4 Types Of Domestic Violence Orders You Need To Know

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If you have been involved in or accused of being involved in a domestic violence case, you may realize that a protective order has been filed against you. Even if you do not believe that the charges are valid, you must pay close attention to them. Failing to abide by a protective or restraining order may have severe consequences. Here are four types of orders you should know about: Emergency Protective Order

13 May 2016

3 Reasons To Capitalize On Pre-Seed Investment Rounds

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Acquiring the capital needed to get your business off the ground can be challenging. Many small business owners opt to use seed investors to help gather the financial resources needed for a successful launch. While seed funding still plays a valuable role in the start-up landscape, pre-seed rounds of financing are becoming more common. These rounds take place prior to the actual search for seed money to launch a company, and the money can be used to help you reach many important milestones.

13 May 2016

Small Business Owner? Why You Should Outsource Your Payroll

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If you're the owner of a small business, it's likely that you have a lot of irons in the fire.  Between hiring employees, administering benefits and dealing with other internal issues, it can sometimes seem like you're perpetually busy.  That's why it's such a good idea to outsource your payroll department.  When you outsource your payroll, you essentially allow a third party payroll company to cover things like wages and compensation.

13 May 2016

Delayed Tax Returns, Unfiled Tax Returns And Tax Evasion: How To Handle Each Of These Situations And Avoid Legal Trouble

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If nightmares of IRS agents tracking you down occur more frequently than you would like, maybe it is time to address the causes behind those nightmares. Taxes have to be filed any year that you make over a certain amount based on your filing status and age, usually $10,000 or more (unless you are married and filing separately). If you are not married and have made more than this amount in the previous year, you should have filed your taxes.

12 May 2016

Tax Tips For Home-Based Business Owners

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While many people dream of owning their own home-based business, many of those same people may not be aware of how to prepare for filing their income from it. If you have just started a home-based business, learning more about filing your end of the year taxes is a good idea. By starting ahead of tax time, you can be better prepared and know about the deductions that you are legally entitled to.

11 May 2016

Are Bail Bonds Wiped Out During Chapter 7 Bankruptcy?

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It's an all-too-familiar story. Someone gives money or collateral to a bail bondsman to get a friend or family member out of jail, but the defendant skips town and leaves the person stuck paying the entire forfeited bail amount to the bondsman. This can represent a significant financial burden, depending on the bond amount, and some people may consider filing for bankruptcy to eliminate it. Whether you can escape this obligation by filing bankruptcy, however, depends on the type of bail bond obtained.

11 May 2016

Tips For Buying Ancient Coins Online

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If you are looking to buy ancient coins, shopping from online dealers is a great option. However, when you buy online, you won't be able to see them up close, so it is a little more complicated. Here are some tips for buying ancient coins for sale online from reputable dealers. Avoid Dealers Who Use Sales Tactics While a coin dealer wants to make a sale, they should also know that some people simply want information, not a sales pitch.

11 May 2016