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Minimising Tax Liability On Death

19th July 2010
Once we die, the majority of us leave behind a fairly substantial and intricate web of liabilities and assets, which includes money, our residence and our other belongings. For most jurisdictions, there occurs a liability to tax on death that must defini...
Author: Marty Rusell
Estate Planning

Top Things to Know about Estate Planning

05th July 2010
"Life lives, life dies. Life laughs, life cries. Life gives up and life tries. But life looks different through everyones eyes." Anonymous. Someone once famously said, "Everyone dies, but not everyone lives." If you are fortunate enough to have "lived...
Author: Jim Knight
Bankruptcy Law

Filing for bankruptcy is a viable option

16th April 2010
Declaring bankruptcy is considered to be a bad thing. It is looked down upon as a sign of weakness. We have been conditioned into thinking about bankruptcy as the last resort. We have been told to avoid filing for bankruptcy because of the future effects ...
Author: Paul Collingwood
Estate Planning

Is a Las Vegas Estate Planning Attorney right for you?

13th April 2010
When you are ready to start thinking about estate planning, you need to have a good estate planning attorney to help you. As with all aspects of law, it is nearly impossibly to do it yourself properly, especially when it comes to a topic such as estate pl...
Author: Trent Lee
Accident claims

Oklahoma Motorcycle Accident Laws – Important Info for Drivers

31st March 2010
When the temperatures rise and the sun comes out, many people take to the streets on motorcycles. Before you begin your spring, you may want to brush up on your motorcycle laws for Oklahoma. They are slightly different than other states but still are in p...
Author: Penelope Stone
Bankruptcy Law

Bankruptcy Lawyer Houston Tx: Why Do You Need Them

25th March 2010
Known as the Second Great Depression, bankruptcy is a major problem any business may have to face. In order to save one's possessions and investments, most importantly their homes, one must have to file bankruptcy. Though it may be filed on their own, it ...
Author: Angel Branch
Real Estate Law

Purchase Contracts: Best Practices for Buyers and Sellers

18th March 2010
"It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, it was the age of wisdom, it was the age of foolishness, it was the epoch of belief, it was the epoch of incredulity, it was the season of Light, it was the season of Darkness, it was the spring of hop...
Author: jmadrigal
Business Law

Five Questions to Ask about Company Liquidation in China

15th March 2010
Know the liability of shareholders or directors in case of non-performance of liquidation liability. In the past, company liquidation in China was often a chaotic series of events. There have been frequent reports of bad faith on the part of investors ...
Author: Erex Chen

What Every Business Man Should Know About Small Business Tax Deductions

16th December 2009
Part of your responsibility as a small business owner who runs a business from home is to know the tax advantages and liabilities that are associated. It is vitally important to understand what tax responsibilities you will have before going into any bu...
Author: Ron Mueller
Bankruptcy Law

Filing bankruptcy: Is it a good idea?

23rd November 2009
If you have been contemplating bankruptcy then it means you have not been able to manage your finances like you wanted to. However, declaring bankruptcy is a big step. It reflects on your account for 7 to 10 years and may influence lenders' decision in fu...
Author: Samantha
Business Law

Legal Business Structures

23rd November 2009
When forming a business, whether big or small, one must have a structure in mind. The structure governs management and shows who is answerable to whom. it also helps the government to determine how much tax the business is supposed to pay. The structure w...
Author: Peter Gitundu

Different Types of Partnerships

17th August 2009
Partnerships can be considered as the simplest form of co-owned business entity in terms of establishment, procedures and maintenance.A partnership refers to a co-owned business structure in which the partners or owners share both the profits and the loss...
Author: Mesriani Law Group

Breach of Partnership and Its Legal Consequences

05th August 2009
Sometimes a dispute between two business partners can happen especially when one of them has violated a certain agreement. In this situation, a business should be dissolved to expel a partner, unless that the terms and conditions in expulsion is included ...
Author: Mesriani Law Group

The Advantages and Disadvantages of Limited Liability Company (LLC)

23rd July 2009
Limited Liability Company (LLC) is a business structure that provides many advantages to its members such as: • Tax advantages. The taxes are acquired on each member's tax returns and there is no requirement to pay additional corporate taxes unlike i...
Author: Mesriani Law Group

Foreign Investment/Acquisition of Indian Companies by Foreign & Domestic Investors - Six Steps Mantr

08th January 2009
Foreign Investment/Acquisition of Indian Companies by Foreign & Domestic Investors - Six Steps Mantra Joint ventures, strategic alliances and acquisitions are the flavor of the day that enable fast growth focused companies to have rapid inorganic growt...
Author: Seema Jhingan
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