Reasonable Causes To Request Abatement Of Penalties On Late Tax Returns

Some individual tax filers are unable to file a tax return in a timely manner because of circumstances beyond their control. If the delayed return results in a balance due, penalties are assessed on the overdue tax. Late filers with a justifiable reason for the delay may be able to reduce the associated penalties by requesting a penalty abatement. For late tax returns showing a balance due, a failure-to-file penalty and a failure-to-pay penalty are assessed. [Read More]

The Benefits Of A Workers' Comp Lawyer

If you were injured on the job, then you might actually have an opportunity to get some money in the form of workers' compensation.  So what is workers' comp? Workers' compensation is a unique system that exists to get you the money that you deserve if you were injured while performing a function related to your work. Work-related injuries can cause you extreme stress, prevent you from working, and lead to massive medical bills. [Read More]

3 Myths About Living Abroad And Getting Social Security Disability Benefits

If you are thinking about living abroad and currently receive Social Security disability benefits, you are still entitled to your benefits. Make sure you don't fall for these four myths about living abroad and not getting your Social Security benefits. Myth #1: You Don't Have To Tell The Social Security Office You're Moving Many individuals wrongly assume that as long as they keep a bank account here in the United States where their benefits can be automatically deposited, they don't have to let the Social Security office know that they are moving abroad. [Read More]

Unconventional Ways To Co-Parent After A Divorce

Divorce is difficult for everyone, but it can be especially difficult for couples with children. There are many different custody arrangements divorced parents can make, but there are some you may not have heard about. Here are a few unconventional custody arrangements for divorced parents. 1. Co-Parenting In most traditional custody arrangements, one parent will receive primary custody (often this is the mother) and the other will have partial custody or visitation rights. [Read More]