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Questions about Offer in Compromise to Reduce Tax Debt

Questions about Offer in Compromise to Reduce Tax Debt

Tax debt is a heavy burden to bear. An oversight from the past or a clerical error can place significant strain on your current financial situation. Whether you owe a tax debt to the State of Indiana or the federal government, an offer in compromise (OIC) is one potential option […]

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Starting a Business in Indiana: What You Need to Know

Starting a Business in Indiana: What You Need to Know

Many Americans dream of owning their own business. Far fewer take action and make that dream a reality. Of those who do take the leap, about 50 percent are still in business after five years. A lot of factors determine which businesses survive and which don’t; planning well and seeking […]

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Indiana Child Support and Social Security Benefits

Indiana Child Support and Social Security Benefits

The methods used to calculate child support in Indiana can be confusing. Though the primary considerations are outlined in the Indiana Child Support Guidelines, many specific factors come into play. Social Security benefits are one of those factors. When it comes to understanding Indiana child support and Social Security benefits, […]

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Indiana Litigation Changes in the Age of COVID-19

Indiana Litigation Changes in the Age of COVID-19

The coronavirus pandemic has upended every aspect of our society, and legal proceedings are no exception. In Indiana, court operations during the state of emergency have varied by jurisdiction and court, with the Indiana Supreme Court issuing general orders but also granting specific authority and permissions to courts upon request. […]

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An Indiana Tax Lawyer Explains Injured Spouse Relief

An Indiana Tax Lawyer Explains Injured Spouse Relief

In the world of taxes, married couples are encouraged to file jointly on their income tax return. By doing this, the government provides couples with several benefits over married couples who file separately. However, filing jointly means one spouse’s return may be used to pay the other spouse’s accumulated debts. […]

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New Indiana Laws in 2020

New Indiana Laws in 2020

The Indiana General Assembly convenes every spring to consider and enact laws to govern our state. When passed, some laws become effective immediately, while others have a July 1 effective date. Hoosiers are bound by the new Indiana laws, but many may miss the announcement and unknowingly run afoul of […]

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Coparenting in Indiana in a Pandemic: What It Really Means

Coparenting in Indiana in a Pandemic: What It Really Means

Parenting can be challenging in the best of times. Coparenting from different households presents additional challenges, which increase significantly when you add a crisis like the COVID-19 pandemic. Coparenting in Indiana in a pandemic has had many living those challenges. By anticipating and learning how to resolve differences or concerns, […]

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