Category: Real Estate

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Want to Make Millions and Pay No Taxes?

Want to Make Millions and Pay No Taxes?

Real estate is a cyclical business. Markets crash. Deals sour. But hard landings are rare for a savvy property mogul, thanks to the U.S. tax code. Take Harry Macklowe, a New York City developer. Macklowe, 81, hasn’t paid income tax since the 1980s, according to a court opinion in his divorce proceedings issued in December....

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How to Document Your Personal Possessions in Case of Emergency

How to Document Your Personal Possessions in Case of Emergency

In the aftermath of a disaster that destroys your house, it can be all but impossible to think through everything you’ve lost. Fires, floods, hurricanes, damaged roofs—when you’re putting your life back together, you might not be thinking about how to catalogue your drawer of kitchen utensils for the insurance company. But you don’t want...

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Washington Offer Promise for Hemp and Cannabis Market

Washington Offer Promise for Hemp and Cannabis Market

Legal changes could soon make transacting business easier for the cannabis industry. Reports indicate that the president plans to reform cannabis laws, making commerce easier for businesses working in states with legal markets. Reforming the law could improve the position of companies working with cannabidiol (CBD) as a food additive and industrial hemp. Hemp and...

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You might find your next home on Amazon

You might find your next home on Amazon

Over the coming decades, housing will continue to be transformed from a product into a service. Just like we order an Uber or get noodles delivered to our doorstep without much human interaction, soon we’ll be able to rent, buy, or sell homes nearly instantly with an app. This will be a profound change for...

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Alabama Rated as 2016 2nd Unhappiest State

Alabama Rated as 2016 2nd Unhappiest State

Can money truly buy happiness? Most people might be inclined to say no, based on moral principles. But some researchers beg to differ, suggesting that money can indeed contribute to happiness — but only up to a certain dollar amount. According to their findings, life satisfaction, one of the two main components of happiness, increases...

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Is it better to Buy or Rent?

Is it better to Buy or Rent?

By Jae Christian | Instagram: thejaechristian Twitter: thejaechristian | Facebook: www.facebook.com/thejaechristian Trying to decide whether renting or buying is a better option for you depends on many factors. The better choice for you often depends on your circumstances from a financial and personal perspective. Knowing your financial limitations can be a big factor in determining if...

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Most Overlooked Tax Deductions

Most Overlooked Tax Deductions

presented by www.MoneyTaxServices.com The Most-Overlooked Tax Deductions Years ago, the fellow running the IRS told Kiplinger’s Personal Finance magazine that he figured millions of taxpayers overpaid their taxes every year by overlooking just one of the money-savers listed here. We’ve updated all the key details in this popular slide show to ensure that your 2015...

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6 THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT BUYING A HOME

6 THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT BUYING A HOME

By Jae Christian | Instagram: thejaechristian Twitter: thejaechristian | Facebook: www.facebook.com/thejaechristian 2016 is the year to become a homeowner! It’s time to stop putting money in other people’s pockets and invest in your own future! Buying a home for the first time can seem very overwhelming and scary. In fact, the thought of not knowing...

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