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We have less than two years to pay on our house and will try to pay it off sooner if we can. I was told to never pay off a house and to keep a thousand or so on the loan because of taxes. We have never had enough deductions for a long form and have always done the short or EZ form. Does it make any sense to not totally pay off the house?
Submitted Sep 15, 2015
I have bills in collections due to lost income bad investments. I am torn between bankruptcy and a debt resolution service. Which one will be least destructive to me in the long run?
Submitted Sep 8, 2015
I have a durable power of attorney my husband assigned to me. He has an annuity fund and I want to take it out. Can I use the durable power of attorney to do so?
Submitted Sep 10, 2015
I'm a middle class working man I have mad credit but my debts are under 2000 I'm tired of working my regular 9-5 I want to start my own business I'm interested in real estate investments but I can't get a loan. The only good thing is that I have about 15000 saved up. Iam trying to see what's my best move and or best investment to do with the money I have saved.
Submitted Aug 27, 2015
Hello, what's the best way to pay down a mortgage. I've understood it to be by making additional payments that reduce the principle with each monthly payment. But, I recently read that making 2 payments a month may be the way to go. Does this approach make sense? Thanks for any insight.
Submitted Sep 10, 2015
Submitted Aug 31, 2015
I was wondering if you could help me know which type of professional I should contact. I need a CPA who can also give financial advice and is knowledgeable about tax laws and estate tax lawsalso?
Submitted Sep 2, 2015
My husband retired at age 66 (he is now 67). I am 65, due to retire in 8 months. I took early retirement benefits at age 62. When I turn 66 (my full retirement age) in addition to my own social security, will I be eligible for dependent benefits on my husband's higher social security retirement benefits? Thanks so much, the subject has me pretty confused. Adele M.
Submitted Sep 5, 2015
Hi, I will be moving into, and working from my Florida home, beginning 10/17/15. I plan to become a Florida resident. The company I work for is located in a income tax state, namely Massachusetts. Will my employer have to deduct state income tax from my check after that point in time. I say No, they say Yes. Please help. Thanks, Bill
Submitted Sep 9, 2015