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Business Law

Set Up a Company in UK

11th March 2011
Did you know that UK sees more than 350,000 new company registrations every year? This tiny island also has more than 2.5 million registered companies. Clearly, there are many reasons that contribute to the great popularity of the UK as a business locatio...
Author: Ingress
Business Law

The Tax Cuts of 2010 - Good News for Businesses

03rd February 2011
Do you own a business? Are you wondering how your company is affected by the Tax Relief, Unemployment Insurance Reauthorization, and Job Creation Act of 2010- aka the Obama Tax Cuts? If so, read on. We explain how your business can benefit from the new...
Author: bauerevans

Federal Solar Tax Credits

27th July 2010
Federal Solar Tax Credits Extended through 2016 for Off-Grid and Grid tie Systems! On Wednesday, October 1, 2008, the Emergency Economic Stabilization Act of 2008 was signed. This act is very good news for solar customers since it contains to renewable...
Author: Marty Perdew

Minnesota's Ignition Interlock Program

24th May 2010
Minnesotans arrested for driving while impaired (DWI) will now be required to have an alcohol ignition interlock installed on their vehicle to reduce the revocation period. This is an additional costly consequence for DWI offenders. Its greatest negative ...
Author: Robert Palmer
Immigration Law

Utilizing a "Do It Yourself" Kit For Processing a Fiancee Visa

14th April 2010
This article exposes some of the myths associated with the US visa process and the use of "Do It Yourself" Kits by those seeking either a fiance visa or a marriage visa for an alien fiance or spouse. American Immigration is an extremely complex area of...
Author: US Visa Lawyer

Homebuyer Tax Credit Extension & Expansion

23rd December 2009
Okay, so I know that many of you homebuyers were frantic whether or not you were going to find a home in time to utilize the first time homebuyers tax credit. The new legislation that was passed, pushed this tax credit to April of 2010. President Ob...
Author: Housing Assist of America

Tax Implications of the Affordable Health Care for America Act

02nd December 2009
The U.S. House of Representatives recently passed HR3962: the Affordable Health Care for America Act of 2009. The legislation is thousands of pages long, making it difficult for regular taxpayers to understand how the bill will affect them. Tax Penalt...
Author: Roni Deutch

Arizona divorce law may punish adulterers again

07th June 2009
PHEONIX -- Last week, the media reported that conservative state lawmakers in West Virginia were pushing new legislation to deny spousal support to divorcing spouses who'd committed infidelity. Now, Arizona Family Law has jumped on the bandwagon too. Rep...
Author: Josh D. Simon

6 Ways to Challenge An Insurer's Denial of Your (Late) Notice of Claim

01st September 2008
Copyright (c) 2008 Law Offices of Jonathan Cooper In our prior article entitled "5 Rules to Succeed in Filing an Insurance Claim," we provided tips to avoid some of the insurance industry's favorite gambits for denying rightful claims, including the in...
Author: Jonathan Cooper