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Should You Consider a Postnuptial Agreement?

A postnuptial agreement, like a prenuptial agreement, is a legal contract that sets forth how marital property should be divided if the couple divorces. The only difference is that a prenuptial agreement is executed before marriage, and a postnuptial agreement … Continue reading

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IRS Policy Targets U.S. Passports: Congress Should Reverse It | National Review

The U.S. government is building the world’s largest debtors’ prison: the United States. Beginning this month, the Internal Revenue Service will begin denying passports to some American citizens with unpaid taxes and, in some cases, revoking the passports of Americans … Continue reading

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Testimony: Idaho Should Consider Decoupling from the Pass-Through Deduction

Written Testimony to the House Revenue and Taxation Committee, Idaho Legislature February 17, 2018 Chairman Collins, Acting Vice Chair Kauffman, and Members of the Committee: My name is Nicole Kaeding, and I’m an economist and the Director of Special Projects … Continue reading

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What Should You Do If You’re Injured In A Car Accident?

When you or a loved one are involved in a car accident, the most important thing to do is get to safety and get medical care for any injuries. However, in the midst of scary and unexpected car accidents, many … Continue reading

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Should You File Chapter 7 or 13 Bankruptcy to Clear Medical Debt in CA?

Bankruptcy may be able to help you reduce or erase your medical debt. However, medical debts are handled differently in each type, or “chapter,” of bankruptcy in California. Therefore, it is important to understand how bankruptcy affects medical debt before … Continue reading

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