Taxman — The Beatles

April 14, 2019 Jonathan Archer

Let me tell you how it will be There’s one for you, nineteen for me ‘Cause I’m the taxman Yeah, I’m the taxman Should five percent appear too small Be thankful I don’t take it all ‘Cause I’m the taxman [ . . . ]

The Hidden Costs of Owning a Home

March 21, 2019 Brian V. Lee

According to the Urban Institute, 63 percent of millennials who bought homes have regrets resulting from underestimating the hidden costs. Zillow found that American homeowners spend nearly $9,400 in hidden costs to own and care for a median-priced home. Let’s [ . . . ]

States Should Impose Foreclosure Deadlines on Mortgage Lenders

October 5, 2018 Brian V. Lee

Individual states should impose foreclosure deadlines on mortgage lenders. Forcing lenders to foreclose within specific timelines would solve several problems facing individual homeowners as well as entire neighborhoods. States must individually legislate changes to foreclosure procedures because foreclosures are governed [ . . . ]

What Happens to My Debts When I Die?

August 7, 2018 Gina Mangiaracina

When planning a future for your loved ones, you do not want your legacy to include a mountain of debt. Many people are unaware that their debts can continue to haunt those they leave behind. Whoever you select to manage [ . . . ]

How Do Student Loans Affect Taxes?

April 5, 2017 Brian V. Lee

Student loans affect taxes in ways very different from other long-term debt obligations. Taxes are an inevitability, as noticed by one of our founders. Our new Constitution . . . promises permanency; but in this world nothing can be said [ . . . ]

Top 4 Tax Problems in Bankruptcy

March 15, 2017 Brian V. Lee

The top 4 tax problems in bankruptcy are not particularly easy to avoid. For those facing money problems, taxes are often an afterthought. After all, paying taxes means less money in your paycheck. But the tax problems that most frequently [ . . . ]

Are We All Just Jealous of the 1 Percent?

January 3, 2017 Brian V. Lee

Wealth Inequality The Walton family owns Walmart. They also own more wealth than 40 percent of all Americans. The 400 wealthiest people in the nation own more wealth than 61 percent of the country combined, or about 194 million people. Do we envy [ . . . ]

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