Getting The Most From The IRS: A Few Handy Tax Tips For Real Estate Agents
17 August 2015
It is a shame that you don't ever get letters from the IRS that tell you about deductions that you forgot to claim on your tax return. This is especially true for realtors who spend a lot of money to make their business work. Ultimately, it is up to your accountant to make certain that you claim every single deduction that you can so that you can lower your tax bill and possibly even get some money back.
How Can You Get A Fast Cash Loan Without A Bank Account?
12 November 2014
You've heard about fast cash loans but you never thought you would need one. Now you're in a situation where you need some money for an emergency but your credit rating isn't good. The payday loan stores you've contacted all require you to have a checking account. Isn't there any way to get a cash loan without a bank account? Fortunately, you do have options.
An easy way to get a fast loan without a bank account is to use some of your property as collateral.
Turn Your Hobby Farm Into A Small Business And Reduce Your Tax Burden
27 August 2014
If your dream is to move to the country and grow a lot of peaches, you are not alone. Many people are dreaming of chicken coops, small fields full of organic veggies, and a bit of land to call their own. Unfortunately, this endeavor can be expensive, but if you plan to use some of your new land as a money maker, Uncle Sam may be able to help. Here is a look at how to reduce your tax burden by claiming small farm expenses:
3 Money-Management Principles You Will Learn Through Credit Counseling
22 August 2014
If you have filed for bankruptcy in the past and are again struggling with debt problems, you should seek help from a financial counselor. Through these services, you may be able to learn the techniques and strategies essential for staying out of debt. This is called credit counseling, and it teaches you the things you need to know to stay out of debt for good, including these three important principles: