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How does one become a notary?

A:  In California you have to apply, pass background, submit finger prints, take a 1 days class and pass the test....

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How does one collect a debt by filing a UCC claim in Arizona if you are from Mexico?

A:  You have to go to court......

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How does one drive a fake cop car around?

A:  Don''t drive it. Flatbed it....

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My son was born in the USA and I am a British citizen how does he get his British passport?

A:  Assuming you were born in the UK of British or settled parents, your son is automatically a British citizen by descent. This means that unlike you, who are British by birth (I assume), he cannot pass on his citizenship to children born outside the UK as citizenship by descent only passes down one generation. f you register his birth at a British Consulate you will be issued with a British birth certificate, however it''s not necessary to do this, as you can apply for a passport by producing your birth cert with the application. This all depends on how you are a British citizen. If you were born in the UK or naturalised as a British citizen, then he is a British citizen by descent. If you were not born in the UK yourself, he is not a British citizen. Assuming that he is a British citizen,...

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How does one evaluate whether a bail bondsman is legitimate?

A:  Like any business, there are good and bad eggs. I would say that as a rule of thumb, if you are hearing different prices from calling around...do not take the lowest price. All bonding companies need to pay a portion of the premium paid to our insurance company, so no bail company is going to go so low as to take money from their own pocket to pay for your bail. Some ways to check if they are legitimate are to check out the BBB, see if they have basic things like a website, listing on yellowpages, etc. but that doesn''t necessarily make you legitimate. A bondsman should be direct, to the point and with my clients, it is a pretty easy process. I do not play the sales game with quoting low prices below the state regulated rate, and then negotiate as I go along. I...

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How does one ensure that they are getting all the tax credits they are eligible for?

A:  The proverbial red flag. Using a tax preparer that is familiar with tax laws and changes, is the best way to avoid any red flags. It may cost a little up front for their knowledge and expertise, but in the long run it will save a lot in penalties and interest. Under reporting income is one of the biggest flags....

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How does property not covered by a trust get divided?

A:  The situation you describe is a common one, since many people put only their most valuable property in a trust, or acquire property after a trust is set up but neglect to transfer it into the trust. To prevent confusion, most people who have a trust also have a simple will that provides a backup plan for any property that doesn’t make it into the trust. And that will sometimes names people or organizations to take the property other than those specified to take the property in the trust. If there is no will, any property that isn’t transferred by a living trust or other method, such as joint tenancy, will go to the person''s closest relatives as determined by a hierarchy set out in state law....

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How does One Record a Loan When Using Cash Basis Accounting?

A:  A loan is never considered income unless you are fogiven it and the person or company reports its as a forgiveness of debt. You would debit cash for the amount of the funds received and credit Loans payable for the amount of the loan. If fees were deducted from the loan amount and the cash received is less than the loan amount, you would debit an expense account for the difference. There is not taxes due on a loan as the repayment iof the loan principal s not considered an expense. You would deduct the interest paid on the loan as an expense. I hope the about information helps you. www.taxesfcg.com A loan is not considered income. A loan is a liability that you mean to pay back. If you are on cash basis accounting, you would record the cash you received from the loan on the day...

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My brother inherited a car which he''s paid off in Texas. Now, how does he get the car title in his name?

A:  If he inherited the vehicle, the executor of the will has transferred ownership to him. If he didn''t get those documents several years ago, he needs to contact the administrator. Frankly he shouldn''t have been paying without them....

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How does Oregon handle out of state traffic tickets? Specifically, a California speeding ticket?

A:  The best advice is to avoid getting convicted in California, which you can do by going to traffic school online from Oregon. Find your California court here, and follow the ''traffic'' link: http://www.courtinfo.ca.gov/courts/find....