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9 Real Estate Documents That Will Help You Reap Tax Breaks!

So have you started working on your taxes yet? I found this to be some helpful advice from the really smart people at Trulia! Here are 9 real estate documents that will help you get some badly needed tax breaks!

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Is Cheating on Your Taxes Okay? More Americans Say ‘Yes’ — Dollars and Sense

Tax day is right around the corner — but that doesn’t mean we’ll all pay our fair share.

An IRS survey last year found the percentage of people who thought it was acceptable to cheat “as much as possible” on their returns doubled compared to 2010.

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Big Bear’s Real Estate Blog: Tri-Cities Real Estate Market Showing Signs of Life!

When the housing bubble burst in 2008 it seemed that everyone was in a panic and that their homes would be worth nothing and it was possible that a huge segment of homes owners were going to be faced with foreclosure and new buyers would be faced with high interest rates. Lets fast forward to January 2012.

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Bear’s Weekly Real Estate Blog. Here Are Four Real Estate Resolutions!

Have you been scratching your head trying to figure out whether or not you should buy a house? Sell a house? Do you even know if you can afford to buy a home? How much money will I net on my sale? You can ask alot of questions and do alot of scratching but the answers can be quite simple!

So make these 4 simple New Years Real Estate Resolutions

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Recession? What Recession? Americans Say ‘We’re Doing Better Than Our Folks’ — Survey of the Day

While the county has been going through an extended period of economic decline and uncertainty, a solid majority of Americans still think that they are ahead of where their parents were financially.

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Support Small Businesses in Tri-Cities

As you're setting a game plan for your after-Thanksgiving shopping, remember to show "Small Business Saturday" some love.
Small Business Saturday
The brainchild of American Express and promoted via Facebook, the iniative is an effort to remind people to support "mom-and-pop" stores during the holiday shopping surge.

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Cost of Thanksgiving Dinner to Jump 13 Percent This Year

According to the American Farm Bureau, the price of Thanksgiving dinner will be 13 percent higher this year than last, marking the biggest jump since 1990.

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Bank of America Will Not Charge Monthly Fee for Debit Card Usage

In September, Bank of America announced it would soon begin charging customers a $5 monthly fee for using their debit cards, saying it was recouping losses from new laws that limited how much it could charge merchants when debit cards were swiped during transactions.

But after a firestorm of negative publicity, BofA waved the white flag of surrender and scrapped the controversial plan.

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John Rich Wants You to Be His Neighbor

In most American cities, it’s been getting harder to sell a house for a few years now — and the buyer’s market can be difficult to navigate even if you’re one of country’s top hitmakers.

That’s the lesson learned by John Rich, who’s taking no chances when it comes to selling his first Nashville residence — which, as luck would have it, sits next door to his current home.

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I’m Moving to Sweden And Getting Addicted To Something.

A man living in Sweden is getting disability checks from the Government, because he is addicted to heavy metal music....wait, what?

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Cell Phones The Last To Go

According to an article in the New York Post, a recent Harris poll showed because of our economy more people are willing to cut costs by cutting out some of their favorite things.

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Finders Keepers…Losers Weepers. Stories Of Found Money

Your walking along and you look down...there it is.....a $5 bill. You pick it up....look around and nobody is paying any attention to you or your newly found friend. What is your next move.

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