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Expert advice: Tax breaks on your house

Photo by blmurch A few weeks ago, I offered you the opportunity to ask David Bergstein, professional tax analyst and CPA, your tax questions and a chance to get a free account at CCH CompleteTax. Some of this is pretty technical, but I wanted to get your advanced questions answered, so here are David's answers. * * * "IWTYBR readers posted some excellent ...

The Truth: What Obama and McCain won’t tell you about your money

After watching the debate tonight, I figured I'd translate what both candidates were saying. Sorry I'm not as politically correct as them, but I hope this is informative. Things will get a lot harder before they get better. All the predictions about the recovery taking until "at least the end of the year" are horseshit. In truth, nobody knows, but ...

You have $100 extra per month. Should you pay off your mortgage early or invest?

Two answers: Photo from luxerta 1. Invest 2. Run the numbers The key thing here is to actually do an analysis, as opposed to throwing around hand-wavy arguments like "Renting is throwing your money down the toilet" and "Leverage always makes you money." If you make a financial decision that will cost you hundreds of thousands of dollars without doing ...

My friend was about to buy a million-dollar house with no research

Note: I've created a new category called "Real estate" (see the other categories on the right side of the blog). One of my friends is 28 and she's looking to buy a house in San Francisco pretty soon. Now, as you know, I'm not a big fan of real estate for investment reasons, but because I'm not an expert, I've ...

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Homeowners are taking the risky route and I am confused

Does anyone else find this weird? ...a one-year ARM, at 5.8 percent on average, now costs only a third of a percentage point less than a 30-year fixed-rate mortgage, at 6.2 percent. And ARM holders still face the risk of paying a higher interest rate down the road. But while there's a new refi boom in swing, not ...

Meet the 24-year old with $2.2 million in debt

Regular readers know that I'm not especially enthusiastic about investing in real estate (see here and here for examples of why), so this post won't come as a big surprise. But it's not just about why I think stocks are better. Many of you have been hearing about the blog http://www.iamfacingforeclosure.com, written by a 24-year-old guy named ...