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I Havent Paid Taxes in Years. Could I Be Sent to Prison?
Just about every American knows how powerful the IRS is and how, if you owe them money, they will go to great lengths to get what is owed to them. Every year, you hear advertisements from tax professionals warning about what could happen if you...
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How to Protect Your Rights After an Arrest
Very few people set out to get arrested, and most are unaware of how to act during and after an arrest. It can be a scary experience, but it’s important for an arrested person to remember their rights and act in a way that won’t...
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I Suffered Internal Bleeding After Taking Xarelto What Should I Do Now
Xarelto is a blood thinner that is prescribed to prevent the formation of blood clots, especially a certain type of clot known as deep vein thrombosis (DVT) that can cause dangerous blood clots to form in the lungs, a condition known as...
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How to Lower Your Tax Debt With an Offer in Compromise
It’s not easy to get out of paying the taxes you owe to the IRS. In fact, the only way you can fully get rid of your tax debt is to pay it. However, the IRS understands that financial difficulties can make it difficult for individuals to...
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At What Point Will the IRS Garnish My Wages?
A wage garnishment - or levy - is a method the IRS uses to forcibly collect the money you owe them if you have not already paid your debt after several collection attempts. The IRS is the most powerful collection agency in the country, and they...
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When Prescription Drugs Do More Harm Than Good: Should You Take Legal Action?
Roughly 34% of American adults, including half of those who are 55 or older, rely on prescription drugs for a variety of health conditions. In an effort to beat the competition, drug makers are continuously producing new products that are...
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White Collar Crimes: Why You Need a Strong Defense
The law defines white collar crimes as “non-violent illegal activities that principally involve traditional notions of deceit, deception, concealment, manipulation, breach of trust, subterfuge, or illegal circumvention.” These are...
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How to Handle an Unfiled Tax Return
Benjamin Franklin said, “In this world, nothing can said to be certain, except death and taxes.” These are wise and poignant words, and since Ben Franklin lived before the days of income tax and the strong armed intrusion of the IRS,...
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How Much Does the IRS Need to Know About Your Offshore Assets?
Over the last 30 years, more Americans than ever have moved assets to foreign “tax haven” countries in order to protect their wealth against the oppressive taxation methods of the IRS. Not surprisingly, this doesn’t sit well...
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What If Your Social Security Disability Application is Denied?
If you ever find yourself unable to work because of a disability, then Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) will be a vital component of your financial plan. But even though 14 million Americans currently receive a disability check from...
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How Do You Know If You're Paying Too Much for Your Property Taxes?
When someone owns property, he or she expects to pay taxes for it. It’s just the way it goes. When you own property, you have to pay taxes. But because we expect to pay property taxes, many people are not aware that they are paying too...
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Tips for Preparing Your Will
It’s safe to say that no one really looks forward to preparing a will. Most people don’t like to think about the idea of death, let alone mapping the aftermath of their own, but preparing a comprehensive and detailed will is...
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What Are the Benefits of Tax Planning?
It would be hard to find a working American who doesn’t know that taxes are due in April, but that doesn’t stop a large percentage of us from waiting until the last minute to file. In fact, it’s estimated that as many as 30% of...
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Can You Stop IRS Collections by Filing for Hardship Status?
We all understand that we have an obligation to pay taxes, but sometimes an unforeseen financial hardship makes it hard to pay as much as we are supposed to, especially after paying the costs that it takes to stay fed, clothed, and sheltered...
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Do You Have a Medical Malpractice Case?
Unless you have experienced it yourself, it can be hard to grasp the devastation that victims of medical malpractice feel. To place your life in the hands of a medical professional who, in turn, acts in a negligent and harmful manner can be both...
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How to Get Innocent Spouse Tax Relief
It is common for married couples to file a joint tax return because of the various benefits it entails. By choosing this filing status, both partners are jointly and severally liable, meaning that they are both fully responsible for the amount...
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How to Handle an IRS Audit
The chances of being audited are about 1 in 100, but that doesn’t make the prospect of receiving an unwanted notice from the IRS any less scary for most Americans. An audit is an arduous process to go through, and since the IRS can ask to...
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How Can I Remove a Misdemeanor From My Record?
Most of us know that a misdemeanor isn’t as serious of an offense as a felony. “It was only a misdemeanor” is something we hear people say, almost out of relief that their offense didn’t carry a heavier charge. However,...
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Marijuana Possession Charges in Michigan
With recent news of states legalizing the use of marijuana for medical, and in some cases recreational purposes, it may seem that the attitude toward marijuana use is shifting toward a more lenient direction. At least, marijuana use seems like a...
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What If I Can't Afford to Pay My Federal or State Income Taxes?
April 15th is a day that many of us dread. Just the sound of the words “tax day” is enough to send some of us into a full-fledged panic attack. Some dread the day because of the work that goes into filing taxes, and others dread it...
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