Investing in the stock market can be overwhelming for those just beginning. By following a few of my simple tips you can start investing confidently.
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Identify theft is the fastest growing crime today. It can ruin your credit, wreck your finances, damage your reputation and in extreme cases, land you in jail. Since identity theft is such a lucrative enterprise, criminals are constantly on the prowl looking for easy targets.
When you invest, it’s important to avoid some of the big tax mistakes that can add up to thousands of dollars transferred from your pocket to the government.
After determining your next destination you will definitely need to fly. Choosing the right flight can be enjoyable but There are several factors to consider while choosing a flight. I hereby share with you a few.
You’ve got it all – the semi-detached house in the suburbs, the conservatory to waste away those summer months and the loving family who visit every weekend for a Sunday roast.
It’s the life.
More and more people are discovering Bitcoin, a type of cybercurrency that was created in 2009. While the currency was once used mainly for shady, unscrupulous dealings, it is now becoming more and more acceptable. In fact, many major online retailers and organizations, such as Overstock.com and WordPress now accept Bitcoins as a legitimate form of payment.
If you’re using or accepting Bitcoins or thinking about doing so, however, you should know that taxation laws still apply. When you sell a product, you have to record the transaction and remit sales tax on it, regardless of whether you earn traditional money for that transaction, or you earn this new cybercurrency.
While less-than-honest filers might not get caught right away, continued discrepancies in tax related matters can easily lead to audits and potential related consequences. To avoid audits and to keep all of your practices on the up-and-up, contact a qualified Naperville accounting firm, such as Susan S. Lewis, Ltd., to assist you.
As Tax Day approaches, it’s important to avoid costly mistakes. It’s getting down to the wire, and U.S. News & World Report (via Daily Finance) has a list of common taxpayer mistakes to avoid as you prepare your tax return.
Another instalment already? Yes, but don’t worry, I am done touting my little guest house. Things have gone really quick since we got our deeds approved, and we signed the contracts on the first few plots in little house in Guatemala.
The Heartbleed Bug has been garnering many of the recent headlines. With such sweeping access to the world’s log-in and password information, many of us are wondering what we can do to protect ourselves from credit problems related to identity theft. Here are three options.