My daughter had a check deposited into her account without her knowledge and now the bank has put hold on my tax return money because of it. I am not on her account she is 27 years old and has been on my savings account since she was 5 or 6. Well when she opened her personal account some how the... Read more »
If you and your daughter have any joint accounts, and if either of you deposits a bad check that causes the bank to lose any money you can expect the bank either to debit your other account(s), or freeze your other accounts, or put a "hold" on your account so they can closely examine any...Read more »
Sounds like they tacked on $297 for some explainable reason. Probably a statutory minimum penalty plus costs imposed on all bad checks--so the people who write small ones will stop and think if a $44 bad check is worth $341?
ADVISE: Unless you pay the $341 in full and go to court, things...Read more »
If it helps to know it, you are only one of many thousands of Americans who have collectively lost billions of dollars to international fraud stings in the past few years. And I am sure the London police also told you there was nothing they could do about it; right? They were not lying.
The bank has a construction loan to the owners, the general contractor turned pay application in to the Architect, who certified it and sent to bank for payment. Subcontractor has gone to the bank, he a customer there and wants paid, while rest of application is not being paid at this time
Construction loans are disbursed piecemeal, as different phases are complete. The first phase includes paying the architect who drew the construction plans for the contractor to use when building the structure.
Today and I'm waiting on my disability funds. And the judge wants me back in court in June after I pay the check off its 591.00 dollars. He's talking about sentencing me in June now Wat does that mean. And is this check a misdemeanor or is it a felony
Although I am not authorized to practice law in Arkansas I am authorized (as are you) to Google "felony bad check in Arkansas" where you will read that "hot" checks in excess of $1,000 are felonies; hot checks totaling over $1,000 if written within 90 days of each other can...Read more »
If your only income for the year is $1,000 of interest, then you would not have an income tax filing requirement. The answer is different if someone else is claiming you as a dependent and the interest was over $1,050, then you would have a filing requirement.
Depends on the terms of the court order setting up the account. Some pay it out when the person is 21 or 25 or 30 so they won't blow the money on a car or other things.
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