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FTC Defense Law: University of Phoenix deceptive marketing case

University of Phoenix Deceptive Advertising

Is the University of Phoenix is a “scam school”? The for-profit college agreed to a $191 settlement over “deceptive advertisements.” Let’s dive in.

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Tax Law: Accidental Americans international tax amnesty

Tax Help for “Accidental Americans”

EU representatives sent a letter to the United States urging a new plan for people caught in a cross-border tax web. Will the US listen and comply?

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Crypto Law: Federal Legislative Proposal

Cryptocurrency Act of 2020: What You Need to Know

2020 may be the year that federal legislators pass big crypto bills. Invested in the market? Take one minute to read the bill expected to pass in 2020.

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FTC Defense Law: Negative Option Marketing

FTC Focusing On Negative Option Marketing

The Federal Trade Commission has, once again, turned its attention towards negative option marketing schemes. Jump in to learn more.

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FTC Marketing Law: Influencer marketing guide rules

FTC Published Marketing Rules for Influencers

The Federal Trade Commission released a guide and instructive videos for online marketing influencers. We outline what you need to know in this post.

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tax law: tips for lowering 2019 taxes

Tax Law: 2019 Tax Saving Tips For You

Tax season is lurking right around the corner, but you still have time to make some moves that will help reduce your tax burden. Jump in to learn.

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FTC Marketing Defense Law: FTC v. Real Estate Flipping Company

House Flipping Co. Sued For Promising A Lot

The Federal Trade Commission sued a real estate training business for allegedly duping consumers with a bogus workshop scheme. Jump in to learn more.

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Cryptocurrency law: IRS says crypto not eligible for like-kind exchanges

IRS Says Like-Kind Never Applied To Crypto

Recently, an IRS lawyer made big news by announcing that the Internal Revenue Service never thought like-kind standards applied to cryptocurrency.

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Cannabis legalization law: last-minute rulings

Last-Minute IL Cannabis Law Rulings

On January 1, 2020, recreational cannabis will be legal in Illinois for people aged 21 and over. Some communities have made some last-minute legalization rulings.

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