How To Deal With Contractor Fraud

Contractor FraudOne of the most popular categories of fraud is the Contractor Fraud (also known as Home Building Fraud or Home Renovation Fraud). This term applies to the illegal practice of renovating, reforming, repairing, rebuilding personal property by misrepresentation of services, inflation of costs and project remuneration. It is usually practiced by small firms, or incredulous individuals that guarantee quick repairs for low prices. Generally, those repairs and upgrades are unnecessary, or even harmful for your property.

Do not forget that not all the contractors are con-artists – most of them are honest workers, but still be careful with all the warning signs that we will mention below and make sure you do everything possible to protect your budget and your property.

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Things You Should Know About Healthcare Programs Recipient Fraud

medicaid fraudEasy money have always been an attractive incentive for the majority of people. Some of us, are more likely to think that a little fraud will not lead to serious cases of criminal prosecution. For those who could not resist temptation – here are several things you should know about Medicaid Recipient Fraud.

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How to Find the Right Lender

piggyback-mortgage-house-familyWe all are daydreaming of a big and beautiful or small and cozy, but our own house. The process of buying a house can be, and in fact it is, very confusing and stressful. State and federal laws, current mortgage rates, tax considerations, your personal preferences and your financial situation – all these only add more headache to you.

One of the most confusing parts of the mortgage process can be figuring out all the different kinds of lenders that deal in home loans.

So, in order to get the best deal, or you have other special circumstances to address, understanding the different types of lenders can be a big plus.

There are direct lenders, retail lenders, mortgage brokers, portfolio lenders, correspondent lenders, wholesale lenders and others.

First, let’s define a lender and what he does. It is someone who lends money to another; it can be individual, public or private group. The money that was borrowed should be repaid with additional interest.

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Easy way to get rich – easy way to jail. Larceny Or Theft Is Not A Solution!

rrrrrrrrrrrrThe modern media popularizes the life of reach and beautiful. Everyone would like to have a better live and sometimes the desire of having more money or goods may lead to unlawful criminal actions. Some people think that stealing is the easiest way to get richer and that is the reason why larceny or theft are committed so often.

Criminal law basically categorizes larceny as a form of theft that means taking of someone else’s property without using force from the location different from their home.

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Larceny consists of unlawful taking of person’s property and carrying it away. In this case someone else’s property means that the larceny occurs when the property belongs to someone else. If the property is co-owned and it was stolen from the co-owners by another one, it is also larceny. Larceny occurs without the owner’s consent, what means that the owner didn’t give his approval to remove the property, and the taker’s intent is to permanently deprive the owner of use of his or her property.

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Spousal Support – the Financial Side of the Divorce

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No one gets married with the expectations that their marriage will fail. Unfortunately divorces happen very often between married couples and this process can become very stressful and emotional. Also such factors like division of the property, child custody or other financial issues can make things more tense.

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Today we are going to discuss one of the financial sides of the divorce, in particular spousal support. This is also called alimony or maintenance. Spousal support is referred to a monthly payment made buy one spouse to the other following a divorce, when the spouse is unable to meet his or her needs without financial assistance.

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