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In Legal Terms: Income Taxes

Winter, Spring, Summer, Fall are all lovely seasons but fleeting. It’s always tax season though. Whether you need to finish up from last year, get the jump on this year, or just learn some new information, it’s always time for a tax show with our favorite tax guru Professor Richard Gershon of the University Of Mississippi School Of Law.


If you’ve had other folks prepare your tax returns for you, the IRS has gotten much more “user friendly” https://www.irs.gov/ has a “file your taxes for free” spot with information and links to software you can use.


The IRS is hiring 470 revenue agents who will specialize in auditing or examining both individual and business taxpayers nationwide. These positions are at grades 5-12 in the federal civil service system with a base pay ranging from $31,083 to $68,299. Throughout July, the IRS is holding a series of virtual information sessions for interested applicants. https://www.irs.gov/newsroom/special-virtual-sessions-coming-up-for-those-interested-in-compliance-positions-irs-hiring-470-revenue-agents



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In Legal Terms: Estate Planning

Many of our laws give preferential treatment to individuals that are married to each other. What legal benefits are there to being married? We’ll learn today with our guest attorney Rick Courtney. We’ll answer questions about how spouses are treated as it relates to property, taxes, social security, and medical decision making. https://elderlawms.com/richard-a-courtney/On Money Talks, heard on MPB Think Radio Tuesdays at 9am Central and on its podcast, there was a recent show about Unmarried Households and Money. Look for the May 3rd, 2022 podcast to listen. http://moneytalks.mpbonline.org/episodes/money-talks-unmarried-householdsWe’ve loved having Rick on the show over the years. Here's a link to where you can find all his broadcasts. 8/5/2022 In Legal Terms: guest Richard Courtney to hear him discuss Estate Planning, Elder Law, Special Needs Law and other topics. http://inlegalterms.mpbonline.org/episodes/in-legal-terms-guest-richard-courtneyhttps://www.desotocountyms.gov/639/Marriage-LicenseMarriage LicenseApplications are accepted in the County Court Office on the 2nd  floor of the DeSoto County Courthouse, located at 2535 Highway 51 South in Hernando, Mississippi. Room 200. Applications are accepted Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. through 4:00 p.m. The Clerk's office accepts walk-ins, no appointment necessary. Obtaining a Marriage LicenseTo obtain a marriage license is DeSoto County, both applicants must appear before the Circuit Clerk. Effective January 13, 2020 the cost of the marriage license increases to $37, we accept cash or card. **Beginning June 1, 2022 there will be a charge to process all credit card transactions.**Proof of age is required by both applicants in the form of drivers licenses, ID, passport or birth certificate.There is no blood work or waiting period required and the license does not expire once it has been issued.If either applicant has been married before we must know the date the last marriage ended. If the divorce was within the last 6 months, we must have a copy of the divorce decree.Our office only issues the marriage license, our Judges do not perform ceremonies in DeSoto County.Parental Consent is required for any applicants under the age of 21. Parental consent forms are available in the office or you can print the Out of Office Parental Consent (PDF) form. The form must be signed in front of a Notary and a copy of the drivers license is required from the parent signing the consent form.