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Marc Jeremy Soss

Marc Soss’s Legal Guides

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  • What To Expect When Buying A Florida Short Sale Real Property

    THE HOUSING CRASH While most financial institutions will price the property at or around what it perceives to be market value, they are often willing to accept less to make a deal. These financial in

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  • Make Your Own Funeral Decisions Or Have Someone Else Make Them For You

    Avoid making your family guess as to your wishes This can require family members to guess how and where to dispose of the decedent’s body. This decision can become even more difficult and contentious

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  • A 2010 Tax Boost for Charitable Giving

    The Tax Relief, Unemployment Insurance Re-authorization and Job Creation Act of 2010, signed into law by President Obama on December 17, 2010, resurrect an expired tax provision and provide an increased incentive for charitable contributions. Originally enacted under the Pension ...

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  • What Does the 2010 Federal Tax Act Mean to Me?

    On December 17, 2010, President Obama signed into law The Tax Relief, Unemployment Insurance Re-authorization and Job Creation Act of 2010 (the 2010 Tax Act). The following is a primer on the changes made to the federal income, gift, estate and generation-skipping tax: FEDERAL I...

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  • Florida Probate Law - How a Personal Representative Must Deal with Federal Tax Issues

    Liability for Income and Estate Taxes On many occasions a Fiduciary may be placed into a position where assets passing outside the probate estate (life insurance, jointly held property, retirement ac

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  • Unmarried Taxpayer Allowed Head of Household Status and Dependency Exemptions

    History In 2005, Danita Leonard was unmarried and worked as a correctional officer at the Virginia Peninsula Regional Jail, She provided eighty (80%) percent of the 2005 household expenses for her ro

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