The Florida housing market is still reeling from the effects of Hurricane Irma. It seems that the hurricane caused more than just physical destruction: It also wreaked havoc on real estate transactions.
Every year, thousands of new businesses are created, but not all of them will survive. The Small Business Administration estimates that only 50 percent of new businesses will succeed past their first five years. This statistic might seem daunting, but savvy business owners should not be discouraged.
For many of us, home is a place that we have worked long and hard to cultivate. It’s a place that holds many memories, a place that is safe. No one ever wishes to have their home foreclosed upon. However, if you fail to make your mortgage payments on time, foreclosure is a very real possibility.
Widows of publishing magnates mostly enjoy a comfortable life during both the life and following the death of their spouse. Marrying someone who has built a print and digital empire over several decades has its benefits in the form of a significant inheritance.
While next year’s tax season is several months away, it tends to brings out the chance to save money in everyone. Savings, in this regard, means figuring out ways to reduce one’s taxable income so that a chance at an income tax refund can be realized. Having a refund check is especially important for the elderly, because it is likely the largest individual check to be received all year.