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3 Bitcoin Stocks You Shouldn’t Invest In

First Bitcoin Capital Corp. (NASDAQOTH:BITCF) This small Bitcoin stock surged in 2017 (as a lot of things did), and calls itself “the world’s most prolific generator of cryptocurrencies.” The company develops new digital currencies and blockchain technologies, but can’t really justify its market cap of more than $250 million. There …

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Save Time Investing

Create a plan Maybe the most ideal approach to accelerate your venture choices is to have an arrangement, and afterward stick to it. (It records your arrangement so you can allude to it later.) An arrangement can enable you to dodge second speculating yourself, remain centered and settle on the …

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Real Estate in Dallas-Fort Worth still a good investment?

The median sales price in the Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington market has skyrocketed 33 percent in just three years and housing costs — once considered a bargain in Texas — are now comparable with other major metropolitan areas. Rooney has made four unsuccessful offers on houses since October — each time for …

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A How To On Index Funds

1. Choose a benchmark index Garza & Harris LLC say that while the Standard & Poor’s 500 index is one of the best-known indexes, it isn’t the only index around. There are indexes — and corresponding index funds — composed of stocks or other assets chosen based on: Company size …

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Investing moves to be done by the end of the year

Give your 401(k) a raise If you can, boost your 401(k) savings rate by that amount in the new year. The beauty of an employer-sponsored 401(k) — especially one where you’re automatically enrolled — is that inertia works for you. You don’t have to keep remembering to sock away money …

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Slowdown in Chinese Real Estate Market

Domestic real estate investment in China is dropping. Numbers released from the National Bureau of Statistics of China show that May’s property investment in terms of square footage was higher than last year, but still remained way below the baseline. The decline in investment combined with cooling measures will likely …

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Attorney Joe Garza Says EU Tax Rules Should Reflect Corporate Earnings

European Union officials announced on Tuesday plans to curb corporate tax avoidance strategies among large companies operating within European borders. Up to $80 billion in taxes went unpaid last year, according to the European Commission, and leadership has decided it is time for corporations like MacDonald’s and Amazon to start paying …

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Do IRS Budget Cuts Mean Fewer Audits?

Do IRS Budget Cuts Mean Fewer Audits?

The IRS has learned to live lean since 2010, and no one seems to be complaining. At least, no one who makes less than $1 million dollars. Budget slashes, enacted throughout the last five years¹, have reduced the IRS to a shell of its former self, and the powers-that-be must …

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When Should You Hire a Lawyer for Your Small Business Needs?

When should you seek legal advice from a small business lawyer?

Kathleen M. Stotish, Esq. focuses her legal practice on business transactions and commercial litigation. Ms. Stotish gets great satisfaction out of assisting small business owners with the often complicated process of establishing and maintaining their business entities. She has drafted, negotiated, and reviewed a wide variety of partnership and joint …

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Strong & Clear Contracts are Crucial to Success: How Can You Ensure That You Have One?

Strong & Clear Contracts are Crucial to Success: How Can You Ensure That You Have One?

Kathleen M. Stotish, Esq. focuses her legal practice on business transactions and commercial litigation. Ms. Stotish gets great satisfaction out of assisting small business owners with the often complicated process of establishing and maintaining their business entities. She has drafted, negotiated, and reviewed a wide variety of partnership and joint …

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Planning for the Unplanned – Does Your Business Have an Exit Strategy?

Planning for the Unplanned – Does Your Business Have an Exit Strategy?

Kathleen M. Stotish, Esq. focuses her legal practice on business transactions and commercial litigation. Ms. Stotish gets great satisfaction out of assisting small business owners with the often complicated process of establishing and maintaining their business entities. She has drafted, negotiated, and reviewed a wide variety of partnership and joint …

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Teaching Children About Responsible Spending

The Road to Responsible Spending

Money, spending, and saving can be difficult concepts for children. Parents are often unsure of when it is a good time to educate their children on financial literacy. Check out the infographic below from cushteecash.co.uk for ideas on how to make money fun for children while building a solid foundation.

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War and Peace: What to Do With Gold in Times of Geopolitical Instability

War and Peace: What to Do With Gold in Times of Geopolitical Instability

In June, tensions between the Iraqi government and insurgent collective, ISIS escalated—and so did gold prices. It was roughly the same scenario late last year. Gold prices soared by up to 9 percent after a horrific chemical attack in Syria left hundreds dead and sparked talks of out-and-out U.S. military …

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Top 10 Essential Tips for Buying a Home

Buying a home can seem to be quite daunting with more than a couple of key challenges to handle. It’s really tempting to either go with the home that suits your budget or you can continue with your old house. But you can demystify the process of home buying and …

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Connor Bruggemann: The Teen Investor

Connor Bruggemann: The Teen Investor

Penny stocks are defined as stocks that are worth less than a dollar and considering the financial gain many investors dream of making easy money through penny stocks since it seems simple: find a promising underrated company, buy the stocks and sell them when their price goes grows. Though it …

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