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Tax Changes: Sell Your Property or Convert to a Rental Property? What’s Right for You?

March 8, 2019

By Joe Erickson, CPA and Viridian Shareholder Recent changes to tax law can have a significant impact on decision-making in the current real estate environment. This article describes some of the major changes, and it will hopefully help you decide what to do with your home if/when you decide to no longer live there. Tax…

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Don't buy your new home without this

October 24, 2016

If you’re winding down on a home purchase, it’s easy to think of title insurance as just another line item in an otherwise costly and paper-heavy process. It isn’t. Title insurance, coverage that protects buyers and lenders from problems with the ownership to a piece of real estate, is an essential part of the home-purchasing…

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Understanding Probate

May 21, 2012
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When you die, you leave behind your estate. Your estate consists of your assets–all of your money, real estate, and worldly belongings. Your estate also includes your debts, expenses, and unpaid taxes. After you die, somebody must take charge of your estate and settle your affairs. This person will take your estate through probate, a…

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Yours, Mine and Ours — A Couple’s Guide to Retirement Planning

October 12, 2011
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While the reasons for earning two incomes may vary from couple to couple, these families often face a similar financial challenge: participation in separate retirement programs. As a couple, your combined retirement assets are not just limited to what you may have accumulated in your current employers’ retirement plans. You also need to consider any…

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