Due to the fact that my mother passed away, my father was left with huge medical bills. The life insurance paid for the funeral and burial, but thats it. My father does not have much money or assets. He is collecting social security and a pension, but money is still very tight. Can his pension or social security be garnished to pay the medical bills?
I cosigned a for a motorcycle for a friend he stopped paying. So I paid for the loan then found out my name is not on the title is there a way for me to get my money back? or get the bike? I have all the proof that I paid for the whole entire bike in full and I also have the title release form in his name.
My husband is a PA public school employee who will soon be retiring. He will be receiving approximately $50,000.00 of taxable (20%) contributions from his retirement account. My husband is 58 and I am 55. My question is, should we roll it over into an already existing tax shelter for a later time when we’ll be in a lower tax bracket or should we use it to pay off (along with $18,000 fr...
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My son missed his open enrollment at his place of work due to being out of town when his father died. They will not let him on now. Could that be considered a qualifying event?
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