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How To Get The Most Out Of Your Potential Social Security Disability Benefits

04th June 2013
There are a number of adults today that are disabled from accidents, injuries, work related incidents, illnesses, birth defects, and other problems. These types of disabilities cause huge problems financially for people because they might not be able to ...
Author: Darrin Andrus

The Joy of An Ex - Challenges for Divorcing Couples 55 +

05th January 2012
Copyright (c) 2011 Jackie Ramler Although the divorce rate among couples over the age of 50 is traditionally low, it has been steadily rising in the last l0 or so years, especially for those 50-59 years of age. The reduction of social stigma and the i...
Author: Jackie Rahmler

Savers 'handing gift to the tax man'

31st January 2011
At present, many consumers are doing their best to rein in their spending due to the tight economic conditions currently affecting the UK and elsewhere. This may mean that more are using an income tax calculator or PAYE calculator. However, according t...
Author: Allision Kraft
Accident claims

Examples Of Pedestrians Severely Hurt While In A Marked Crosswalk

26th August 2010
Do you think you're safe by following the rules and using a crosswalk to cross the street? You you try to only cross a street at a marked crosswalk. If perhaps there were a guarantee that drivers would follow the rules and give pedestrians in a crosswalk ...
Author: J. Hernandez
Estate Planning

10 Deadly Mistakes by Attorneys in their personal Wills and Estate Planning

15th June 2010
10 Deadly Mistakes by Attorneys in their personal Wills and Estate Planning By Kenneth Vercammen, Esq. Where there's No Will … If you do not write a Will, the State has already written one for you. Your assets go to whoever a state law say...
Author: Kenneth Vercammen Esq.

Revocable Living Trust

10th May 2010
For those who place a premium on their privacy, they will love the privacy afforded by a properly drafted and funded Living Trust. The extent of your assets, the details of administration, and the identity of the recipients of your estate need not be disc...
Author: marketer
Family Law

Grandparents and Post-Divorce Contact with Grandchildren

26th March 2010
Yvette Rooke, a partner at law firm Trethowans, discusses the sometimes forgotten party during divorce proceedings...“Grandparents are the ‘rock’ in many families, providing support and childcare for their grandchildren, particularly in ...
Author: hitsearch
Estate Planning

Spousal Lifetime Access Trusts

25th March 2010
A “Crummey” Trust is a popular device used in making gifts that qualify for the $13,000/ $26,000 annual exclusion from gift tax. Most other forms of gifts that qualify for the annual exclusion require an immediate or at least a very early (i.e...
Author: Julius Giarmarco, Esq.

Trust-Owned Annuities

25th March 2010
IRC Section 72 governs the income taxation of annuity contracts. IRC Section 72(u)(1) taxes the income on an annuity contract owned by a “non-natural” person by treating it as though it was received by the non-natural owner. If, however, a non...
Author: Julius Giarmarco, Esq.
Estate Planning

Estate Planning with Family Partnerships

24th March 2010
For estate planning purposes, a family partnership is typically a limited liability company or a limited partnership. A limited liability company (“LLC”) is an entity that combines the limited liability of a corporation with the “pass-th...
Author: Julius Giarmarco, Esq.

Disclaimer Trusts

24th March 2010
While there is a present lapse in the estate and generation-skipping transfer taxes, it’s likely that Congress will reinstate both taxes (perhaps even retroactively) some time during 2010. If not, on January 1, 2011, the estate tax exemption (which ...
Author: Julius Giarmarco, Esq.

Advice On How To Give Away Your Home Legally

27th November 2009
Many people are concerned that if they had to go into Residential Care they would be forced to sell their home. Because our home is often our most valuable possession, naturally, we wish to make sure that our home is passed on to our children or grandchil...
Author: Jo

Protect Your Welfare With A Beneficiary Trust.

25th November 2009
If you consider protecting your wealth, take into account creating a beneficiary trust. This trust is an irrevocable process since you agree to give up control over your welfare in your beneficiary's behalf. A beneficiary can be anyone you wish. This pers...
Author: Klik Sail

Family Trusts and Rest Home Fees

01st June 2009
Bruce and Julie had worked all their lives to build up their assets. They'd paid their taxes and tried to contribute to society. Bruce frequently helped his neighbours out doing odd jobs for them and Julie worked as a volunteer for the Blind Institute. Th...
Author: Paul Easton