taxes he needs to withhold with each of your paychecks. The higher the amount of deductions you claim, for children and other reasons, the lower the amount your employer takes from your paycheck. The withheld money is put...