The Provisional Irish Republican Army (IRA or PIRA) was an Irish republican paramilitary organisation that sought to remove Northern Ireland from the United Kingdom and bring about an independent republic encompassing all of Ireland. It was the biggest and most active republican paramilitary during the Troubles. It saw itself as the successor to the original IRA and called itself simply the Irish Republican Army (IRA), or Óglaigh na hÉireann in Irish. It was also widely referred to as such by others. The IRA is designated an unlawful terrorist organisation in the UK and an unlawful organisation in the Republic of Ireland.
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  • After Ex-Wife Empties his IRA, Client Wins $400K in Damages from Wells Fargo

    … After Ex-Wife Empties his IRA, Client Wins $400K in Damages from Wells Fargo Posted on Tuesday, June 28, 2016 at 4:15 PM From the Desk of Jim Eccleston at Eccleston Law LLC: FINRA has awarded Mark Schroeder, a doctor in St. Louis, who opened his IRA with A.G. Edwards in 1999 (Edwards later merged with Wells Fargo), more than $400,000 because…

    Eccleston Law Offices- 22 readers -
  • Investment Adviser Steals $11.5 Million to Fund His Own Ventures

    … of his own clients, convincing them to roll over their IRA accounts into custodial trust accounts. He then used his position to move their funds into unregistered real estate funds, failing to inform them that he owned many of those companies operating funds. The earliest known activity in the scheme is traced back to 2008. According to a statement…

    Eccleston Law Offices- 13 readers -
  • Financial Tips for New Graduates

    … Congratulations! Whether you just graduated from a Georgia high school, college, law school, or medical school, you should give yourself a big pat on the back for all of your accomplishments and for entering a new and exciting chapter in your life. If you intend to continue your education or if you decide to join the workforce on a full-time…

    Michael West/ Law Office of Michael West- 29 readers -
  • New Trend Requiring Tax Advice for Advisers?

    … distribution resulted in almost $9,000 of additional income tax. The Greens filed a claim with FINRA. When the case reached FINRA a number of causes of action were alleged including: negligence, gross negligence, breach of duty of good faith, and fair dealing and negligent misrepresentation/omission. The Greens sought: Compensatory damages…

    Eccleston Law Offices- 17 readers -
  • New Department of Labor Retirement Advice Rule is Weakened

    … conditions set by the DOL, intended to mitigate conflicts of interest. Similarly, the “Principal Transaction Exemption” increases existing exempted relief to enable a fiduciary investment advisor to sell/purchase debt securities to/from their plan of IRA clients, provided that they follow DOL rules to mitigate conflict of interests and to act in the best…

    Eccleston Law Offices- 10 readers -
  • Will my estate have to “go through” probate when I die?

    … that has a “transfer on death” designation to a child will transfer to the child upon death once the child furnishes the bank in question with a copy of the deceased parent’s death certificate. Likewise, IRA, 401k and 403b accounts typically require the account owner to designate beneficiaries. So long as individual beneficiaries have been…

    Jeremy Howe/ The Law Office of Jeremy Howe- 10 readers -
  • Investor Alert: Making Informed Decisions with Variable Annuities

    … are unable to meet obligations. Make sure to check rating agencies before making a large commitment. Variable Annuities within IRAs IRAs themselves provide tax advantage that offset those tax advantages of the variable annuity. Therefore, a variable annuity within an IRA will only subject the holder to increased IRA expenses, while generating fees…

    Eccleston Law Offices- 9 readers -
  • Your Exempt Property Is Safe In A Bankruptcy, Or Is It?

    … an IRA approximately worth $30,000. Once the Chapter 7 Trustee learned of this, the Trustee demanded turnover of the funds. The Court reasoned that Frost and Smith apply, and further, the Trustee did not file a notice of intent to abandon. Since the case had not closed and the Trustee did not abandon the assets, the proceeds from the IRA (having…

    Dove Bankruptcy Law- 31 readers -
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