John P Fazzio III’s Guides

John P Fazzio III

Mahwah Foreclosure Attorney.

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  1. Basics of the NJ Foreclosure Mediation Program

    Written by attorney John Fazzio, over 1 year ago.

    Discusses When the NJ Foreclosure Mediation Program May Be Helpful And How Mediators Evaluate Potential Options for Defaulting Homeowners.

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  2. Top 10 Issues for Sellers

    Written by attorney John Fazzio, over 1 year ago.

    Top 10 Issues for Sellers REPRESENTING THE SELLER Top Ten Things a Seller Needs to Know 1.What is Attorney Review? After you review the other 9 issues that are most important for Sellers, you will begin the process of marketing your home to buyers and accepting offers. You may...

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  3. Best Choice of Legal Entity for a New Business Owner?

    Written by attorney John Fazzio, over 1 year ago.

    Should a business owner form a corporation or an LLC? Would it be better to simply operate as a sole proprietorship? To answer these questions, an entrepreneur should ask himself: 1 How many owners will there be? 2 Whatliabilities will thecompany have that could come back to h...

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  4. IRS FRESH START PROGRAM

    Written by attorney John Fazzio, over 1 year ago.

    Describes the new IRS program which relaxes the traditional requirements for Installment Plans and Offers-in-Compromise, offering taxpayers an unprecedented chance to settle their tax debt for more modest payments or lump sum settlements and allows taxpayers to get a "fresh start."

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  5. New Jersey Property Tax Appeals - Understanding Your NJ Tax Bill

    Written by attorney John Fazzio, over 3 years ago.

    How Is My Property Taxed in New Jersey? As a property owner, you are entitled to have your property valued using the fair market value, or what the property would sell for if you put it on the market

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  6. New Jersey Property Tax Appeals

    Written by attorney John Fazzio, over 3 years ago.

    1.How does Hoboken determine my property taxes? Hoboken calculates your property taxes by multiplying your propertys assessed value by the property tax rate for that given year. For Example: 2010 Assessed Value = $200,000 2010 Property Tax Rate = 4.745% 2010 Property Tax Bil...

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