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Business Law

Take the Pain and Confusing out of Finding a Vacation Rental Property

27th June 2012
TRemember the last time you booked vacation lodging online and when you arrived at your destination you and your family looked at your accommodates in horror? It happens. But it shouldn’t. If you are looking for a vacation home, condo, cottage, cabin o...
Author: Micrositezdigital
Real Estate Law

Hiring a Real Estate Lawyer in Ottawa

03rd October 2011
Canada is a favorite place for immigrants and foreign investors. Thousands of immigrants choose to stay in Canada for many reasons: good health care system, low crime rate, abundant promising careers, and quality education. Foreign investors choose Canada...
Author: Mike Clark

What Was Ted Kennedys Estate Tax Bill

20th June 2011
There are certain restrictions for estates that are subject to the Estate Tax. Each year tax laws are updated or completely changed; therefore, estate representatives or family members are encouraged to review the new Estate Tax laws. At the current time,...
Author: Gil Forbes

Tax Liens - Land for Pennies

18th May 2011
Copyright (c) 2011 Jack Bosch When it comes to property taxes, there is a key term you need to know; tax liens. A tax lien is one method by which states and counties collect the past due taxes on property. States collect property taxes in order ...
Author: Jack Bosch
Bankruptcy Law

What are the Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Debt Limits

20th January 2011
The bankruptcy law reads that one can only file for chapter 13 bankruptcy protection if their total debt falls below the defined debt limits. Before I get distracted, let me give you the information you came for: the Arizona chapter 13 bankruptcy debt ...
Author: Arizona Bankruptcy Lawyer

Property Tax Relief

11th January 2011
The Property Tax Doctor can help the average homeowner win his rightful property tax relief. Under the common level adjustment, described above, the New Jersey's statutory standard for an acceptable property tax assessment margin of error in its calculati...
Author: Stacy Wallace
Real Estate Law

Real Estate for Beginners Residential Property Taxes

07th January 2011
When your property is under appeal the County Board of Taxation can adjust your home's value to the common level. The taxpayer should know the average ratio in the municipality where the property under appeal is located before filing a tax appeal. Remembe...
Author: Stacy Wallace

The Benefits of Tax Auctions

26th November 2010
Are you looking for a good way to earn some interest on your money? If so, it’s likely that you would have some interest in a tax lien sale. A property tax auction sells the liens on property owners’ estates if they haven’t paid their taxes. Once in delin...
Author: Brent Crouch
Real Estate Law

Property Management Issue –Hire A Property Management Company

23rd September 2010
Property is the biggest material asset a person has. If you have some properties, it is very good for your financial security. Manage your properties to make them as lucrative as possible. But managing properties is not as easy as it sounds. This is the 2...
Author: Abhay Kumar
Personal Injury

Slip and fall- Do you have a claim?

31st August 2010
Have you ever had an unfortunate fall while walking to your automobile, up a flight of steps, or on an cold parking zone? It happens on a regular basis to various people around the globe, and sometimes it creates some kind of injury. This leads to medical...
Author: Tikee Pittman

Appealing Your Property Taxes

25th August 2010
How To Request Binding Arbitration Thousands of Texas homeowners will go through the property tax appeal process this year because the appraisal district incorrectly assessed their home's value. Sometimes getting a satisfactory reduction takes some tim...
Author: Patrick O Connor

Use the Appraisal District's Information to Reduce Your Property Taxes

12th August 2010
Homeowners are amazed to learn they can obtain a copy of the appraisal district's evidence at a nominal cost. This is referred to as a House Bill 201 package, and is the only information many homeowners use to successfully reduce their property taxes. ...
Author: Patrick O Connor

Cost Segregation - Tax Deductions (Tax Rule No.1: Don’t cheat the IRS)

19th July 2010
Tax Rule No.1: Don't cheat the IRS. But that doesn't mean you should cheat yourself. Take every legal tax deduction you can. In addition to the numerous tax deductions the Internal Revenue Service allows, research indicates that most U.S. taxpayers do ...
Author: Patrick O Connor

Element of a Breach of Contract Lawsuit

31st May 2010
Breach of contract lawsuits and litigation are the recurring business disputes for a business or property owner. Before signing a contract, it is very important to understand and read each provision to make sure that one can do all the terms and condition...
Author: Laine T Wagenseller

Use the Appraisal District's Information to Reduce Your Property Taxes

10th May 2010
information many homeowners use to successfully reduce their property taxes. Obtaining a House Bill 201 package when appealing your property taxes can greatly increase your chances for a successful appeal. House Bill 201 is the term used by property ta...
Author: Patrick OConnor
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