Options for Lawsuit Settlement Winners Receiving Periodic Payments

On January 22,2002, President George W. Bush signed into law a bill that protects individuals who must sell their structured settlement payments to meet unplanned financial needs. H.R.2884Victims of Terrorism Tax Relief Act of 2001 (Signed by the President January 22,2002)) Under a structured settlement, a lawsuit plaintiff will not... Read More

A Structured Lawsuit Settlement Seemed Like a Good Idea at One Time

You are receiving payments spread out over months, years, even a lifetime. It's great when the money arrives but the payments are often too small or too spread out to really satisfy your needs. Careful research could yield more of your cash faster. There are some half dozen financial institutions... Read More

The Cash Now Question

If you have ever been in a bind for cash you know the stress, the weight of not being able to pay your bills. In these desperate times, desperate measures are often taken. Expensive loans, overused credit cards, and a snowball of events quickly complicate your financial position. Once the... Read More

How To Form a UK Limited Company

When starting a business, a large number of people go down the route of forming a limited company or, to give it its full title, a limited liability company.The alternative for someone starting up in business on their own is to trade as a sole-trader. There is less formal paperwork... Read More

Structured Settlement as an Investment Vehicle

You always hear people talking about the latest investment vehicle they're using. It's water cooler talk, dinner table talk, phone talk, it's everywhere talk. People are always looking for a way to invest their money that might be a little 'different' from what others are doing. Buying a structured settlement... Read More

Offshore Asset Protection Trusts for US Citizens

When it comes to discussing offshore anything and US citizens - from offshore trusts to investments, from offshore banking to company incorporation - it's important to note the following facts: -- US citizens are taxed on their worldwide income. This includes income from interest, dividends and gains whether onshore or... Read More

Consider a Structured Settlement?

Structured settlements have been around for a long time however their popularity has steadily increased over the past 6 years. In 1999 only 7% of insurance settlements that were under $7,000 were completed as structured settlements. While we don't have hard data for the current year, the number is much... Read More

A Revolutionary Fundraising Opportunity -- Life Settlements

Amid fundraisers' growing concerns about the current charitable giving climate, dampened by the erratic stock market and shaky economy, a new fundraising opportunity has emerged ? Life Settlements.What is a Life Settlement? A Life Settlement is the sale of an existing life insurance policy for a lump sum of cash... Read More

When Should You Not Cash Out Your Annuity?

You should not cash out your annuity when it's not in your best interest. Here are 3 reasons it might not be in your best interest; it's too soon, you don't have a good enough reason, it will cost you too much. Every day someone cashes out their annuity or... Read More

The Cost of Not Having Money

The self-esteem factor of not having enough money is underestimated. You know what I mean don't you? The agony of financially struggling and the ecstasy of financial abundance are dramatically different moments in a person's life. And I for one would choose the abundance over the struggling any day.A particular... Read More

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A team of experts has located the wreck of a merchant ship that vanished in the Bermuda Triangle in 1925.
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If This Describes You, Dont Cash out Your Annuity

There are companies that purchase future payments. Personal injury settlements... Read More

Structured Settlements Offer Advantages over Lump-Sum Payments

A structured settlement, which offers injury victims cash payments through... Read More

How To Form a UK Limited Company

When starting a business, a large number of people go... Read More

Should You Sell Your Structured Settlement?

The courts have just awarded you a settlement in the... Read More

What is Structured Settlement?

Because it is tailor-made for individual cases, the structure may... Read More

When Should You Not Cash Out Your Annuity?

You should not cash out your annuity when it's not... Read More

Options for Lawsuit Settlement Winners Receiving Periodic Payments

On January 22,2002, President George W. Bush signed into law... Read More

Individual Voluntary Arrangements. IVA

What is an IVA?There is an alternative to bankruptcy called... Read More

What is a Trust and what are the Benefits?

Trusts are becoming a popular way to structure business and... Read More

Structured Settlement ? Guaranteed Income for those with Disabilities

Up until twenty years ago, anyone who won a lawsuit... Read More

Class Action Lawsuits

First of all, let me say that anyone who has... Read More

Structured Settlements Are Like Ants

Ants are powerful creatures. The powerful ant legs are able... Read More

Making Backwards Choices

I was reading this past week about a woman who... Read More

The Cash Now Question

If you have ever been in a bind for cash... Read More

Structured Settlement as an Investment Vehicle

You always hear people talking about the latest investment vehicle... Read More

A Structured Lawsuit Settlement Seemed Like a Good Idea at One Time

You are receiving payments spread out over months, years, even... Read More

A Revolutionary Fundraising Opportunity -- Life Settlements

Amid fundraisers' growing concerns about the current charitable giving climate,... Read More

What is a Structured Settlement

A Structured Settlement is an agreement between a personal injury... Read More

Investing in Structured Settlements

Often some derelict will be awarded some huge amount of... Read More

The Cost of Not Having Money

The self-esteem factor of not having enough money is underestimated.... Read More

Structured Settlement Factoring

Have you received a structured settlement recently? A structured settlement... Read More

Offshore Asset Protection Trusts for US Citizens

When it comes to discussing offshore anything and US citizens... Read More

Lucky

Have you ever looked around and wondered how everyone is... Read More

Unstructured Settlement

Me'Lisa Delaney, 43, is brain-injured as a result of a... Read More

Keeping the Lawsuit End in Mind

2 key points to stay focused on, as you are... Read More