2020 Could Be an Unprofitable Year for Rental Properties. Here’s How to Handle the Taxes

Economic fallout from the COVID-19 crisis and civil unrest could cause many rental real estate properties to run up tax losses in 2020 and maybe beyond. This column covers the most important federal income tax questions and answers for rental property owners.

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8 Brilliant Tips on How To Get Paid To Lose Weight

It’s that time of the year where many of us make — and later break — a new year’s resolution to lose weight But what if you could get paid to lose weight?  Would making money incentivize you to stick with it? Get Paid to Lose Weight in 2019   We all know weight-loss is big

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The Frugal Mom’s Guide to Meal Planning on a Budget

Meal Planning Can Help Save You $1,600 a Year on Your Grocery Budget! Hmmm… donuts, pizza & mojitos OH MY! Isn’t it amazing how one stray sentence can totally take over your mind! Food is tasty, a treat, and can be downright mesmerizing! It can also be one of our biggest budget busters! We want

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Current Mortgage Rates Hold Higher to Start the Week

It’s another week and mortgage rates are holding steady at the levels they moved up to on Friday. It’s a moderate economic calendar this week with some reports in the latter half that could cause rates to adjust. Read on for more details. Where are mortgage rates going?               … View Article

Current Mortgage Rates Hold Higher to Start the Week

It’s another week and mortgage rates are holding steady at the levels they moved up to on Friday. It’s a moderate economic calendar this week with some reports in the latter half that could cause rates to adjust. Read on for more details. Where are mortgage rates going?               … View Article

Don’t Let Debt Ruin the Holidays: Proactive Steps

According to numbers for the 2018 holiday shopping season, American shoppers incurred an average debt of just over $1,000. And not everyone could pay that debt off quickly, leading to expensive, long-term credit card debt for some. But holiday shopping debt isn’t the only financial burden people face. Many enter the season with other debt…. Read More

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