Have you received a state notice of audit for sales and use tax? If so, are you prepared for the business’s sales, purchase and expense accounts to be examined by auditors trained to collect every penny of state revenue they can find? Are you aware that state tax law is the one area of law… Continue reading Preparing for a Sales and Use Tax Audit
The Birth of No Credit Auto Loan Traditionally, young car buyers were considered extremely risky because they had no credit history. Lenders had no information to calculate the credit repaying ability of young buyers and so, they rejected their loan applications. But, things changed with increasing competition. Lenders and online auto financing companies understood that… Continue reading No Credit Auto Loan Offers Multiple Benefits to Young Car Buyers
If funding is needed by one of your grandchildren to begin a medical practice or to a start up a firm, you should help him to gear up his career. You may have saved money for the inheritance of your children and grandchildren and somehow you have agreed to loan your son out of that… Continue reading How Can An Heir Borrow Against Inheritance?
Binary options scams are not new. There are thousands who lose their life savings by believing in the scams that exist with binary options. So, in order to get started, what you can do is first realize that such scams do exist and it is very easy to identify them. How can you identify Binary… Continue reading Get Started With Binary Options But These Are the Things That You Need to Be Careful About
Credit repair has become a necessity in today’s world. People who have been skating along with scores under 700 are getting a rude awakening that today’s economy requires much more in a credit score in order to get the best rates possible. Many people are unable to handle repairing their credit on their own. They… Continue reading 5 Tips To Starting a Credit Restoration Company
When looking at all the data, 2014 is working out to be very similar to what happened back in 2007. Back in 2007 the mortgage industry virtually imploded destroying any equity people had in their homes. Because of this, many Americans lost their homes to foreclosure as they walked away because of no equity left.… Continue reading 2010 Was a Record Year for Those Filing Bankruptcy, Will History Repeat Itself?
In March 2015, the National Association of Realtors (NAR) randomly surveyed 49,485 realtors asking them about the housing market conditions in their particular state during that past year. 791 individuals – 1.61 percent – responded. As realtor who works in California, I found it informative to work through the different reports, categorize them according to… Continue reading The Commercial Lending Market Environment in 2015: California and Comparison to Key Cities
I have a friend who likes to travel. She brings me back adorable little trinkets. On my desk, I have a ceramic elephant from Thailand, a fluffy Scottish sheep and a rabbit made of soft Peruvian alpaca wool watching me as I work. She says that she just likes to see the world, experience new… Continue reading Taxes Are Driving Americans Away
Many of us never bothering checking our credit. Why? Because we feel like we’ve gone through a few rough patches; maybe defaulted on a loan, have a past eviction, or even stolen a few items from a rent-to-own business and the credit world has flagged us for life. This is why leaning how to check… Continue reading How to Check Your Credit For Free
The prospect of losing your home is fraught with questions: “How can I get the right help short selling my home?” “What if my bank thinks I am strategically defaulting and decides to just foreclose on me?” “What if they do let me short sell my home but then decide to pursue me for a… Continue reading How Long Must I Wait After a Short Sale Before I Can Buy Again?