Legal Advice for Insurance Premiums — 8 results
Written by attorney Howard M Lewis, over 2 years ago.
Any insurance policy on divorce will charge you a premium commensurate with the benefit amount. The premium will basically depend on the nature of your policy. These policies are sold in... more
Written by attorney Henry Lively, almost 4 years ago.
A question often asked is whether you can deduct the Insurance Premiums that you pay on your mortgagte for tax purposes.
Yes you can treat amounts you paid during 2010 for qualified... more
Written by attorney Raushanah Rodgers, over 1 year ago.
How being a safe and smart driver translates to keeping money in your pocket. How a lawyer may lesson the financial blow you'd otherwise experience if you go about handling a traffic... more
Written by attorney Henry Lively, about 4 years ago.
How do you Treat Mortgage Insurance Premiums for Tax Purposes?
can treat amounts you paid during 2010 for qualified mortgage insurance
as home mortgage interest. The insurance must... more
Written by attorney Alexandra Filutowski, almost 2 years ago.
Obama Care, also known as Affordable Care Act (ACA), requires states to offer various levels of health insurance plans to residents by October 1, 2013. Will your premium go up or down? Do... more
Written by attorney David P. Gilbert, over 3 years ago.
When applying for new insurance coverage or renewing a current policy, insurance companies will review an assortment of factors when determining whether to continue to insure you or accept... more
Written by attorney Daniel Buttafuoco, about 4 years ago.
Insurance premiums are skyrocketing due to lawsuits.
Premiums may be going up, but lawsuits have nothing to do with it. The more likely culprits are rising medical costs and insurance-... more
Written by attorney Leslie Sammis, over 6 years ago.
The New FR-44 Requirement After A Florida DUI Conviction The State of Florida has just increase the amount a DUI conviction will cost you by passage of the new FR-44 requirement under... more