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Tax Write-Offs for Home-Sellers

Happy end of tax season, everyone! We get it, you’re probably just about ready to wave goodbye to anything related to taxes. While this is fine for most Americans out there, quite a few should wait before they forget about taxes. People who are planning on selling their homes in the next several months, or...

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Know the Usage of E-Filing Income Tax Return

Image: https://pixabay.com/en/taxes-tax-evasion-police-handcuffs-1234784/ Filing an income tax return is as important as paying your income tax. E-filing your income tax return is one of the best ways to have authentic proof of your income. Moreover, regularly filing ITR also helps you create a good record with the Income Tax Department. It is a must-do task for every...

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Tax tips and advice from Sallie Mae for the 2017 financial year

We are pretty aware of the fact that the tax season is already in full swing and the nation’s planning, saving and paying-for-college company, Sallie Mae now advises students and their families to investigate the often-overlooked tax credits of higher education. There are several educational deductions and tax credits that are available to recuperate the...

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Boris Becker, Bankruptcy and You!

With the world still grappling with the news of tennis legend Boris Becker’s bankruptcy, it’s perhaps time for you to brush up on the basics of bankruptcy. The former coach of the current number 2 tennis player in the world, Novak Djokovic has lashed out on Twitter against the recent media reports of him being...

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How President Trump’s Tax Cuts Could Affect the Stock Market

The 45th President of the United States, Donald J. Trump, famously said he would do “great things” during his first 100 days in office. A major fiscal policy announcement was therefore widely anticipated before the end of this critical initial period for the new administration. On Wednesday, April 26th, President Trump announced his plan for...

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Common Tax Problems And How To Handle Them

Christmas is just around the corner, and that means soon we’re going to be a mere four months away from tax season. For the heads of large, multi-national corporations, this is just another period of the calendar. However, for small business owners, it’s a time where all kinds of headaches and difficulties spring up. If...

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Running Your Car Doesn’t Need To Bankrupt You

Anyone who drives a vehicle will be able to tell you that it can cost a surprising amount of money to run. No matter what kind of car you drive, this remains the case. There are many different aspects to running a car, and they all have their own expenses which need considering. Fortunately, however,...

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All Outta Dough: Why Do People Go Bankrupt?

The current statistics on bankruptcy in the US are sobering. We’ve seen a huge rise in the number of people falling into bankruptcy. What used to be an institution for the failed entrepreneurial class has now become a tool for the masses. Even Congress has had to step in and make bankruptcy more difficult to...

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