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7 Reasons You Might Have Been Turned Down For A Refund Anticipation Loan

Shutterstock Tax season officially opens on January 29, 2018, and that means that the rush to benefit from a tax refund has already started. The law now requires the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) to hold refunds tied to the Earned … Continue reading

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How Can I Handle a Student Loan Default?

There are multiple consequences you could face if you were to default on your student loans. Your wages and income tax refunds could be garnished to satisfy the debts. You could be reported to the three credit bureaus. The full … Continue reading

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Lenders Representation That Borrower “Qualified” For Loan Not A Representation Borrower Could

Question: Is a lenders representation to a borrower that the borrower can "qualify" for a mortgage loan a representation that the borrower can also "afford" the loan? Answer: No, according to the First District Court of Appeal in Perlas v. … Continue reading

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Latest Roundup of Indian Cases Shows Courts Tackling Marketing Intangibles, Loan Guarantees

A recent survey of Indian transfer pricing cases reveals that while the country's international tax appellate tribunals are beginning to touch on substantive transfer pricing issues, such as the treatment of marketing intangibles and loan guarantees, many of the ITAT … Continue reading

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Mortgage Loan Fraud Suspicious Activity Reports Increasing

In a Second Quarter 2011 Analysis of mortgage loan fraud suspicious activity reports, financial institutions filed 29,558 Mortgage Loan Fraud SARs in the second quarter of 2011, up from 15,727 reported in the same quarter of 2010. Read more detail … Continue reading

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