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Financial Incentives for Using Solar Power in Your Home

TweetShareSharePin0 SharesFinancial Incentives for Using Solar Power in Your Home It is undeniable that energy prices are going through the roof. Just take a look at your utility bill. The good news is using solar power can save your bank account, particularly with new incentives. Personal Tax Credit and Deductions If anything is more aggravating

Incorporate My Business Why?

TweetShareSharePin0 SharesIncorporate My Business Why? Incorporating your businesses is the process of converting a business into a corporation. Incorporating your business means that your business is now finally a separate individual in the context of the governing laws of the land. After successfully incorporating your business, you will be allowed to use the corporate qualifier

Ben Franklin Didn’t Quite Get It Right

TweetShareSharePin0 SharesBen Franklin Didn’t Quite Get It Right When Ben Franklin said “a penny saved is a penny earned”, he didn’t quite get it right. Actually, a penny saved is worth more than a penny earned. Do you find this statement shocking? I am about to prove to you that what I’m saying is true.

What Are SBA Loans And How To Apply For One

TweetShareSharePin0 SharesWhat Are SBA Loans And How To Apply For One Small businesses that cannot secure a loan through conventional means can apply for one of the SBA loans in order to obtain funds. However, they must first attempt to obtain a loan through a commercial lender, private source, or bank. Once the business is

Captial Gains Tax Explained

TweetShareSharePin0 SharesCaptial Gains Tax Explained Capital Gains tax is a federal tax penalty that is imposed on capital accumulation, investment and productivity. Some of the income that is subject to capital gains tax includes the sale of an investment, a home, a family business, a farm or ranch or even a work of art. The

Mega IRAs Reflect Mega Legislative Mistakes

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares Mega-IRAs are hot this summer, following a June 2021 report by the nonprofit news service ProPublica that revealed—based on leaked IRS files—that a handful of high-net-worth individuals have accumulated massive individual retirement account (IRA) balances. The congressional Joint Committee on Taxation also reported that in 2019 more than 28,000 taxpayers owned IRAs worth

Taxes Could Negatively Impact Housing

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares Within the last year, the median sales price of houses sold in the United States rose by 16.2 percent while sales of new single-family houses dropped by 19.4 percent, an indication that demand for housing continues to outpace supply. While President Biden has many proposals aimed at increasing the supply of affordable housing,

The Facts About College Financial Aid

TweetShareSharePin0 SharesThe Facts About College Financial Aid The cost of a 4-year college education is soaring! Every year tuition, room & board and other related expenses increase 9% to as much as 15% at some schools, and have already climbed to $160,000 and more! Despite this, American families are sending their children to college in

Feathering Your Retirement Nest

TweetShareSharePin0 SharesFeathering Your Retirement Nest What will you look for as you approach your “golden” years? Will it be an affordable condo on the golf course with room for the grandchildren to visit? Must it be close to friends and family or new “senior” friends living close by? Should it be near good medical facilities?
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