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Table of Contents What Type of Federal Tax Identification Number Does the Internal Revenue Service Need for my Taxes? At O’Bryan Law Offices, we understand that the acronyms used by

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Is 600 a Good Credit Score
Credit Score & Report

Is 600 a Good Credit Score?

Since the 1950s, Americans have been judged by their ability to accrue and pay off debts with a credit score. What started out as a way for mortgage lenders to

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Credit Score & Report

What Is a CPN?

Table of Contents Many find discomfort in giving out their own social security number to financial institutions. Generally, this concern stems from fear of becoming the victim of identity theft

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Kentucky Divorce Laws

Kentucky Divorce Laws

Table of Contents Divorce is not an easy decision to make, but sometimes it’s the best decision for the health of everyone involved. If you are considering filing for divorce

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Home & Mortgage

Can the IRS Take Your House?

Table of Contents Many clients come to us with a seemingly simple question: Can the IRS take your house? To put it simply, the IRS does have the legal authority

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Credit Score & Report

What Is the Highest Credit Score?

Table of Contents How Does Credit Score Work? There are multiple credit scoring institutions, each having varying methods of calculation. As a result, most will have slightly different scores as

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