Archive | 2013

How Much Home Can I Afford to Finance?

There are actually multiple answers to this question. There is what the bank says you can afford and there is the amount you really should be financing to ensure that you would be able to keep up the payments without fail. Other factors to consider include the amount of other outstanding debts you may have. […]

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Should I List My Home During the Holidays?

As we approach the holiday season, the usual slowing in the housing market is occurring. The holidays are typically a slow time for the real estate market but there are still opportunities for those trying to get their home sold before the end of the year. There are still several factors working in the favor […]

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Guidelines for Foreign Bank Accounts and Tax Reporting

Businesses and individuals operating foreign bank accounts should pay close attention to whether they are required to report this financial data. The IRS has guidelines in place that determine whether someone should be disclosing this information while filing their tax returns. If you feel like you may be required to report this as taxable income, […]

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The Tax Implications of Online Currencies

Virtual currencies are a growing phenomenon in the online world. These digital currencies are mostly used to buy and sell virtual property. Some are referred to as “hybrid” currencies, which can actually be used to buy real world goods through an online transaction. One of the most popular of these hybrid currencies is called BitCoin. […]

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