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  1. Federal Taxes: Re: Child Tax Credit Part Year Overseas Residence

    Whoa, just to be sure we are clear here, as a U.S. citizen you are subject to tax on your worldwide income, even when living outside the U.S. While you can exclude at least some of your earned income...
  2. Retailers: Re: Art Gallery Will Not Sell Me the Artwork nor Will They Freely Return My Money Pai

    No, the court would not — and could not — force him to do that. What the court would award rxx4 is a judgment for money damages for the breach of contract.
  3. Federal Taxes: Re: Child Tax Credit Part Year Overseas Residence

    You either get the credit or you don't. It's not prorated based on presence in the U.S. See Publication 972 for the rules on claiming the credit. One of the requirements is that the child must...
  4. Sex Offenses: Re: Wrongful Conviction- and I'm the "Victim"

    While likely true, I think that narrowing exactly what the OP would like addressed would be helpful in focusing the discussion to help her get what she's looking for.
  5. Sex Offenses: Re: Wrongful Conviction- and I'm the "Victim"

    You are reading into the rule more than is there. The rule simply addresses when the defendant may waive his right to a jury trial. It does not on its face directly address whether the state has a...
  6. Re: Obligation of HOA to Notify Owner of Dues Increase

    (Bolding added.) States vary on what the security deposit may be used for. I've not researched that for California. However, even assuming that it could be used in that manner, what you wrote that I...
  7. Re: Obligation of HOA to Notify Owner of Dues Increase

    It's not quite as black and white as Lizard made it seem, but the landlord accepting the old rent amount after the rent increase was to take effect may be considered a waiver of the increase for the...
  8. Sex Offenses: Re: Wrongful Conviction- and I'm the "Victim"

    In at least most states, both the defendant AND the state are entitled to a jury trial if they want it. Pretty much in every case at least one side wants a jury. This is why you very, very rarely see...
  9. Transfer of Title: Re: Titling and Registering Car Under Out-Of-State LLC How to

    And what advantage are you looking for out of this?



    Ask your insurance agent, and make sure you disclose all the facts.
  10. Re: Gift Received As Money Order from an Almost Unknown Person

    I suggest you take a photocopy (or a good photo of it with your cell phone) and then deposit the money order. If the check is good, you'll have $3,000 to use. If the check isn't good, the bank might...
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    Hindrance of Civil Rights: Re: Governor Using Lockdown

    Guests who don't really know what they are talking about and like stoking wild conspiracy theories. Maybe those guests truly believe what they are peddling, but it is certainly not true that the...
  12. Re: Pitbull Attacked Our Shihtzu. Owner Grabbed His Dog and Fled

    In most states not all of your home's equity is exempt. For example, in California the basic exemption for a home is up to $75,000 in equity; it can be more in certain situations. With the rising...
  13. Re: Pitbull Attacked Our Shihtzu. Owner Grabbed His Dog and Fled

    Ok, that makes a big difference. However, it should be noted that all non exempt assets, not just the person's cash on hand, can be attached to pay for a personal injury judgment. Still, for an...
  14. Re: Pitbull Attacked Our Shihtzu. Owner Grabbed His Dog and Fled

    Where did you get that figure? Given that the median net worth of all American households was $97,300 in 2016 per a Federal Reserve study I think your figure is not at all accurate. The median is the...
  15. Contract Law: Re: Non Termination of a Contract in Case of Change of Management And/or Control

    Whether you even need such a provision depends on the law of the jurisdiction that will govern the contract, and you did not say what jurisdiction that is. It would also matter what kind of entity...
  16. Re: Pitbull Attacked Our Shihtzu. Owner Grabbed His Dog and Fled

    You are already doing what you can do: search for the owners of the dog that attacked yours. Until they can be identified, there isn't really any legal action to take. If your area requires animal...
  17. Re: Possible Problem if I Deposit Cash in Bank Account

    You're welcome, glad the information was useful. :D
  18. Re: Possible Problem if I Deposit Cash in Bank Account

    I wouldn't recommend keeping large amounts of cash at home for any length of time for a number of reasons. However, if you do it and you have documentation of where the cash came from, like the...
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    Re: Fresh Verizon Wireless Collection

    Seriously, this one very small debt would not be enough to completely tank your credit score. I didn't hear the conversations you had with those lenders, but I'd not put stock in what they said...
  20. Re: Possible Problem if I Deposit Cash in Bank Account

    It would be helpful, but whether it will convince the agent or the court I cannot say. With regard to the $120.000 or the $36,000 a lot will depend, should the IRS audit the return, on how your case...
  21. Re: Possible Problem if I Deposit Cash in Bank Account

    A great question, and one I thought you'd probably ask. The reason has to do with placing the burden on the party most likely to have the knowledge of what happened and that would have the records to...
  22. Re: Possible Problem if I Deposit Cash in Bank Account

    It's not the 2011 return that would be audited. It is the return for year in which the cash deposit is made and the CTR filed by the bank that may result in an audit when the $120K is not reported on...
  23. Re: Possible Problem if I Deposit Cash in Bank Account

    The problem isn't that the IRS will conclude you were involved in illegal activity. It is that the IRS might conclude you had income (which might have been totally legal) that you failed to report...
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    Re: Fresh Verizon Wireless Collection

    People who don't use credit at all for 15 years don't have a perfect credit score. Why? Because there is no record there of using credit and paying it back on time.



    That one small debt...
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    Re: Possible Warrant for Arrest

    Except that apparently Uber does tell customers that the driver will return the property left in the car and that Uber will charge the customer $15 to compensate the driver for doing so. So while the...
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