A.R.S. §§ 41-18101 and 41-18104 require a County Treasurer to secure unpaid delinquent tax payments by selling tax liens at an aggregate amount equal to all unpaid taxes, penalties, interest and charges due on the property for which taxes are delinquent. A tax lien purchaser is awarded a certificate of purchase (CP), which bears interest at the bid rate beginning on the first day of the month following the sale of the lien. To redeem a property tax lien, the person owing the back taxes must pay the County Treasurer all fees, including taxes, interest and charges accrued on the property. If the county in which the lien is being redeemed has an elderly assistance fund, the county treasurer must deposit an amount equal to the difference between the CP interest rate and 16% as provided by A.R.S. §§ 42-18153 and 42-18053. … [Read more...] about 2015 Arizona Legislative Amendments Affecting Real Estate Lending
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Tips for Drafting and Revising Your Compliant Policy All employers should review their applicable leave policies (e.g., paid sick leave, PTO, or otherwise) to ensure compliance with the law. Employers electing to keep or implement a separate paid sick time policy may wish to include clear definitions of permissible usages and other related definitions from the statute itself to give clarity and avoid claims. Employers should adhere to the options for notice guaranteed in the statute, but supplement them with additional options and information. Such notices must be furnished in writing in order to hold any employee accountable for compliance. Employers also should craft their strategies not only for the remainder of 2017 but also for 2018 and beyond, as separate issues involving proration and defining benefit years face them now. … [Read more...] about Arizona’s Paid Sick Leave Law, Part III: Record-Keeping, Shifting Employment Relationships, and Tips for Drafting Policies
WASHINGTON, DC - MAY 15: U.S. President Donald Trump is seen on a television news show in the West Wing of the White House, on May 15, 2017 in Washington, DC. Earlier, National security advisor H.R. McMaster spoke to the media about President Trump's meeting with Russian diplomats in the Oval Office last week and reports that Trump shared classified information with them. (Photo by Mark Wilson/Getty Images) … [Read more...] about Trump and Sean Hannity reportedly talk on the phone most nights.
Such a system may be beneficial in reducing fraud, if it could be shown that part of the reason that fraud occurs is because there are so many plans in place. A system with limited choice of Part D providers may not directly reduce fraud, but appears that its side effects may lead to such a result. It may be the case that if fewer plans are offered, government oversight could be greater because there would be fewer plans to monitor and audit; further, the quality of plans may improve. Further, beyond concerns of fraud, the other benefit that may come with such a plan would be “simplicity” for the elder in choosing a Part D plan. If limited plans are available, the first time an elderly individual enrolls, he may feel less overwhelmed and more willing to research plans that fit his needs best where the amount to research does not seem so vast and frustrating. While the true effect on providers is uncertain, another benefit of limited Plans may be that Part D … [Read more...] about Fraud, Prescription Drugs, and the Elderly
“I’ve found that some states have very strict restrictions that were really just veiled attempts at eliminating or censoring legal advertising,” Sackett says. Among the things he’s seen shot down over the years are a talking dog ad—rejected because the dog didn’t identify himself as a nonlawyer—and an ad that takes place in outer space because it wasn’t realistic. … [Read more...] about Legal advertising blows past $1 billion and goes viral