A while back I wrote about how millions of homeowners are finding themselves underwater in their mortgage. In other words, they are finding that they owe more on their home than it is currently w … [Read more...] about Tax Implications Of Strategically Defaulting On Your Underwater Mortgage
Earlier this year in February 2010, Credit Card Accountability, Responsibility and Disclosure Act (CARD) of 2009 took effect. The law was supposed to be a a consumer friendly piece of legislation … [Read more...] about Credit Card Companies Find New Ways To Take Your Money After Passage Of CARD Act Of 2009
In early June millions of people who were without a job ran out of jobless benefits as congress failed to push back the deadline for people to apply for unemployment. It is estimated that over 2 … [Read more...] about Unemployment Benefits Extended And Are Available Again For Up To 99 Weeks
One thing that hasn't received very much notice lately I think is the fact that at the end of 2010, the 2001 Bush tax cuts will be expiring for all taxpayers. If you remember, the tax cuts were … [Read more...] about Bush Tax Cuts Set To Expire In 2011. Will You Be Paying More?