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How Does Debt Consolidation Stack Up Against Other Methods of Debt Relief

TweetShareSharePin0 SharesHow Does Debt Consolidation Stack Up Against Other Methods of Debt Relief Debt consolidation is a better solution than bankruptcy; however, in most instances, it is not the best solution for resolving your debts. Many of the debt consolidation programs will exhaust the limited funds by incurring fees for using their service. Their solutions

Real Estate Remains A Strong Investment

TweetShareSharePin0 SharesReal Estate Remains A Strong Investment Opportunities to make big, quick profits in residential real estate tend to come and go in cycles. When a local market is hot, families may find it possible to buy a house at an attractive price, fix it up, and watch its value rise in just a few

Taxes The Texan Way

TweetShareSharePin0 SharesTaxes The Texan Way There is an adage that claims that the only things certain in life are taxes and deaths. One could presume that tax laws are as easily determined and understood as one identifies death. When a person stops breathing and his brain stops functioning, he’s dead. However, this is not the

Debt Consolidation Mortgage Loans: Easy Way to Save Money:

TweetShareSharePin0 SharesDebt Consolidation Mortgage Loans: Easy Way to Save Money: Swimming in heavy credit card debt sometimes means getting deeper in debt simply because of high interest rates. The IRS no longer allows credit card interest as a deduction. If you use a home equity loan to consolidate and pay-off your bills, you could actually

Home Energy Efficiency Improvement Tax

TweetShareSharePin0 SharesHome Energy Efficiency Improvement Tax How Home Energy Efficiency Improvement Tax Credits Can Save You More Money? Thanks to the ever-increasing efficiency and continuing competence of the technology today, households can now be seen equipped with highly-modernized appliances, gadgets and similar equipments. To the delight of many consumers, these equipments provide them great way

The New Bankruptcy Law — How Will It Affect Debt Negotiation?

TweetShareSharePin0 SharesThe New Bankruptcy Law — How Will It Affect Debt Negotiation? In April 2005, Congress made sweeping changes in U.S. bankruptcy law that will go into effect on October 17, 2005. It’s called the “Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Protection Act of 2005,” and it means big trouble for Americans struggling with debt problems.

How To Hide Assets

TweetShareSharePin0 SharesHow To Hide Assets In social functions, I always get asked about “How do I hide my assets?” From who are you trying to hide your assets from? Is there a legitimate way to hide your assets? You will know if you have succeeded in hiding your assets if an asset search by an

Bankruptcy-Chapter 13 Or Chapter 7?

TweetShareSharePin0 SharesBankruptcy-Chapter 13 Or Chapter 7? The main purpose of bankruptcy laws is to give people hopelessly overburdened with debt a financial fresh start. Bankruptcy filings are public records. However, under normal circumstances, no one will know about the bankruptcy. Credit Bureaus will maintain a record of the bankruptcy and it will remain on the

Taxes And Borrowing Money-Might Go Hand In Hand

TweetShareSharePin0 SharesTaxes And Borrowing Money-Might Go Hand In Hand The economy has hit a lot of people hard and left so many struggling to find enough money to cover their bills. Because of this, people all across America are waiting anxiously for their tax returns to give them just a little money to help things

Tax Changes You Should Know for 2005 Returns

TweetShareSharePin0 SharesTax Changes You Should Know for 2005 Returns Every year, you have to file tax returns and every year there are changes to the tax code. Here are some key changes for 2005 to keep in mind when you prepare returns. Tax Changes You Should Know for 2005 Returns 2005 was a fairly quite
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