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Can I File for Bankruptcy During a Trial Loan Modification?

You’re struggling financially. You’re really just making it month to month by the skin of your teeth. All of the options – NJ bankruptcy, foreclosure, loan modification – they’re all swimming around in your mind making your head spin. 485 more words

Bankruptcy

Filed for NJ Bankruptcy but Foreclosure Never Occurred?

Your NJ bankruptcy case was discharged many months (or even years) ago. You have been able to start fresh without all of your previous debts weighing you down. 466 more words

Bankruptcy

IRS Ruling Creates Opportunities for Tax Savings by Companies With Substantial Real Estate Assets

On July 29, Windstream announced that it plans to spin off certain telecommunications network assets into an independent, publicly tradedreal estate investment trust (REIT) 369 more words

Administrative & Regulatory

The IRS Can Enforce a Tax Lien Whenever THEY WANT

As illustrated by a recent tax lien case Gregory v. United States Department of the Treasury – IRS, everyone buying a piece of real property should use a reputable real estate Attorney to conduct a title search (and purchase title insurance) to avoid these preventable issues. 565 more words

Asset Protection

Lease and License-Distinction

The definition of “Lease” under the Indian Stamp Act, 1899 is a bit wider than what is provided under Transfer of Property Act, 1882. In the sum and substance, it can be said that a license is a right or permission granted by a competent authority or the owner of premises to carry on business or to do an act which, without such license/permission would be illegal. 301 more words

Civil Law

Some Tax Rules on Renting Your Second Home

Whether you have a lakeside cabin in Maine, or a ski house in Colorado, owning a vacation or second home can be a wonderful thing.   It also could earn you some extra money if you rent it when you’re not there… but if you’re not careful, it also could cause you some tax troubles. 794 more words

Tax

September 15, 2014 Deadline for Alameda County Property Owners to File Assessment Appeals

The Regular Appeal Filing Period in Alameda County is July 2 through September 15. Applications for the Regular Filing Period must be received/postmarked no later than September 15. 316 more words

California Tax