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  1. Resignation: Re: Sign on Bonus - Sears Bankruptcy - New Company Acquires - Resignation - Return Bo

    Complete and total diarrhea of the mouth. Now you, the account, is an expert in corporate actuations in bankruptcy law. Why don't you explain the terminology that you believe I don't understand.
  2. Resignation: Re: Sign on Bonus - Sears Bankruptcy - New Company Acquires - Resignation - Return Bo

    Now you are making stuff up. I said what I had to say. Done.
  3. Resignation: Re: Sign on Bonus - Sears Bankruptcy - New Company Acquires - Resignation - Return Bo

    That doesn't mean that they can't enforce a contract for a signing bonus. Besides, that signing contract is not a liability. It is an asset in this case.
  4. Resignation: Re: Sign on Bonus - Sears Bankruptcy - New Company Acquires - Resignation - Return Bo

    In the same source it says this:



    Also:



    The were purchased not liquidated. OP owes the money.
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    Re: 1040 Other Income

    Perhaps you meant leaving for the office for the day? Or do you work night?:friendly_wink:
  6. Resignation: Re: Sign on Bonus - Sears Bankruptcy - New Company Acquires - Resignation - Return Bo

    You will have to show evidence of that. There is nothing in the record that says they bought only assets. In fact the record shows that TransformCo increased the bid before the auction to include...
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    Re: 1040 Other Income

    In addition, if he is a self-employed handyman/painter, he must also have business expenses that can be deducted from the gross income that is reported on schedule C. He buys material, supplies,...
  8. Resignation: Re: Sign on Bonus - Sears Bankruptcy - New Company Acquires - Resignation - Return Bo

    When a company is acquired through bankruptcy or otherwise, they acquire all the assets and liabilities of the company acquired. OP is an employee with a contract with the acquired company. That...
  9. Easement Use and Enforcement: Re: New York - Enforceability of Right-Of-Way Restrictions

    And you say that with what theory of law or case law?
  10. Thread: A Class Action

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    Civil Rights Issues: Re: A Class Action

    It has nothing to do with unemployment benefits. If you don't meet the legislative intent of the requirements for UE benefits, you don't get them. There is no right to those benefits.

    What is...
  11. Water Runoff: Re: Is Neighbor Responsible for Water in Basement from Pushing Snow into My House

    Of course, if your neighbor is blowing snow up against your house he would be liable for damages caused by it.

    I understand you are between a rock and a hard place. On the one hand, you don't...
  12. Thread: A Class Action

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    Civil Rights Issues: Re: A Class Action

    The code you refer to is only one section (2922) that defines what termination of employment is.

    2018 California Code



    It has nothing to do with a right to unemployment benefits.

    It...
  13. Thread: A Class Action

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    Civil Rights Issues: Re: A Class Action

    There is in your state.



    https://www.edd.ca.gov/unemployment/eligibility.htm
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    Child Neglect: Re: What Are the Legal Actions I Can Do

    So you agree with what you saw? And it doesn't bother you? Got ya. Now I know from where you come.
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    Estate Planning Issues: Re: Changing the Thre Trustee or Executor

    There are no penalties and it will trigger nothing if you decide to change your will. You can just sign and have it notarized and witnessed as a codicil (amendment) to the will. Or you can write a...
  16. Thread: Fmla

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    Re: Fmla

    Yes, you did. And I gave OP my opinion on the matter. Do you think making a complaint to the DOL will get her approval or denial before they need the leave? No it won't. It takes months or a year...
  17. Thread: Fmla

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    Re: Fmla

    Not saying that at all. OP should stay on the company letting them know that she will be taking the FMLA and if they don't get it approved or denied by the time OP needs it, that is when OP makes...
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    Federal Taxes: Re: Just Checkintg on Rmd

    Thank you.

    I assume that the same timeline applies, that in the year you reach 72 you take the value of the retirement accounts on December 31, of the year before and take the money out by April...
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    Federal Taxes: Just Checkintg on Rmd

    I will be 70 1/2 in 2020 and I talked to my account about the RMD. From previous posts I understood that in the year you reached 70 1/2 you had to take an RMD by April 1st.

    My account now says...
  20. Thread: Fmla

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    Re: Fmla

    That is easier said then done. Would you want to work in a hostile environment after making a complaint against your company? You would be under the microscope and if the company wanted you out,...
  21. Re: Social Security Refuses to Issue Social Security Number/Card

    Try going to a different SS office.
  22. Thread: Fmla

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    Re: Fmla

    You can make a compliant to DOL and cause a big riff between you and the company or you can keep on the company to approve your family leave. That is your choice.

    Just remember that you can't...
  23. Passing a School Bus: Re: Will I Get a Ticket for Cutting Off a Moving School Bus

    I agree.
  24. Spousal Support and Alimony: Re: A Question of Case Law, There Must Be Some Somewhere

    You miss the point. I will leave TM to argue his own point. But in Kentucky when an Ex spouse remarries and her support by a new husband changes her financial circumstances by 15%, it is grounds...
  25. Spousal Support and Alimony: Re: A Question of Case Law, There Must Be Some Somewhere

    No it is not wishful thinking to think that when an ex spouse remarries it does constitute a change in circumstances that could lead to a change in child support or support payments. Your emphatic...
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