Monthly Archives: June 2019

What is an NDA?

What is an NDA? If you watch politically-based and/or courtroom dramas, chances are that you have heard the term “NDA” quite often. It usually signifies some sort of confidential information is being hidden or people are being legally forbidden to speak on something. The
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Identity Theft | Protecting Your Identity

Identity theft, Protecting Your Identity Every person has identifying information that allows them to conduct financial transactions, access medical documents, and partake in certain services. Each identifying information is unique to the individual and, as such, must be protected from theft. In California, it is
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Open Carry Laws in California

Open Carry Laws in California As of 2012, it is illegal to openly carry loaded and unloaded handguns in California. According to California Penal Code 26350 PC, people are not allowed to openly carry an exposed handgun, on themselves or inside a vehicle, while they
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Would You Have to Pay Taxes on Personal Injury Awards?

Would You Have to Pay Taxes on Personal Injury Awards? Hopefully, we never have to worry about personal injury awards we receive. However, if such eventuality befalls us, we generally need not be worried about reporting such awards for income taxes purposes. Let us further analyze this. NONTAXABLE INCOME: PAYMENTS
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How Could You Save On Purchasing a Car?

How Could You Save On Purchasing a Car? Most of us have purchased a car. Nonetheless, we all might have missed some small details that could have saved us a few thousand dollars. These would include knowing what Annual Percentage Rate (APR) we are eligible for before financing,
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When Should You and Should Not Refinance?

When Should You and Should Not Refinance? Some homeowners may think refinancing to a lower rate is always the best idea. Let us analyze when you should refinance if you can, and when you should not do so. 1. REFINANCE, IF YOU CAN In fact, you should
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How Should You Read Fine Prints of a Contract?

How Should You Read Fine Prints of a Contract? We have all seen contracts with fine prints. They are very difficult to understand and yet we feel obligated to sign them because we need to get the credit card, lease the car or download a product. In such circumstances,
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Mislabeling Food – California Health Code

Mislabeling Food – California Health Code When you enter a restaurant or a store, it is the signage that explains the foods being offered and the ingredients they contain. In California, the state takes legal measures to ensure the protection and safety of consumers. Therefore, if
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Counterfeiting Prescription Blanks for Controlled Substances

Counterfeiting Prescription Blanks for Controlled Substances In the world of medicine, there are many regulations and codes that must be upheld. The California Health and Safety Code delineates the laws regarding proper actions. One of the actions it penalizes is the counterfeiting of prescription blanks. When
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California Inheritance Laws

California Inheritance Laws In California, there are inheritance laws that determine how the estate of a deceased individual can be divided and inherited. The core of inheritance laws comes down to wills. There is a drastic difference between the legal ramifications of dying
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