Dont Wait To Buy Real Estate, Buy Real Estate And Wait!

Buy Real Estate and wait, purchasing a property, property investment
Ever heard of the book ‘Ready Fire, Aim?  It’s a motivational book for entrepreneures based on the premise that you need to take action, intelligent action that is.  Forget the business cards if they aren’t perfect, don’t worry about the website if it’s light on content, no need for that branding consultant, what you need is an action oriented approach to get business...
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The Business of Blogging ‘Three Pointers’ | Take One

The Business of Blogging
Three Pointers photo compliments of The Washington Post This is the first edition of ‘three pointers’, which is my attempt at introducing you to three bloggers in the same niche, all of which I follow and admire.  I ask them the same, three open-ended questions to get differing points of view.  I think it’s a cool way of introducing you to niches and subject matter you may know...
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Tulipalooza | Tulip Mania Of 1634 Is Eerily Reminiscent

Tulip Mania Of 1634, tulips
  Financial bubbles and busts happen as a means of keeping the market ‘honest’.  As painful as they can be, these bubble/busts act as sort of a ‘reset switch’ for when things get over-valued.  We all remember the relatively recent Tech and the Housing bubbles and certainly the way in which they ended.  Not good.  Looking back and hindsight being 20/20, the warning signs...
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How to Avoid Income Tax Identity Theft | A Fast Growing Form Of Identity Theft

How to Avoid Income Tax Identity Theft
Income tax identity theft is the latest and fastest growing form of identity theft in the country today. And with income tax filing season upon us, now is an excellent time to not only be concerned with it, but also to begin taking steps to protect ourselves from it. What is income tax identity theft? It happens when a thief obtains enough of your identity that he or she can file an income tax return...
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Wait A Minitel, Did The French Invent The Internet?

The French Invent The Internet
France is known for many things; fine wine, the Eiffel Tower, the Tour de France, the Louvre, Victor Hugo, just to name a few.  There is one bit of French history you may know little about, that being the impact brought on by a product called the Minitel.  Yep, the Minitel was a wonky, awkward looking machine known as the “Little French Box” which resembled the old Commodore 64, if you...
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Investment gifting is awesome.

4 Things To Know Before You Donate an Investment

While donations of any kind are appreciated, gifting investments benefits both the giver and the receiver. Here are four key things... more →

What’s the Best Free Recipe App?

The Apple Store and Google Play together offer more digital cookbooks than you probably have room for on your mobile device. So which... more →
New tax law might slow down housing market.

What Will the New Tax Law Do to the Housing Market?

The new tax law will have a profound impact on the housing market, although in ways that go beyond the deductibility of mortgage interest... more →

4 in 5 Households Will Get a Tax Cut in 2018

Four out of five U.S. households will get a tax cut as a result of the legislation that President Donald Trump signed into law today. more →
Will bitcoin reach $100,000?

When Will Bitcoin Reach $100,000?

Bitcoin has accelerated its pace of appreciation in recent months, and if the current levels between $15,000 and $19,000 make you itch... more →
The Dow Jones topped 24,000 -- now what?

The Dow Jones Crossed the 24,000 Threshold. Now What?

Stocks appear to be increasing in volatility, yet the markets closed on Monday, December 4 with the Dow Jones Industrial Average is... more →
Peer mortgage

Should You Get a Peer-to-Peer Mortgage?

If you can’t get approved for a home loan from a bank, you might want to look into applying for a peer-to-peer mortgage. more →
Are you wondering: What's the Relationship Between the Stock Market and Federal Debt?

What’s the Relationship Between the Stock Market and Federal Debt?

Wouldn’t it be wonderful if gains in the stock market could actually reduce U.S. government indebtedness? If that were true,... more →