Month: August 2018

Getty Pictures, Royalty Free Realtors screamed and home owners worried. In late 2017, Congress and the President wanted to make the $1.5 trillion plus cuts in corporate and other taxes not look so big. So they raised taxes for some people by drastically limiting the deductions for state and local property and income taxes (SALT),
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Woman in retirementAdobe Stock Photo According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, once Americans reach age 65, life expectancy is an additional 20.6 years for women and 18 years for men. Women are living longer and therefore more is needed to cover expenses during their retirement years. Statistically, women lag behind men in
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Every investor makes mistakes, even the Oracle of Omaha, Warren Buffett. That’s the investing wisdom Michael Batnick wants to impart. Batnick, director of research at Ritholtz Wealth Management and author of “Big Mistakes: The Best Investors and Their Worst Investments,” has pinpointed three of the most prevalent and perilous mistakes every investor has made. One
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LifeEdited founder and micro-living guru Graham Hill bought two apartments in SoHo to renovate and resell.CHRISTOPHER TESTANI Television shows like “Desert Flippers” and “Flip or Flop” are giving viewers across America a taste of the real estate pie. In New York City, where the sales market historically prevails, house-flipping can be an exceptionally enticing investment.
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