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Articles, tagged with "trustee", page 1

12th January 2011

Roni Deutch Answers Common Questions About Bankruptcy and Tax Debts

It is not uncommon for those calling my law firm about their IRS tax debt to ask about Bankruptcy. Will my tax debts be resolved by filing for bankruptcy? Unfortunately, there is no straightforward answer to this first question, as it will depend on...

20th July 2010

Is Home Still the Right Place?

At Support For Home In-Home Care, our mission is to help people live at home just as long as they want to and safely can. We, along with the courts and gerontologists, believe that home is normally the place where quality of life is the highest. However...

16th June 2010

Family Trusts - Why You Should Have One

A family trust is the relationship in which trustees are obligated to be responsible for a property for someone else?s benefit (beneficiaries). The beneficiaries do not receive a fixed amount from the trusts, instead it is in the trustee?s discretion and ...

08th June 2010

SMSF excess contributions tax avoidance: ATO targets dodgy deeds

If you think your SMSF deed allows you to circumvent excess contributions tax - think again. The ATO has recently published a Taxpayer Alert which examines the effect of provisions in some SMSF deeds that attempt to avoid excess contributions tax. These a...

13th November 2009

Saving Taxes With The Spouse Trust

A spouse trust is a trust account which can be established to give your spouse the ability to defer taxes as well as to protect the family interests. This act settles that only the spouse can use the estate and no one else, during his lifetime. Upon your ...

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