Unfortunately, there is no fool proof solution to avoiding an IRS tax audit but there are ways to avoid being a high risk for audit potential. Avoid excessive risk of being audited on a tax return with tips from an experienced tax professional in this free video on taxes. Expert: Danielle Loughran Contact: www.accell-us.com Bio:…

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Lets just say you came into some money, something like 400,000. You pay off all your bills, buy a new car, put a chunk of it in retirement. You have enough to purchase a new house, in full. Would it be better buy the house at once, or get a mortgage, pay interest to the…

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An equity annuity index allows someone to participate in the stock market. Participate in the stock market by using an equity index annuity with tips from a registered financial consultant in this free financial planning video. Expert: Patrick Munro Contact: www.northstarnavigator.com Bio: Patrick Munro is a registered financial consultant (RFC) with outstanding sales volume of…

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It is true: You can receive free money from the United States government to go to college, for a business, and many other things. I personally know of individuals who get thousands of dollars every single year to do various business and philanthropic activities. And they never have to pay back the money to the…

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Matthew Sherwood, Senior Manager – Investment Markets Research of Perpetual Investments, discusses world growth, the affect that risk repricing has on asset allocatio strategies, improvement in investment markets, and Australia’s strength in the current climate. He will be speaking at the Asset Allocation & Risk Management Forum 2008 on 22-23 May in Sydney. For more…

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College tuition can be deducted from taxes with the hop credit or with the lifetime learning credit, but both are subject to adjusted gross income limitations. Understand how these tuition credits are used for tax credit purposes with advice from a financial planner in free personal-finance video. Expert: Julie Asti, CFP Bio: Julie Asti works…

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Today I had the worse experience dining out. The server was doing a ok job. So we just left him about 15% tip..which I thought was fair. (I know some people tip 20% or more but we were just students who cant afford to be very generous.) Anyway, while we stepped out of the restaruant,…

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I have $170,000 to be used for all my expenses during 5 years of school and am looking for a safe, hands-free place to invest it. I have worked out my budget for the next 5 years and this money should be enough to cover my expenses if it grows above inflation. I am not…

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A VP Financial Planner is a vital part of any modern business enterprize. It is a demanding and responsible job that requires a high level of knowledge about the working of the financial system and the changing business landscape. A VP Financial Planner must be a person of immense integrity and professionalism. The personal qualities…

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