How many times in your life have you said something like “wow, why does she get all the luck?” Or, I sure wish I had her luck. No matter what she does, she makes money. No matter what he does, he comes out smelling like a rose.
Well, I’m not going to tell you that there [...]
The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act included up to an $8,000 credit for first time homebuyers (the credit is actually 10% of the value of the home purchased, up to $8,000). A first time homebuyer is someone who has not owned a house in the three years prior to the purchase. Unlike the 2008 homebuyer’s [...]
I just attended an intensive training program on dealing with the IRS. One of the instructors, at prominent tax lawyer, said that, based on his experience, about 15% of the U.S. population becomes functionally illiterate when they receive an IRS letter. Another 5 – 10% breaks out in a cold sweat and many are afraid [...]