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2019 

Raise hands to heaven, the IRS can finally start dealing with its problems again.The end of the IRS shutdown (for now), means that we can get moving on some things that have been holding us back, including getting wage levies removed, and all of the other pressing matters we work hard to fix on b...
01/30/2019
If you use triple-net leases for your rental properties, you may wonder whether you’ll get your Section 199A deduction.  We don’t have a clear answer for you, so we are going to go with “maybe.” As you’ll see, we need more information. A triple-net lease requires the lessee to pay the landlord re...
01/29/2019
As a realtor, listings are your bread and butter. Whether a listing presentation succeeds in convincing sellers to list, is about your ability to present yourself better than the competition. However, it typically starts with the ability to overcome seller objections (to listing the property, to...
01/23/2019
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           Americans love puzzles, games, and brain teasers. Newspapers publish crossword puzzles, word-search puzzles, and word jumbles. Bookstores sell jigsaw puzzles. And airport gift shops stock Sudoku puzzles to pass the hours in the sky. We love puzzles so much that someone found their way ...
01/23/2019
  by Allan J. Rolnick As of this writing, the federal government is still in a “partial shutdown”, and things are starting to fray around the edges, even for those whose paychecks aren’t being affected. Already, it’s the longest in history. Which, for a media starving for any kind of controversy...
01/18/2019
           In 1982, the movie Blade Runner presented a technologically advanced vision of the year 2019. There were flying cop cars. (What grim dystopian movie doesn't feature flying cars?) There was commercial space travel. There were bioengineered androids, known as "replicants," that drove the...
01/16/2019
As of this writing, the federal government is still in a "partial shutdown", and things are starting to fray around the edges, even for those whose paychecks aren't being affected. Already, it's the longest in history.Which, for a media starving for any kind of controversy ... well, no doubt you'...
01/14/2019
   We’ve all heard the quote by Benjamin Franklin “In this world nothing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes”. Yet despite April 15th being on the calendar every single year, and March 15th for business, millions of people find themselves on the IRS hit list for failing to comply wi...
01/11/2019
  Not paying your taxes has serious consequences, and one of the worst ones is the federal government filing a legal claim against all property you currently own and property acquired in the future in the form of a federal tax lien.  In this article, we’ll explain what a federal tax lien is and w...
01/08/2019
  2019 is here, and it's almost time to file your first tax return under the new law. But you probably sat around watching sports all weekend instead of talking taxes, didn't you. (Did Santa bring a new TV?) So, as we ring in the New Year, let's take a look at how the new tax bill affects some of...
01/04/2019
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