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Hello, my name is Nelson Stewart. Welcome to my website about tax law. The proper completion of tax documents, and their prompt return to the IRS, keeps people from landing themselves in court against tax evasion charges. Whether miscalculations are deliberate or accidental, the IRS tends to catch people who are not paying their fair share of taxes. Taw laws are convoluted and difficult for the average person to understand. I created this site to help people better understand tax laws and improve their chances of abiding by those regulations. Please feel free to visit my site on a regular basis to learn more about tax law.

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Signs That A New Partner Who Is Moving In With You May Have Dubious Intentions
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Signs That A New Partner Who Is Moving In With You May Have Dubious Intentions

When you've been dating someone for a short amount of time and decide to invite this person to move in with you, it's important that you protect yourself. Obviously, part of protecting yourself means that you should really get to know the person before you cohabitate, but another type of protection to consider is financial protection. While the risk may be low, it's possible that the person could have dubious intentions — perhaps he or she knows that you're affluent and has plans to live with you for a while, break up, and then make a claim for a percentage of your assets. Read More 

Can You Sue The Rental Company After An Accident Occurs?

Renting a car is a common event for people when they are on vacation, and purchasing insurance coverage from the rental car company is an important step to take when renting a car. This type of coverage is designed to protect you if you cause an accident, but there are times when accidents occur with rental cars where the rental car company might actually be liable for the damages. Here are a few things to understand about this. Read More 

Your New Employees: Assembling A Good Workforce

Employees are critical once your company grows past a certain point. There is no way you can assemble, pack, and ship orders alone when you've got hundreds of orders daily. New employees can improve and revitalize things, bringing ideas and energy to your business. When you decide new hires should enter your space, consider these recommendations to feel confidence about their abilities and positions. Determine Responsibilities Vague calls for "help" are problematic if you're hoping to bring on long-term personnel. Read More 

Five Ways In Which Property Easements May Be Terminated

A real estate property easement grants one party the legal right to use another party's property without acquiring ownership of the said property. If there is an easement on your property and you are wondering how to end it, you should know that there are various ways in which property easements can end, and they include the following: Express agreement In this case, an easement is terminated when the parties involved in it sit down and agree to terminate it. Read More 

When Should You Appeal a Ruling in Your Divorce Case?

Divorce proceedings can be among the most hotly-contested cases in today's courtrooms. When tempers run high, it can be easy to think that a decision reached by the trial judge is unfair, unwarranted, or flat-out wrong. You have the right to appeal such an order, but when does it make sense to pursue an appeal? Are there situations when leaving well enough alone is the best option of a bad lot? Read More