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9 Tax-Related Myths About Selling Your Home

10 October 2012

Tweet I am moving. It feels weird to finally say that out loud (er, yes, the blog counts as out loud). I have lived in my current home in Philadelphia for fourteen years: my entire adult life, more or less. In that time, I’ve stored up a whole houseful of memories. I have hosted Thanksgiving […]

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15 Ways To Turn Your Bucket List Into A Tax Deduction

6 June 2012

Whether you want to trek the rain forest, learn a new language or sail the world, Uncle Sam might help you pay for it.

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Taxes from A to Z: E Is For Educator Expenses

8 March 2012

Tweet E is for Educator Expenses. Every Friday, I volunteer in my son’s kindergarten class. I am constantly amazed at how much money his teacher spends – out of her own pocket – to buy treats, prizes, awards, snacks and crafts for her students. Last Friday, she bought Dr. Seuss paper hats, put together activity […]

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Extending tax cuts eliminates uncertainty

14 December 2010

Tweet The folks at Thomson Reuters asked me to write a piece about the Bush tax cuts and I was happy to oblige. Give it a read… I think you’ll be surprised. Extending tax cuts eliminates uncertainty | Analysis & Opinion

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