3 Reasons Why You Shouldn’t Worry About Your New Chip-Enabled Credit Card
ShareFollow Us!Transitions are never fun: maybe you’re looking to buy a new home in this growing real estate market, or you’re fixing to enroll in school for another degree. Changing jobs maybe? What with the fluctuating economy, whatever decision you’re going to make is about the equivalent of stirring up a hornet’s nest. Such is […]Read More →
How to Research Reviews on the Income Tax Planning Network
It’s pretty staggering the level of visibility the Income Tax Planning Network is reaching from all corners of the corporate and entrepreneurial stratosphere, so needless to say, we find it a bit laughable that there needs to be a sort of “how-to” on researching the network and finding more goodies to read about regarding our […]
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7 Dynamite Divorce Tax Options to Minimize the Damage
As if divorce wasn’t hard enough. Let’s throw taxes into the mix and make it like lemon juice on the wounds. The last thing divorce couples want to ever think about is money; except oftentimes that issue of money becomes the primary agenda. Why? Divorce is a divide — not just of family, kids, and […]
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Why Bankruptcy Filings Require Credit Counseling Approval
This is honestly why credit counseling and credit repair are so important to us. It’s considered the first step to remedy disaster — and the disaster can come in many forms…. Identity theft, lack of bookkeeping resources, lack of legal assistance even! The…
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Your Home Not Only Shelters You, But Your Taxes!
Is there any wonder why we have such programs like H.O.P.E. to Own? Home ownership, the ultimate goal, the American dream. And it’s not just about the prestige about owning a home; it’s about so much more: The Fact Is This: Owning That Home Actually Benefits Your Taxes Here’s how our budding real estate market, […]Read More →
The 529 College Savings Plan: Benefiting Taxes and Education
Talk about killing two birds with one stone: the 529 college savings plan, operating very much like a retirement plan, not only saves up some on the expense for college later on life, but cuts down on your taxes over time. A nice little tax shelter benefiting you in the long run and ensuring your […]Read More →
Should Your Ex-Spouse Buy the Home From You for Tax Reasons?
The answer could very well be yes — for obvious tax reasons. Now we’re not saying, though, that taxes will benefit the buyer in this case. Rather, this will be a mutual benefit in selling the home during a divorce, and here’s why: Being Free and Clear of the Obligations The situation has to fit; we’ll say that […]
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Maximizing Tax Benefits for Selling the Home After Kids Grow Up
Divorce doesn’t have to destroy the kids. There are options out there, and they’re not to blame. So it just so happens that many divorcing couples find the option to keep the home when dealing with a divorce until those kids move out when they’re older. There’s a specific reason to doing this, in that it’s […]
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