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California State Tax On Forgiven Debt

California State Tax On Forgiven Debt. It is about time! There is no reason to let your home foreclose now. Contact Alvin Newton for all of your options. www.ShortSellOption.com CA. State Tax Forgiven Debt Relief http IRS Mortgage Tax Relief Act www.irs.gov Become A Fan On Facebook www.facebook.com Follow Me On Twitter www.twitter.com … Read entire article »

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City of Bell is a Microcosm of the State of California – Pedro Carrillo Outlines Budget Options

Pedro Carrillo, the City Administrator for the City of Bell, speaks of the financial challenges the City of Bell faces and the budgetary choices ahead. Mr. Carrillo states the “City of Bell is a Microcosm of the State of California” in that excess spending and pensions are leading the city to a path of insolvency and budgetary actions must be taken to ensure the city budget is in balance. My apologies to Dave Brian of Los Angeles’ KCAL 9 News for my recording his interview of Mr. Carrillo as they stood in front of City Hall in the City of Bell on 1-27-11. … Read entire article »

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Hello, Is there anyone familiar with foreclosure laws in WA state, my husband lost his house due to foreclosur?

Also the house he got here in AZ was sold but a short sale. the house in AZ had two loan mortages, but my question is how come the one mortage company is still sending him the papers on how much he owed when I thought in Az, if its short sale they cant go after him. … Read entire article »

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How long does a foreclosure take in the state of Maryland?

How long is the average time it takes to foreclosure on a home in the state of Maryland from beginning to end? … Read entire article »

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What is the legal defintion of improper passing in the State of Maine?

I am trying to find the legal definition of an improper pass in the state of Maine. I recently got a ticket for an “improper pass,” however when I began the pass the line was broken, but had just become solid when I completed the pass. I argued with the cop who could not clearly tell me why it was an inproper pass. I plan to contest the ticket so I need to locate the legal defintion of an improper pass in the state of Maine. Any help would be appreciated! … Read entire article »

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Washington state foreclosure question…Obama’s new law?

My mother-in-law is facing foreclosure. She has already received notice of a trustee sale and another bank bought her house and is posting notices in the door “asking” her to leave within ten days. She hired a lawyer a few months back but he hasn’t been about to help her to keep her house. A friend of mine said that because of a new law that Obama started, she can declare bankruptcy and keep her house, and that if she stays there they cannot force her to leave. Is any of that even remotely true? I am going to follow up with my own research but I’ve always seen great results from the yahoo answers group so I thought I’d throw it out here. Any … Read entire article »

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Ohio Secretary of State Jennifer Brunner on the Foreclosure Crisis Ally Financial Lawsuit

Democracy Now! Friday, October 8, 2010 Calls are growing for a nationwide moratorium on home foreclosures following the recent revelations that major lenders may have committed fraud while forcing thousands of people out of their homes. On Thursday the White House announced President Obama will not sign a bill approved by Congress that could have made it easier for banks to foreclose. We discuss the latest in the foreclosure crisis with Ohio Secretary of State Jennifer Brunner. This week, Ohio filed a lawsuit accusing the lender Ally Financial and its GMAC Mortgage division of fraud in approving scores of foreclosures. … Read entire article »

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Coast To Coast AM – 29.1.2011 – 1/12 – State Bailouts & Bankruptcy

MP3 hotfile.com In the first half of the program, monetary historian Andy Gause joined Ian Punnett to discuss the serious ramifications if states start filing for bankruptcy protection. According to Gause, many states have unfunded pension obligations that they are legally required to pay but have no way of meeting. California, for example, owes half a trillion dollars to its public servants. The state may choose to increase the tax burden on its residents or possibly seek to restructure this debt through bankruptcy, he explained. Municipalities such as Vallejo, CA, which recently emerged from bankruptcy, may set a precedent for state-level bankruptcy, Gause suggested. And a real threat of bankruptcy could compel the federal government to step in with a bailout. “I think you’re going to see a bit of … Read entire article »

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Ron Paul: Stop the Police State, Repeal the PATRIOT Act

Please like, share, subscribe & comment! 01/03/2011 RonPaulButtons.com http www.RonPaulNews.com http www.house.gov www.DailyPaul.com http www.RonPaul2012podcast.com Stop the Police State, Repeal the PATRIOT Act! by Ron Paul The year 2011 brings in a host of opportunities and challenges to America. Will we accelerate toward economic insolvency by continuing the policies that have created this crisis, or will a new Congress elected on the energy of the Tea Party movement find the courage to change course? With the new Republican majority in the House I will have the opportunity as a subcommittee chairman to take a careful look at our domestic monetary policy. I’m excited by the prospect of real oversight of the Federal Reserve, but I also hope to focus on the important ways in which our foreign policy and monetary … Read entire article »

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What can a lawyer do in Washington state to stop a home foreclosure in my mom’s situation?

My mom and my step dad have declared bankruptcy one or two times in the last 10 years. My older brother now lives with them because his health hasn’t been so great for some time. Needless to say their credit isn’t so good after filing for bankruptcys. Now I hear the bank has gone to foreclose their home and they say to us, their adult children that they have their lawyer working on it but don’t tell us much else. My parents havent made such great choices about their money in the past so we are pretty skeptical. Not only that a majior reason why they are in this finacial hell is because my step dad fell for an internet e-mail scam. I and … Read entire article »

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