Being Smart About Your New Family’s Future

Regardless of your age or how healthy you are, accidents and illness can strike at any time; life does not discriminate. What would happen if you were not there to help provide for your family? Part of being a responsible spouse or parent is planning for the future to protect your loved ones from a […]

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Tax breaks for Catastrophic Losses

Many people in Hurricane Sandy’s wake have lost thousands of dollars worth of property, if not more. However, these people can expect some relief from the IRS. Victims of catastrophic loss are eligible for a tax deduction for property loss that was “sudden, unexpected, or unusual.” This deduction applies to all U.S. taxpayers, not just […]

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Arizona Voters Say ‘No’ to Prop 204

The recent measure to extend funding to Arizona education, Prop 204, was soundly defeated in the recent election by 65%. The proposition sought to implement a sales tax of 1-cent in effort to provide additional revenue to public schools in serious need around Arizona. Prop 204 was met with moderate controversy from the onset, dividing […]

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