A Guide For Victims Of Tax Related Identity Theft

Being a victim of tax related identity theft can leave you scrambling to take the proper steps to set things right. Here’s are the things you need to do.

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Why 2 Finance Experts Still Struggled To Buy This House

Think two seasoned financial planners would have an easy time buying a home? Tony and Barbara Matheson beg to differ.

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Don’t Panic! 3 Money-Saving, Last-Minute Tax Tips for Homeowners

If you haven’t filed your taxes, don’t panic! Here are three last-minute tax tips for homeowners that will save you money, headaches, and more.

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9 Things I Wish I Had Known About Owning My First Home (Before I Bought It)

If you’re gearing up for your journey into homeownership, gather ‘round. I’ll fill you in on a few things I wish I had known beforehand, and a few surprises I encountered along the way.

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Standard vs. Itemized Deduction: Which One Should You Take?

Standard versus itemized deduction: Which one should you claim? If this question is weighing heavily on your mind as you file your taxes this now that all the new tax reforms have taken effect—then let this guide help you decide.

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