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Business Law

Protect Your Loved Ones with SBI Life Insurance

28th February 2011
Whether you are concerned about your child’s education, your daughter’s marriage or even your retirement days, SBI life insurance will provide you lifelong support. SBI Life Insurance is a top life insurance company and makes buying life insurance simple ...
Author: Terry Jonnathan

Direct Taxes Code 2009 Proposed Income Tax Rates From 1 April 2011

01st February 2011
After much awaiting CBDT released the discussion paper on the Direct Taxes Code 2009 in June 2010, draft of which was released in public in August 2009. The revised discussion paper has considered various issues on the original proposals and come out with...
Author: Abraham Williams

History Of The Federal Income Tax

31st January 2011
Retirement Benefits: As per the revised DTC, the retirement benefits such as gratuity, commuted pension, voluntary retirement compensation and leave encashment will be exempt from tax subject to specified limits. Original Draft DTC had proposed a scheme o...
Author: Abraham Williams

How and When to Sign Up for Medicare Insurance: Seniors Who Turn 65 Need to Know

26th January 2011
Signing up for Medicare insurance when you turn 65 is a right of passage for many aging Americans. However, there is a limited window of opportunity to enroll in Medicare insurance without facing penalties such as a delay in coverage. That is why it is im...
Author: Alfred Winston

Advantages of QDRO Atlanta in dividing retirement benefits

17th June 2010
In most of the times, during the divorce, issues of property division, child custody and spousal support can easily overshadow the importance of the division of retirement benefits. At this point, obtaining a qualified domestic relations order Atlanta may...
Author: timothydiv
Business Law

Are You Looking For Retirement Income Security?

02nd June 2010
Are you ready to retire and have a lot of money saved up? Did you forget to save for retirement? One day you will be retired. So what can you do now, if you did not save retirement money? If you are not ready to retire, then you will need to keep working ...
Author: Rudy Silva
Estate Planning

Estate Planning for Unmarried Couples - Part One

24th March 2010
Whether of same-sex or opposite-sex unions, unmarried couples face many estate planning issues (and opportunities). Although unmarried couples clearly face challenges that married couples do not, most are challenges that can be overcome with planning. How...
Author: Julius Giarmarco, Esq.

Don't Dismiss Your Divorce Rights

19th February 2010
At the time in which you said, "I do", you probably believed that your marriage would go on forever. The fact is that, roughly 48 percent of marriages in The US finish in divorce. In addition to being the most demoralizing emotional time in your life, you...
Author: Jon Arnold

Why All Employees Pay the Federal Income Tax

23rd September 2009
Federal income tax is withheld from the pay of almost all employees. Employee pay is inclusive of salaries and wages, bonuses, commissions, and vacation allowances. It is the responsibility of the employer to provide the employee with a W-4 at the onset o...
Author: raza

Overview of RSDI Benefits

16th August 2009
The Social Security RSDI (Retirement, Survivors and Disability Insurance) benefits are the largest federal benefits program that provides income-maintenance for those who are eligible. It was initially formed to cover benefits for those who are qualif...
Author: Mesriani Law Group

How Much Should an Employee Get as Severance Package

11th July 2009
Generally, a severance package is made up of pay and benefits given by an employer to a dismissed employee. But contrary to some belief, a severance package is not given as an entitlement prescribed by law, rather it is an employer's prerogative - which m...
Author: Mesriani Law Group

Importance of the Office of Disability Adjudication and Review

08th July 2009
The Office of Disability Adjudication and Review (ODAR) is responsible for setting and conducting hearings as well as releasing decisions of the Social Security Administration regarding appeals and grant of benefits of applicants. They make sure that ...
Author: Mesriani Law Group