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The Different Types of Debt You Leave Behind When You Die – Part 2

When you pass away, you hope to leave your heirs with a positive legacy, both personal and financial. But your best-laid plans could go wrong, especially if economic upheaval or unanticipated and extensive medical bills hit you hard. What should you do if you are worried about saddling your heirs with debt? In Part 1, […]

The Different Types of Debt You Leave Behind when You Die – Part 1

You want to plan for your heirs, leaving them with a financial legacy and possibly even giving to charity upon your passing. But what if the economic downturn of 2007 and 2008 deeply affected you? Can you avoid leaving debt to your heirs? This blog will address what happens to your mortgage and credit card […]

IRS Interest Rates Remain the Same for Q4

Like – Click this link to Add this page to your bookmarks Share – Click this link to Share this page through email or social media Print – Click this link to Print this page Interest Rates Remain the Same for the Fourth Quarter of 2015 IR-2015-106, Sept. 4, 2015 WASHINGTON – The Internal Revenue […]

Interest Rates Remain the Same For Q1

IR-2014-111, Dec. 4, 2014 WASHINGTON – The Internal Revenue Service today announced that interest rates will remain the same for the calendar quarter beginning Jan. 1, 2015.  The rates will be: three (3) percent for overpayments (two (2) percent in the case of a corporation); three (3) percent for underpayments; five (5) percent for large […]

Bad Advice From Non-Tax Professionals

We came across a potential client recently who had recently applied for a refinance on their mortgage.  They were in a situation where they had a joint owner on the property and the joint owner wanted to move and get their name removed from the title.  The other issue at hand of course was the […]

How Are Your Income Taxes Being Spent

According to a source at Gobankingrates.com only 1 in 5 American’s know how thier income taxes are being spent.  I also had a client inquire about how his income taxes were being spent. The article in the Denver Business Journal by Heather Draper (hdraper@bizjournals.com) for the week of March 28th – April 3rd (Page A-10) […]