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- What Is a Digital Private Investigator?
While many private investigators complete work in the field by conducting surveillance on a subject and photographing them in certain acts, digital private investigators focus more on gathering digital evidence. This information may be used in family law cases, employment disputes, personal injury cases or myriad other cases.
- Inherited IRAs and Creditor Protection
Your IRA is protected from creditors if you have to file bankruptcy, but what happens to that IRA if you die and leave it to a child? Many assumed that the inherited IRA retained that creditor protection in a child’s bankruptcy. The United States Supreme Court ruled otherwise in Clark v. Rameker, 134 S. Ct. 2242 (2014).
- Who Bears Risk of Non-Payment Between General and Sub-Contractor in Ohio?
A recent decision by the Supreme Court of Ohio highlights the importance of having clear terms in contracts between general contractors and subcontractors, especially in regard to payment provisions.
- It's OK, I've Got it in Writing - Michigan's Uncertain Treatment of Dual Source Supply Contracts
Parties to a contract usually feel a sense of security knowing that their agreement is embodied in a written, properly executed document containing all of the agreed upon terms. However, if such an agreement is a “dual source” supply contract executed under Michigan law, the parties may not be as secure as they believe.
- Piercing the Corporate Veil
Just how limited is your liability if you own a limited liability company?
- Factors Elderly and Senior Investors Should Know
Investment risk factors seniors, elders, and their friends and family should be aware of.
- Financial Fraud Schemes Victimizing Elders and Senior Citizens
There are many fraud schemes used by sellers intent on defrauding seniors and elders of their hard-earned money. Learn what they are to protect yourself.
- Business Taxes, Payroll Taxes and Trust Fund Recovery Penalty
When the business faces a cash flow problem, many business owners use the payroll taxes collected but not yet turned over to the IRS.
- Collecting from an Out of Business Company or Employer
Collecting on a judgment even in ideal circumstances can often be a time-consuming and complex process, and that presumes the debtor is solvent, and doing business and/or making money. When the judgment enforcement against a debtor who is a company or legal entity, which appears to be (or is) out of business, the process can be considerably more troublesome and taxing.
- Update your Credit Application Procedures Today
The recession has two valuable lessons for credit managers: First, even the best businesses can become significant credit risks, and, second, we have all had more practical experience in extending credit and collecting on past-due receivables. This article focuses on practical tips which credit managers can implement today to reduce the likelihood of nonpayment.