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Boom of Commercial office space and Commercial property in Gurgaon

27th June 2012
The term commercial property (also called investment or income property) refers to buildings or lands intended to generate a profit, either from capital gain or rental income. Commercial property includes office buildings, industrial property, medical cen... Read >
Author: webin ravi

THE FIFTEENTH CENSUS OF INDIA

15th April 2010
• The Census of India 2011 will start from April 15, 2010. • It is for the first time a National Population Register of usual residents is also being prepared. • Census has a long history in India. • Kautilya in the third centur... Read >
Author: Iqbal Amrohi

Depreciation Can Pay Off For Landlord

02nd March 2010
Nursing Your ProfitA tactic that can help convert your cash flow into nontaxed incomeOwning rental property may force you to spend more time than you'd like on toilets, trash, and troublesome tenants. Fortunately, the Internal Revenue Code may make the pr... Read >
Author: rbuckner

Monday Effect, January Effect And The October Effect For Stocks

29th January 2010
Did you ever forget your girlfriend's birthday. If you have ever committed that mistake, you know the consequences. Calendar dates are very important in our lives. We plan vacations during the summers and winters. So, you are always looking at the calenda... Read >
Author: Hass

Remove Charge Off - From Your Credit Report

11th November 2008
You can remove a charge off by disputing it. This has to be done directly with the credit bureaus. A dispute is the consumers' method to challenge the accuracy or validity of a negative mark. There are two methods to dispute a charge off. 1. Compose... Read >
Author: Matt Douglas

Vacation or Business Trip: Understanding Write-Offs

05th September 2008
Information On Business Write Offs Vacation or Business Trip: Understanding Write-Offs If you run a small business, you may find yourself traveling on trips that are obviously business-related. For example, if you travel to a conference in your fiel... Read >
Author: CINDY KUE

HIPAA Vs. FERPA - An Analysis

28th April 2008
Consider this question. Say the mother of a 22-year old student that you have treated requests to see her daughter's medical records. The Bursar's office confirms that the student is listed as a dependent for tax purposes. There seems to be no urgent reas... Read >
Author: Nuesoft

Converting from a C Corp to an S Corp

09th January 2007
As you may know, there are two types of corporations for tax and legal purposes. The "C" corporation is a more formal structure than the "S" corporation and taxed differently. Converting from a C Corp to an S Corp When forming a business entity, ma... Read >
Author: Richard Chapo
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