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What Happened To The American Dream≠

There is a theory in our society that filing bankruptcy has lost its stigma and today’s bankruptcy filers have simply lived above their means and overspent on credit cards. The United States did see consumer bankruptcy filings reach their highest ...

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by Michael Simon Daily Record Columnist

Getting “blood from stones” is an art which matrimonial practitioners are well familiar, especially while attempting to enforce support orders (alimony, maintenance, support or child support). As we all know, obtaining a support order is only part of the battle, ...

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Year-End Tax Planning – Smart Business Moves

As year-end rapidly approaches, every business should review its options for cutting income taxes for 2004. Undoubtedly you’ve been doing tax planning throughout the year, but here are some last-minute strategies you shouldn’t overlook. If you were planning to purchase ...

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Searching With CourtLink, CourtExpress

The first set of courts to really go “online” with access to the public, were the federal courts utilizing PACER (Public Access to Court Electronic Records), a system that provided U.S. District Court and Court of Appeals case information. Once ...

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Teen Workers Are Target For Sexual Harassment

Sexual harassment claims brought by teenagers have sharply increased over the past three years, according to statistics from the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC). Fast food industries, hospitality businesses and hotels or car dealerships are often the types of ...

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Recent Tax Changes For Automobiles

New Tax Rules For SUVs Recent modifications in the tax law have made significant changes in the deductions for sport utility vehicles used by a business or donated to a charity. If your company is planning to purchase an SUV ...

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