You may be the biggest dog or cat lover on your street. In fact, you may plan to retire with twenty cats and ten dogs. That doesn't mean that you enjoy having your neighbor's pets run wild in the neighborhood. In fact, the pets are in more danger than your children and your lawn. You do have several options to deal with this problem in a way that protects both you and the pets.
Two benefit programs from the Social Security Administration (SSA), SSDI and SSI, are sometimes confused with each other. You may often hear these terms used interchangeably, but each program serves a different population and there are major differences in how the benefits are determined. Read on to learn about the main similarities and differences of the Social Security Disability program and the Supplemental Security Insurance program. The Similarities 1. Both programs determine your medical disability eligibility the same way.
On April 21, 2016, Prince, a world-renowned musical legend, passed away at the age of 57. His death was a surprise, and after his passing, it was discovered that he died without leaving behind a living will to direct the disposition of his assets as he would have wished. Prince also did not have a living trust set up to control his assets and distribute them to his heirs. While the debate over Prince's estate and his musical legacy is already boiling over between his siblings, people are once again being made aware of the issues surrounding estate planning.
After you file for bankruptcy, all of your creditors will be notified of your action. The creditors have the right to file a proof of claim to request that a debt be paid even if a discharge is granted in your case. Before you file for bankruptcy, here is what you need to know about the proof of claim. Is a Proof of Claim Always Filed? Although creditors have the right to file a proof of claim, many opt not to.
If you run a small business and are just starting out, filing your taxes can be an overwhelming thing and quite confusing. Doing your taxes wrong for your small business can lead to problems in the future. Here are four reasons you should hire a tax attorney for your small business to help you out: Avoid an Audit: Having the IRS audit your small business can be scary. Not only do you not know what you may have filed wrong that caused suspicion to arise on the side of the IRS, but you also aren't sure what they could be looking for and how much you will be expected to owe in the end.