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Monthly Archives: May 2012
California Couple Loses $18.5 Million Charitable Deduction on Technicality | Total Return | WSJ | Laura Saunders | 5/30/12
With regret, a U.S. Tax Court judge denied Joseph and Shirley Mohamed, a wealthy Sacramento, Calif., couple a deduction for $18.5 million they took after donating valuable properties to charity because they didn’t attach a proper appraisal to the donation … Continue reading
Mom Sues Doctor for Failed Abortion – Botched Abortion Raises New Ethical Quandaries | The Washington Post | Delia Lloyd | 5/29/12
LONDON — A 24-year-old woman in Mallorca, Spain sought an abortion at a health services clinic when she was seven weeks’ pregnant. Two weeks later, she returned to the clinic and was told that the abortion had worked. Six months … Continue reading
Under a new policy, native-born Pennsylvanians who have never had a driver’s license, and lack a paper copy of their own birth certificate, can go to a PennDOT motor license center, fill out a one-page form and have their birth … Continue reading
Filial Responsibility Law Makes Son Liable for Mother’s Nursing Home Bill | Forbes | Bernard A. Krooks | 5/24/12
John Pittas, a Pennsylvania man has been found liable for the $93,000 unpaid nursing home bill of his mother, who has moved away to Greece after receiving care in a nursing home for the purpose of rehabilitation after an automobile … Continue reading