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As a result of the Healthcare and Education Reconciliation Act of 2010, passed in March, 2010, Code §1411 was placed in the tax law to generate what is referred to as a “3.8% Medicare tax,” which impacts general earnings as well as investments. Continue reading »
Mark Lee Levine of the law firm of Levine Segev LLC, will be teaching the International Real Estate Course, Global One, for individuals seeking the FIABCI International Real Estate Consultant (FIREC) designation.
FIABCI is the International Real Estate Federation, founded in 1949, and with its main office located in Paris. FIABCI addresses all real estate disciplines, including real estate law, brokerage, appraisal, property development, and property management, among others. Mark is a senior member of FIABCI, and serves as the Dean of all FIABCI Real Estate Education throughout the world.
[Originally published at http://www.levinesegev.com/blog/2010/02/attorney-mark-lee-levine-to-teach-at-fiabci-university/]
Levine Segev LLC is a proud sponsor of the Madden Museum of Art’s SALOTTO DILUMINOSO Exhibit. The Madden Museum of Art is located at 6363 South Fiddlers Green, Greenwood Village, Colorado, 80111.
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The weakened state of the U.S. economy has necessitated many actions by Congress. Prognosticators would argue that some of these actions are improper or unreasonable subsidies in various circumstances. Be that as it may, the anemic homebuilding market, and home sales market in general, coupled with residential defaults that have proliferated throughout the United States, have generated a desire by those in Congress, along with the President, to provide some stimulus to the home ownership position. Continue reading »
An increasing number of inexperienced landlords put themselves at risk for wrongfully withholding their tenants’ security deposits. The wrongful withholding of a security deposit could have harsh consequences under Colorado’s Wrongful Withholding of Security Deposits Act (the “Act”). Of course, Tenants need to know their rights, too. Continue reading »