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Hurricane Ian Damage lawyer

9/29/2022 | Posted by Teisha Powell | 0 comments
Get Free legal advise about the compensation you deserve.  Filing a property damage claim after Hurricane Ian might require the help of an attorney. The insurance companies in Florida are known to underpay, delay and deny payments to those who go and file their claims without a lawyer to help ...

Employee Retention Credit

8/17/2022 | Posted by Teisha Powell | 0 comments
Welcome to Teisha Powell, Law Offices, a consumer law firm that handles Insurance law, Tax law and Security Law.  Previous corporate client include litigation for General Electric (GE) and consultation for Subway. What do you need to know about the Employee retention credit (ERC).  The ...

Florida Security Lawyer and Florida Insurance Lawyer

8/6/2022 | Posted by Teisha Powell | 0 comments
          Teisha Powell Law Offices was founded by attorney, and small business owner, Teisha Powell, Esq., Ms. Powell, worked as a Solo Practitioner in the area of Litigation for 18 years.  Ms. Powell attended Nova Southeastern University and obtained a Juris Doctor ...

How to Reconcile Your Merchant Cash Advance in Florida

8/6/2022 | Posted by Teisha Powell | 0 comments
Business owners in Florida generate revenue through credit card receivables. The MCA lender will give you a factoring agreement to give you funding for working capital on your business. While this might help a Business owner get an alternative source of funding known as merchant cash advance "MCA," ...

Are Merchant Cash Advance Lenders the New Subprime loans?

8/5/2022 | Posted by Teisha Powell | 0 comments
Florida Merchant Cash Advance is a new way that lenders are beginning to loan money and charge usury loans, and then trick consumers, into believing that the loan is a future receivable.  When the housing market crashed in 2008 due to subprime lenders and predatory loans, Teisha Powell, Law ...

Florida Merchant Cash Advance Law

8/5/2022 | Posted by Teisha Powell | 0 comments
After the housing market crashed in 2008, many subprime lenders turned to predatory loans through a novel or new way of loaning money-Merchant Cash Advance.  Lenders who want to rip people off tend to charge usury fees.  As a corporate owner, you are going to find out that once you are signed ...
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