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 Can the irs file a lien against my retirement accounts?

Answer The IRS can put a lien on personal property that is owed before and after the lien goes into affect. The IRS can put a lien on homes, bank accounts, wages, social security benefits and even retirem... Read More »
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Does a homeowners association in Florida have to give notice to the property owner of their intent to file a lien prior to filing a lien?

Read your governing documents to determine your responsibilities and how they figure into any lien process. Usually, your assessments represent a statutory lien on your title, which is made formal ... Read More »
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Are our retirement accounts safe?

The safety of your retirement account depends on the type that you have. The Washington State Department of Financial Institutions state that Individual Retirement Accounts are currently insured up... Read More »
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Are retirement accounts insured above $100,000?

Retirement accounts are insurable up to $250,000, according to the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation. However, this does not apply to each account--the FDIC considers all accounts where you con... Read More »
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Are SEC 125 retirement accounts deductible?

Section 125 plans are not deductible. However, these plans, also called "Cafeteria Plans," allow employees to put aside funds in an account for certain benefits on a pre-tax basis. For instance, an... Read More »
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