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Shouldn't the landlord have insurance that covers my stuff in case the house burns down? Answer: It is a common misconception among renters that their personal property is covered by the landlord's insurance in case of fire, theft or other disaster.
A large-scale international effort to help Jewish victims of the Holocaust redress claims of lost property confiscated, looted or forcibly sold under the Nazi regime was jumpstarted this week with the unveiling of a large, publicly available and
The threshold for the government placing an automatic lien on delinquent taxpayers has been raised from $5,000 to $10,000. Small businesses owing less than $25,000 will now be able to make installment payments on IRS debt, whereas the old limit was $
Joel Tucker, homeless for most of the past four years, sometimes camps in makeshift shelters on public rights of way. In March 2010, while he was away from his campsite near Interstate 205 and Southeast 92nd Avenue, state employees swept through the
A home is perhaps the biggest asset for most people; the belongings in it comes a close second. It then makes complete sense to ensure that your home and its contents are adequately insured. In fact, some lenders require home insurance before they
The city has collected a fraction of the $3.1 million it's seeking to recoup from real estate scofflaws through a tax amnesty program that began nearly two months ago. Since Feb. 1, owners of 13 properties have paid a total of $69,000 -- 2 percent of
The Routt County Assessor reminds all persons owning, possessing, or controlling taxable personal property (furnishings, equipment and other movable personal property) that the deadline for filing a Personal Property Declaration Schedule is April 15.
The Wichita Eagle The delinquent Sedgwick County personal property tax bills going out in the mail this week are a bit more in-your-face than they have been in the past...Residents owe more than $1.8 million in back personal property taxes those
Monday 21 March 2011 From October 2011, Australian businesses will benefit from significant changes to commercial law. The reform will bring significant elements of commercial law under a single, national system and will focus on secured lending and
It will likely take at least three years for the Ohio Board of Tax Appeals to rule on Duke Energy's request to pay less in personal property taxes. That likely means three or four years of budget-cutting for hundreds of local cities, villages and