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To see if the property you are interested in buying or selling qualifies for a USDA Home Loan click here. Granted it may not work for many properties in Los Angeles, but a vacation home or income property you own may qualify.
There are two types of loans.
Section 502 Rural Housing Direct Loans.
Tags: 100% financing, low income loans, USDA rural loans
Posted In: Real Estate Reporter
Beginning January 1, 2009, if your personal income tax liability to California exceeds $80,000, or if you are required to make an estimated tax, or extension payment, that exceeds $20,000, you must send the payment electronically to the California Franchise Tax Board. Once either of these preconditions is met, all future payments regardless of type, amount, or tax year must be remitted electronically to the Franchise Tax Board by credit card, web pay, or Electronic Funds Withdrawal (EFW).
Taxpayers whose tax thresholds fall below the mandatory e-pay amounts listed above may request to discontinue making electronic payments. In March 2009, the California Franchise Tax Board will provide a waiver form for such taxpayers to file. [...]
Tags: tax, taxes
Posted In: Business Law Bulletin
$8,000 Federal Tax Credit for First Time Home Buyers.
The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 signed into law by President Obama provides "First Time Home Buyers" with an $8,000 Tax Credit. To qualify for the credit, the individual must: (1) purchase a new home, condominium, or town house that will be used as the individual's primary residence; (2) not have owned, or co-owned, a home within the past three years; (3) have an adjusted gross income less than $75,000 if single, and $150,000 if married; and (4) file [...]
Tags: california tax credits, first time home buyer, home buyer tax credits
Posted In: Real Estate Reporter
On January 29, 2009, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled unanimously in Crawford v. Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County, Tenn., that §704(a) of Title VII of the Civil Rights Act (the anti-retaliation provision) not only applies to employees who bring a complaint, but also to employees who disclose information regarding inappropriate behavior or illegal conduct in response to questions posed during an employer’s internal investigation. Facts [...]
Tags: retaliation, termination, wrongful
Posted In: Employment Law News
With the economy in a spiral, businesses both large and small are faced with the unpleasant task of implementing layoffs. For large businesses, they must comply with the Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification Act (WARN Act). Most small businesses, while exempt from the WARN Act, are barely staying afloat in a sea of potentially endless liabilities where the mere threat of a wrongful termination claim inches the company ever closer to having to declare bankruptcy. All business facing the potential of layoffs should familiarize themselves with: (1) [...]
Tags: lay offs, termination, warn act
Posted In: Business Law Bulletin Employment Law News
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