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 Is there a maximum amount that a federal lawyer can charge a defendant in a criminal case?

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What is the maximum amount of fees that a lawyer can charge for a disability claim?

You have the right to legal representation for your Social Security disability case. According to the Social Security Administration, a disability attorney may only charge $6,000 or 25 percent of y... Read More »
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What is the maximum amount employers can take out for federal tax?

Although there is no maximum dollar amount employers can take out for federal taxes, the Internal Revenue Service imposes a $106,800 upper income limit for Social Security taxes, as of 2010.Referen... Read More »
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Will a doctor's office write off an amount that the insurance deems over the maximum billable amount that they allow?

Answer Yes, if they are on the provider list. AnswerYes ONLY IF they are obligated to do so under a network agreement. If your insurance company determines that procedure X should not exceed $10... Read More »
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Removing Federal Criminal Offenses From Your Criminal Record?

If you have been convicted of a federal crime, the only way that you can have the offenses completely removed from your record is to prove government misconduct. Without proof of misconduct you can... Read More »
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