I work on a "Q&A website" that pays people to ask questions, who at the end of year sends a 1099-Misc form, classifying me as an "independent contractor". I currently earn 1K every month on this site. I've earned 6K up to this point throughout the year. Per their guidelines, they can ban people... Read more »
Lawyers who like good reviews apparently like to answer questions about the future; I am not one because no one on this planet can predict the future. The short answer to your questions is yes. Whether you will win is unknowable.
I am living on ramen, bypassing medical, letting people go, in order to keep that place open. I was told by someone that I should file for bancruptcy because would be same initial hit to my credit score if I did debt consolidation/settlement....but if they take and sell my mechanic shop's... Read more »
Although I do not have any Florida court cases nor Florida statutes to cite to you in support of this opinion, I still will advise you not to try to evade any Florida law by storing liquor in any place not zoned for the sale of liquor. If you want to check me and my advice out you should call the...Read more »
The newly formed corporation now bills the employer and gets paid because the money goes to the corporation and not the individual. Child support is not aware of the new arrangement and thus the individual has been paid with no child support being deducted. Is this a legal way to avoid paying child... Read more »
Child support will still be owed, and the person can be found in contempt for non-payment, and the court can impose sanctions in that person. The person to whom it is owned should use the Find a Lawyer tab to retain a local attorney to file with the court seeking to have the person held in...Read more »
I'm sorry for your mom's heart attack. Contact the hospital administration where your mom is staying. The billing and collections department could try to investigate what insurance programs she may have coverage under. If her workplace did not provide insurance, contact the social services...Read more »
I am the founder of a Texas non-profit corporation (Corporated in the State of Texas) and also Chairman/CEO. I applied for the EIN being used under my own info (Name, SSN) on the IRS site. I’m stepping down completely from operations due to conflict of interest with the board and need help in how... Read more »
Non-profits don't have owners. They a board of directors and officers. When you applied for the EIN you listed yourself as a responsible party that can be changed by filing a form 8822-B or by filing Form 990.
You can't establish a non-profit under your SSN so you may have an unqualified...Read more »
Hello, I dissolved a corporation back in September and I'm not receiving notices from the Calif. Franchise Tax Board that I owe in excess of $900 for back "taxes" in 2018, which I think is the $800 annual fee. Am I still responsible to pay this? or can I ignore these notices since the corporation... Read more »
Operated a auto repair shop in NY in 1999. Had CPA do my taxes and paid what he said that I owed for sales tax tax for year 1999 which was around $500. Later got notice that I owed more than I had paid so I contacted CPA and he said he would take care of the issue. Had unfortunate events occur in... Read more »
I sell magnetic therapy bracelets online. They are not proven to have any benefits with studies, but I want to run an ad that has a picture of a bracelet and also a before/after of a woman who lost weight. Does this fall under false advertisement and can I get sued.
I am not a licensed architect but did graduate from a NAAB certified architecture school. I plan on doing some small freelance work as a side business, so I was wondering how to market my services. Can I call myself an architectural designer? Can I have a website titled: "my name" architecture?... Read more »
Rather than spend several unproductive hours researching all the many professions to see if there is some legal prohibition to using certain terms that could mis-lead the public I will advise you to Google each term you are interested in and then click on the many organizations that turn up in each...Read more »
Small production company with known reputable owner relies on its contract with major casting website to gain actors for play. Website employee arbitrarily suddenly cancels contract denying production company information with actor’s contact info that applied for positions causing immediate... Read more »
Greetings. This is a service contract dispute. The dispute will be governed by the contract. You need a lawyer to review the contract and determine your rights and remedies. For example, if there is a paragraph or clause in a contract that dictates when and why one party may terminate the...Read more »
He lunged at me and started to swing the machete in a menacing manner while saying “I’m going to kill you.” If I understand the NEBRASKA laws correctly this is the crime of a terroristic threat and additionally, very likely a hate crime. What procedure should I follow in regards to this incident?
Terrorist threats is a crime. You can call the non-emergency law enforcement phone number and request to make a report. It would then be up to the county attorney whether to file criminal charges based on that report or not.
If you are in fear that this person may come after you, can may...Read more »
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