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Tax implications of crowdfunding

Tax Implications for Crowdfunding

Crowdfunding contributions are often thought of as “free money,” but that’s not the case, and failure to comply with tax laws could cause issues with the IRS.
Crowdfunding sites like Kickstarter and Indiegogo have provided an unprecedented avenue for people to …

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Estate Planning for Millennials: Your Post-Grad Checklist

Young people often underestimate their assets and don’t realize how useful an estate plan can be — even for those who’ve recently graduated.
Between transitioning from college to the workforce and paying down student debt, estate planning is pretty low on …

man using real estate apps

Real Estate Apps for Homebuyers

Homebuying is moving to mobile, but in some areas, apps can’t replace the expertise and human element of a licensed broker. We break down what’s useful about real estate apps, and what parts of the homebuying process can’t be replaced …

Eco-friendly real estate

The 411 on The Eco-Friendly Real Estate Market

Everything you need to know about buying, creating, and selling a sustainable home
In a recent Trulia survey, 79% of Americans said they considered themselves environmentally conscious. When it came to acting on their desire to be more environmentally friendly though, …

litigation v. arbitration

Litigation v. Arbitration

Understanding the difference and which is right for your case
Litigation and arbitration are both terms used to settle legal disputes, but they’re different in that one is done in court, while the other is done privately. Choosing which route to …