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The loan modification process can be overwhelming, frustrating, and time consuming for borrowers who fear losing their homes. Lenders are under no obligation to modify residential home loans so it behooves a borrower seeking a modification to be responsive and proactive in the loan modification application process. Here’s how to prevent a modification application from…

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In recent foreclosure actions, courts have barred the collection of interest, fees, and costs by banks that have failed to comply the with the “good faith” requirement of CPLR R 3408, which provides for mandatory settlement conferences in residential foreclosure actions. Specifically, CPLR R 3408(f) provides that the parties to a foreclosure action “shall negotiate…

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“An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.” This is a saying that is very applicable to someone’s situation where they are being pressed financially by their bills. In too many situations people wait too long before they seek advice. Options that would have been available otherwise are not. People get into financial…

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The Internal Revenue Service recently released Notice 2014-21 which provides guidance as to the federal tax treatment of virtual currencies such as Bitcoin. Yes, the IRS is hipper than you thought. The Service is on even on Twitter. For United States federal tax purposes, virtual currency is treated as property rather than currency. Like “real”…

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If you paid someone to care for your child, spouse, or dependent last year, you may be able to claim the Child and Dependent Care Credit on your federal income tax return. The credit is calculated on Form 2441 for filers of Form 1040 and Form 1040A. Here are some points you should know about…

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Have you ever received a bill or invoice that you disagreed with because you believed the amount charged was too high, the service provided was not performed adequately, or for some other reason? Have you ever, upon receiving such a bill, decided simply not to pay it, without taking any further action? Stop! Be more…

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If you are a New York resident-taxpayer, you will be taxed on your worldwide income as a resident, unless you can show that you do not maintain a permanent place of abode in New York and do not spend more than 30 days in New York in the taxable year. This provision is designed to…

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There are a growing number of illegal scams, predicated upon your filing of a tax return, that can have a disastrous effect on you financially. The scams can lead to significant tax penalties and interest and possible criminal prosecution. The offender may promise large tax refunds or questionable methods of avoiding the payment of taxes….

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