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Where To Find Arrest Records In New York Online

01st November 2012
New York State provides the general public with vast opportunities that they can get to make their desires become reality. Running a business in the Empire State requires great belief and courage for your ventured industry. You need some workers to make t... Read >
Author: Gian Maclure

Top 10 Business-Friendly Cities in New York State

03rd March 2011
New York State has approximately 62 cities, with many very small and others like New York City very large. Many businesses come to New York State to start or transfer their business to the area because much of the state is very business oriented. However,... Read >
Author: Orlando Ring

New York State Certificate of Relief from Disiabilities for Convicts

15th June 2010
The general purpose of obtaining a Certificate of Relief from Disabilities ("Certificate") in New York is for employment purposes. The Certificate restores some of the rights that automatically forfeited due to a felony conviction - it relives the holder ... Read >
Author: Robert Palmer

New York state income tax audit Q&A

12th February 2010
If you're a salaried employee and perform any work in New York state you are subject to New York state income tax. Executives and other highly compensated individuals are common targets for audit. The following addresses common questions by salaried emplo... Read >
Author: The Law Offices of Ronny Buni

How to Cite Sources in MLA Style

05th January 2010
The Works Cited page in MLA Style is important to your thesis or dissertation because it gives readers a list of sources you used to reach your conclusions. A well-researched paper will have high-quality sources. With MLA Style, you list these sources on ... Read >
Author: Brian Scott

How Much Is Child Support In New York State?

22nd December 2009
How Much Is Child Support In New York State? By David Storobin The amount of child support depends on the parents' income: . 17% of the combined parental income for one child; . 25% of the combined parental income for two children; . 29% of the c... Read >
Author: marryzalaa

Holocaust Reparations

30th December 2008
War reparation payments made by the Federal Republic of Germany to Holocaust survivors and payments made under the Austrian General Social Insurance Act are considered exempt as income and resources for purposes of Medicaid eligibility for home care and n... Read >
Author: mpetroff

6 Ways to Challenge An Insurer's Denial of Your (Late) Notice of Claim

01st September 2008
Copyright (c) 2008 Law Offices of Jonathan Cooper In our prior article entitled "5 Rules to Succeed in Filing an Insurance Claim," we provided tips to avoid some of the insurance industry's favorite gambits for denying rightful claims, including the in... Read >
Author: Jonathan Cooper

Ballerina Teresa Reichlen - Gives Performance Lessons To Students, Athletes and Artists

03rd July 2008
Teresa Reichlen of the New York City Ballet is a premier dancer in the competitive and demanding world of ballet but, as a person, she remains centered and inspired by her art. Her poised, serene face, long legs and elegant jumps have made her a soloist a... Read >
Author: CerMike

What is an "Infant Compromise"?

25th April 2008
The N.Y.S. Unified Court System, in its on-line Glossary of Legal Terms (see http://www.courts.state.ny.us/lawlibraries/glossary.shtml#) has the following definition: Infant's compromise: a civil proceeding or motion for obtaining court approval of the... Read >
Author: Gary Rosenberg

Which City Really Does Have The Most Restaurants Per Capita?

23rd November 2006
Travel to most city websites around the net and you'll be surprised by how many purport to have more restaurants per capita than anywhere else. This is claimed by San Francisco; Madison, Wisconsin; Washington DC; and Shreveport, Louisiana. At least Canadi... Read >
Author: Kevin Fields
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