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Est Tax 1040E
posted by: oldguy @ Wed Mar 25, 2015 4:20 pm
When you owe over $1000 on April 15, you are subject to penalty - and you are expected to pay quarterly estimates the following year.

Question - is that number ever updated, indexed, etc? Or ha it been $1000 since the beginning of Time? I seem to recall that it was $1000 way back in the 1980's?
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Keep money in savings account or...?
posted by: GordonG @ Mon Mar 23, 2015 8:01 pm
So, I have a decent amount (approaching $200K) in a "high yield" savings account which earns about 1% interest. I've been building it up in order to buy a house, but it's taken a lot longer than I thought to find the right one. Sometimes I wonder if it's a waste to have it just sitting in a savings account. On the other hand, I don't want to risk losing anything. At some point, some of this money will be used for a down payment on a house, or I suppose if I save long enough, I could just buy a house outright.

Anyway, what would you do i...
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Vacational Rental Purchase
posted by: Netcord @ Mon Mar 23, 2015 11:39 am
We are considering buying a vacation rental in St Thomas, USVI.

We currently have a house in Tampa, Fl. worth around $260k - with no mortgage... it was paid off in full back in 2008.

We do not have the cash in hand to put down the necessary 20%+ on this new purchase at this time, so understand that we can't get a mortgage of say 90-100%.

I'm assuming our best path (all things being equal) is to mortgage our current house to raise this deposit of say 30% and to have 2 mortgages.

Was hoping you guys could give some guidance.

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NCDEX Tips| NCDEX Live| NCDEX Trend For Today
posted by: sharetipsguru1 @ Mon Mar 23, 2015 8:45 am
NCDEX Turmeric Trend:
Turmeric slipped lower and later closed the day at 7892 levels. As long as prices trading well below the 45 day EMA resistance at 8215, bearish moves could see towards 7810 followed by 7720/7530 levels in the near term. Moreover, daily RSI (14) is still showing weakness. Conversely, any rise above 8310 could regain some bullish bias in the counter. Hence, recommend to sell on pullbacks for the day.

NCDEX Jeera Trend:
Jeera prices slumped lower from the high of 14775 and later closed the day at 14610. Currently, prices...
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What is an RRSP contribution limit?
posted by: Bradford @ Fri Mar 20, 2015 10:14 pm
What is an RRSP contribution limit as stated in income tax assessment?

I'm wondering how much I'm allowed to contribute to my RRSP this year? On my income tax assessment it says my RRSP deduction limit is $6,499.00. Does this mean I am allowed to contribute up to that amount to my RRSP? I am a student this year and am not employed. My net income last year was $1 and I read somewhere you can only contribute 18% of your net income? A little confused.
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What is TrafficMonsoon?
TrafficMonsoon is a specialized advertising and revenue sharing company that allows international participation of individuals and groups. Their services provide high quality advertising targeted for people seeking for a way to earn money online along with complete account privacy, top level online security, efficient account management, and a dedicated support team.

Who can benefit from that business?
This business is built in a way to satisfy every online worker. Both advertisers and free members can find satisfac...
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Started SEP accnt, cash out unhealthy 401k to pay off debt?
posted by: crashtestdummy @ Wed Mar 18, 2015 1:11 pm
I have a good amount of high interest credit card debt that needs to be taken care of. I'm paying roughly 300/month in interest alone, and it's killing me, not to mention my fiance is a stay at home mom and has a good bit as well we are paying on. I'm looking for a little help on deciding if I should cash out my 401k. It was started many years ago, however I was laid off and there have been no contributions to it for a long time. It sits right now at $14,000 & hasn't grown much over the years, maybe 7-8% per year. The only reason that...
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Buy Running Websites with special offers
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