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Risks Involved In Self-Tax Preparation

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If you are considering doing your own taxes for the next tax season, then you aren’t alone. According to IRS statistics, $27 million Americans opted to self-prepare their taxes during the previous tax season with the assistance of certain software programs. However, there are certain risks involved in preparing your own taxes, and you may want to pay for professional tax preparation services to prevent these risks. Audit risk When you pay for professional tax preparation services, the firm that files your taxes often offers audit protection as part of their services.…

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Why Workers' Compensation Claims Do Not Pay Out For Pain And Suffering

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No matter what kind of agony or life changes your injury causes, no state allows you to receive payment for pain and suffering through workers’ compensation (WC). Many people are under the assumption that WC works like a personal injury case. It doesn’t, but there are a few, narrow, paths to obtain compensation for pain and suffering. Why There’s no Pain and Suffering in Workers’ Comp Cases Workers’ compensation insurance is very much like a compromise between employers and the state.…

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Tips For Executors Dealing With Estate Debts

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As an executor, you will be making sure that the wishes of the deceased are carried out when it comes to divvying up the remaining estate. Although not an easy job, in most cases it is fairly straight-forward. It can become complicated, though, if the deceased left behind a lot of debts. The following guide can help you navigate the distribution of an estate with debt. #1: Stop Estate Proceedings…

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