Arcadia Structured Settlement Consultant John McCulloch, in conjunction with Randy Levine of Sage Settlement Consulting and the National Structured Settlements Trade Association (NSSTA), have successfully obtained a favorable Private Letter Ruling from the Internal Revenue Service on the taxability of wrongful life cases.
Arcadia Settlements Group announced today key changes in top leadership, including the selection of a new CEO and election of two new Vice Chairmen.
Attorney Lindsay Tygart discusses the importance of protecting clients' financial futures post settlement, and details why she chooses structures (and Arcadia's Nathan Evans) to get the job done.
If Einstein had difficulty understanding income tax, imagine how a claimant feels after having to pay tax on their attorney’s fees, of which they would never see a penny!
Len Blonder and Ryan Jandreau have been elected to the National Structured Settlements Trade Association (NSSTA) Board of Directors.
Structured settlements are the best way to ensure a strong financial future for all parties involved. In this video we outline the many benefits.
After Jen was injured in a multi-vehicle accident, a structured settlement offered her almost double the lump sum offer. And her settlement was income-tax free.
After a woman lost both legs in a car accident, Jeff Livingston got creative to address her main concern: staying healthy through exercise. This video tells their story.
The Tax Cut and Jobs Act of 2017 (the "Act") was signed into law by President Trump on December 22, 2017 and contains some of the most sweeping tax changes to the Internal Revenue Code seen in decades. While these changes have no direct impact on structured settlements or the taxation of most types of claims, there are a number of changes that have a significant impact on defendants and plaintiffs. Arcadia's John McCulloch explains.
Video: Arcadia’s Ndeto Mwose on working with injured people and their attorneys to address future needs
In this video Arcadia Structured Settlement Consultant Ndeto Mwose discusses working with injured people and their attorneys to address future needs and allow people to have the best quality of life moving forward following an injury.