The Characteristics Of Gold As An Asset

Posted on: 14 October 2019
When you are looking to downsize your possessions, you may have a piece of gold jewelry that you don't know what to do with. It's not in very good condition, so you don't think that you can easily sell it. But you might be surprised that gold jewelry that is in bad condition can be almost as valuable when you take into consideration the intrinsic value of gold. Gold Is Scarce
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The Difference Between a Cash Bond & a Surety Bond After an Arrest

Posted on: 17 September 2019
Getting arrested and placed in jail never occurs at a convenient time in life, and it is actually something you probably hope never happens to you. Yet, if you are currently in jail, it evidently did happen and now you will have to figure out a way to get out. When you are in this position, you could get out of jail by either paying a cash bond or a surety bond and here are the differences with these.
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Tax Preparation No-Nos And Okays: What You Should Know

Posted on: 15 July 2019
Tax preparation should never be a complicated process. However, you might be surprised about some of the things people do while not realizing that they should not have done that. There are also some things you can do that most people do not realize are perfectly okay to do. Here are some no-no and okay situations that you should be aware of in regards to your tax preparation services.  No Processing of Taxes Without Full Information
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Don't Panic About These Common IRS Notices — Do This Instead

Posted on: 15 May 2019
After tax season is over, some taxpayers will receive correspondence from the IRS. While this prospect is often scary, there is no need to panic. Here are the five most common letters that you may see after filing your income taxes, as well as what to do next. CP12. This letter notifies you that you likely made a math error on your return. The result was that you overpaid taxes and are due a refund.
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