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Get affordable medical policy online via comparing quotes

30th June 2011
Health insurance gets affordable and reduces your tax liability It has become very difficult to keep up with the pace of fast and demanding lifestyle today. This is also the reason that most people end up getting ill. Sometimes health conditions crop up ... Read >
Author: Arvinder singh

What Is The Difference Between Cash Flow Before Taxes (CFBT) and Cash Flow After Taxes (CFAT)?

10th June 2011
Real estate investors and real estate investing experts generally aim to be aware of cash flow after tax (CFAT) when looking for the profitability of investment property during a real estate analysis since it includes the elements of tax shelter and shows... Read >
Author: James Kobzeff

Belize as an Offshore Company Tax Haven

23rd February 2011
Belize is an ideal place for the formation of an offshore company. Belize IBCs (International Business Companies) are companies that are commonly used for offshore banking, to conduct international trade, investment activities, and for asset protection. B... Read >
Author: roleeben

Get health insurances to reduce your tax liability

20th January 2011
Keeping up with today’s world is proving to be rather difficult for a number of people. This is mainly because of the fast pace at which the world is developing. There is no time to slow down to contemplate the past and no time to slow down and look at th... Read >
Author: Rini

What Expenses are Deductible in Your Network Marketing / MLM Business?

18th December 2010
Network Marketers often ask "What’s Deductible – and what’s not—in a Multi-Level marketing business?" Having a Multi Level Marketing business is what I call the "#1 tax shelter for the little guy". Whether you work the business par... Read >
Author: Jim Flauaus

DOUBLE TAXATION AVOIDANCE AGREEMENT (DTAA)

18th February 2010
DOUBLE TAXATION AVOIDANCE AGREEMENT (DTAA) Every country has the sovereign right to tax income accruing, arising or received in it, on account of the activity carried on in its territory. If every nation resorts to tax and if the activities ar... Read >
Author: Rajiv Tuli

Home improvements tax are deductible - questions and answers

04th February 2010
Are home improvements tax deductible? Home improvements, like renovating a home or making permanent additions to the home, increase the value of the house while making it more habitable. Home improvement loans, availed for the purpose of making certain... Read >
Author: home improvement

What Should You Do If You Win The Lottery

21st July 2009
What Should You Do If You Win The Lottery? By Steve Paul Planning is important before you start spending all that lotto cash. The following are a list of to-do's: • Get an unlisted phone number: You have no idea how many friends and relativ... Read >
Author: Steve Paul

Finally Financial Freedom: Investing in Tax Liens

03rd February 2009
A Tax Lien is a claim imposed by the federal government to liquidate a person's property until the tax and debt owed is fully paid. Investopedia Stated: Tax liens can be purchased from the government in the form of an investment. A tax lien may be imposed... Read >
Author: Squiggles

Advantages of a Private Limited Company versus Sole Trader Basic Accounts

29th September 2008
A private limited company advantages include:1. Limitation of LiabilityThere is no distinction between business money and personal money for anyone self employed as all business debts are the personal responsibility of the sole trader. The private limited... Read >
Author: Terry Cartwright

IRA Multi-Generation Distribution Payouts

25th March 2006
Many retirement savers spend much of their working life building their retirement nest egg through the use of Individual Retirement Accounts (IRAs). The savings can be a significant part of their security throughout the retirement years. When retirement t... Read >
Author: Jeff McLeod

IRS Tightens Related Party Rules for 1031 Exchanges

13th July 2005
IRS Tightens Related Party Rules for 1031 Exchanges A recent IRS Ruling will now reduce taxpayer flexibility when they complete a 1031 exchange by buying property from a relative. To be clear, there are two types of exchanges involving relatives. I... Read >
Author: John Roush
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