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    Federal Taxes: Re: Just Checkintg on Rmd

    They should read their plan to know what the rules are. And, of course, some employers will remind employees of the RMD.



    The tax on excess accumulation only kicks in after the RMD date.
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    Federal Taxes: Re: Just Checkintg on Rmd

    This has nothing to do with the SECURE Act changes. Internal Revenue Code (IRC) 401(a)(9)(A) provides the general rule that the plan must provide for distributions to be distributed over the life...
  3. Federal Taxes: Re: Calculation of Taxes on Real Estate from a Trust

    In what state is the trust domiciled and in what states do the beneficiaries reside?
  4. Spousal Support and Alimony: Re: A Question of Case Law, There Must Be Some Somewhere

    Can you cite me a Kentucky case that says exactly that? If you are simply going by the fact that you have never seen it then I say that's not enough to hang your hat on. Absent a case that says that,...
  5. Spousal Support and Alimony: Re: A Question of Case Law, There Must Be Some Somewhere

    Not everything given from one spouse to another is support. The husband is not living with the wife and not sharing expenses of her household. The husband also apparently has no court ordered...
  6. Re: Can I Stop My Mentally Insane Former Landlord from Renting

    You are missing the critical piece. Knowing the cause of the problem is only the first step. The second step, which is what I addressed, is that you need to look to the statute and the lease to...
  7. Spousal Support and Alimony: Re: A Question of Case Law, There Must Be Some Somewhere

    I disagree with the other responses you received. The situation, as you describe it, effectively amounts to gifts from him to her. And while gifts are not income for tax purposes, in Kentucky they...
  8. Re: Can I Stop My Mentally Insane Former Landlord from Renting

    LOL, I expected this kind of response from you. My post addressed what the landlord is legally obligated to repair. And my statements on that are accurate. Your diatribe above does not address the...
  9. Federal Taxes: Re: How to Keep Your California Confidential Marriage Private While Filing Taxes

    California law bars discrimination by employers based on sexual orientation but federal law does not unless the employer is the federal government itself.



    Unless legally separated it is indeed...
  10. Federal Taxes: Re: How to Keep Your California Confidential Marriage Private While Filing Taxes

    Under federal law your federal tax returns are not a public record. Internal Revenue Code (IRC) 6103 the IRS is prohibited from releasing your return information to others except in very specific...
  11. Re: Can I Stop My Mentally Insane Former Landlord from Renting

    Ah, but we don't know that a pipe broke in this case, do we? We know only that the toilet overflowed, and you yourself stated that often a toilet overflow is due to a blockage caused by the user. And...
  12. Re: Can I Stop My Mentally Insane Former Landlord from Renting

    The landlord might not be responsible for all the damage that occurs to the unit. That depends a great deal on the applicable state law and the terms of the lease agreement. Under Kentucky law, the...
  13. Re: Can I Stop My Mentally Insane Former Landlord from Renting

    No federal or Kentucky state law prohibits a mentally ill person from being a landlord.

    While you may suspect he is (or at least was) mentally ill, unless you are a mental health professional like...
  14. Re: Can a Judge Use Their Court to Enforce Compliance with a Different Court

    It's not the courts that have no interest in transporting you because the courts don't do that. It's the law enforcement agency (likely the sheriff) that does not want to incur that cost.



    Any...
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    Contract Law: Re: Contract Guarantees

    A breach (default) by the client does not make the contract void. It does, however, provide the non breaching party with remedies for the breach. Obviously if the client never pays then there is no...
  16. Medical Malpractice: Re: Dentist Refused to Treat Me & Left Me Suffering!

    I have endured dental pain that was temporary and I'd have liked to have seen a dentist faster than I did. So I don't doubt that you were miserable as a result. But that fact does not change what the...
  17. Disestablishing Paternity: Re: Can an Adult Child Request a Paternity Test from Legal Father

    If you don't care about giving up your private information so easily that's your choice. I certainly don't live my life "paranoid or scared" over privacy matters, but I also don't hand out my private...
  18. Chapter 7: Re: Valuation of Professional/Personal Libraries

    While most common used items, like household goods, are indeed sold at a loss, it should be obvious that it is not ALWAYS the case that used items are sold at a loss. Some classic cars, collected...
  19. Disestablishing Paternity: Re: Can an Adult Child Request a Paternity Test from Legal Father

    Your private information is hard to control once you give it over to others. If you think that companies never abuse the information you give them then you've not been paying attention to what uses...
  20. Disestablishing Paternity: Re: Can an Adult Child Request a Paternity Test from Legal Father

    Be careful what firm you pick. A lot of DNA/genealogy firms don't have great privacy policies or controls. You may find your DNA data being shared with law enforcement firms and others that you may...
  21. Re: Should a Murder Charge Be Even Considered

    RJR found the 2009 article after you asked this in which it states he did take a plea deal on this, so that was a good find. So now the question would appear to be whether the prosecution reserved...
  22. Re: Should a Murder Charge Be Even Considered

    A double jeopardy inquiry can get a bit complex with multiple charges arising out of the same incident or chain of events. Typically the distinction is whether the two crimes share the same elements....
  23. Disestablishing Paternity: Re: Can an Adult Child Request a Paternity Test from Legal Father

    You may always ask your supposed father for a paternity test, unless he is simply unwilling to speak with you. What his reaction would be I cannot say. You'd have a better idea of whether he'd have a...
  24. Speeding Tickets: Re: A Defense for Speed Trap in a Temporary Speed Limit

    I agree with that as long as the cops are applying the close enforcement of the speed law uniformly. But if they are basing whom to nail for just a couple mph over the speed limit on something like...
  25. Payment Disputes: Re: Got Sued for Nonpayment of Expenses Created by the Suing Party

    If you wish to settle, I suggest contacting the law firm handling the case and make your offer. That's probably best done outside the case management conference itself.
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