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Taxes All Done? Here’s When It’s Safe To Shred Those Receipts

Congratulations! Your 2021 taxes have been filed. So, is it safe now to throw away all those receipts, statements, and confirmations? Kiplinger reporter Rivan V. Stinson explains in a recent article what you need to keep, and what it’s safe to shred. “Generally, the IRS has three years from the date you file to audit your […]

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Where Are Home Prices Headed In 2022?

Are you thinking of selling your home in the next few months? Or perhaps you’re in the market to buy? Here’s a look at where home prices might be headed as we move into the new year. Things may be slowing down a little, but experts do not expect home prices to drop. The housing […]

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Owning May Still Be The American Dream, But More People Are Opting For The Rental Lifestyle

Owning your own home may still be the American dream, but over the last decade, there’s been a huge evolution in how Americans view renting. “The recession pushed many to rent out of necessity,” say real estate experts at RENTCafé. But “the economic expansion which followed, coupled with changing attitudes towards family and homeownership, lead […]

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