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Financial Planning / Tax Strategies
|Subject: 3 questions||Date: 4/16/2000 5:25 PM|
|Author: oreck||Number: 34470 of 122917|
I heard that if you live in florida and have a home there and other assets, that there is some law in Florida law that prevents a person from ever seizing your assets/properties...is this true and how can I learn more about the specifics of this law?
I heard that in florida a person can somehow file for bankrupcy and never pay a federal tax or any tax on his/her business/corporation and that this is a hot issue there for tax avoiders...is this true and how can I learn more about this?
I learned about a site on the web called "paymybills.com" and they are asking $8.95 a month for this service, my question is I heard that some banks have free websites/software that can do the same service for free. What is the difference and advantages of using each?
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