How To Get Your Money Back After Bailing Someone Out Of Jail

Posted on: 18 April 2018

If you bail someone out of jail, then you are putting your credit on the line. You have to sign a contract with the bond agent. A bail bond is an insurance policy that guarantees the defendant to show up in court. After doing a favor for a friend, it is common to want your money back as soon as possible. Read on to find out how to get your money back after bailing someone out of jail.
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3 Useful Steps When Conducting An Estate Sale

Posted on: 29 January 2018

After a family member passes on, their house and possessions in it may be left over. The best course of action for liquidating everything, if your family is in agreement, is to have an estate sale. An estate sale service, like Remember When Estate Sales, LLC, can help you with this process. You can ensure this sale's success by taking these actions.  Establish an Inventory Going through your loved one's possessions may seem chaotic, especially if they have a lot.
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Four Retirement Planning Mistakes You Need To Avoid If You're Single

Posted on: 26 November 2017

Successfully planning for financial comfort during one's retirement can be especially challenging for single people. If you're single and you live entirely independently, you're going to face some unique challenges when it comes to retiring. You're only going to have one income to rely on while you're working. Once you retire, you'll have to make do with only the retirement provisions your career offered. Nevertheless, you can enjoy a comfortable retirement as a single person by avoiding the following four mistakes:
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Two Reasons A Person May Be Denied A Fiduciary Bond

Posted on: 7 October 2017

A fiduciary bond is a type of insurance that protects heirs and beneficiaries of an estate from the bad actions of the executor of the estate. The bond pays out if the executor steals money or otherwise causes financial losses. Many states require administrators to obtain fiduciary bonds before they can proceed with their duties. While they're generally easy to obtain, here are two reasons why a bond company may reject someone's application:
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