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Challenged Homeowners Want No Part of Government Help

Tweet No bailout for underwater homeowners. Financially challenged homeowners want to be bailed out by the federal government, right? Judging by the news media, you’d think that everyone who is

Home Buying Money News

Final Month For Home Buyer Tax Credit

Tweet Four weeks from today, an important tax credit for home buyers will come to an end. On April 30, 2010, the deadline for “The Worker, Homeownership, and Business Assistance

Consumer Tips

How To Survive An IRS Tax Audit

Tweet You’ve just received the one notification everyone dreads: the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has decided to audit your tax returns. Don’t panic: 1.4 million Americans were audited in 2009

Consumer Tips

Enjoy Tax Credits For Energy Conservation

Tweet Who knew that conserving energy in the home can be so very beneficial financially? If you made a purchase in 2009 or are planning to make one in 2010

Autos Express Consumer Tips

Cash For Clunkers? Not Law Yet!

Tweet This past April, SayEducate.Com made mention of the federal government’s “Cash For Clunkers” program, a plan where car buyers would be able to trade in their older, gas guzzling

Commentary

Is Tax Relief Really The American Way?

Tweet Look back over our nation’s history and you soon realize that taxation has always played a big role in how Americans define themselves. One of the reasons why the

Home Improvement

Fed Tax Credit, Rebates For Select Home Improvement Projects

Tweet If you’re planning a home improvement project for this year or next, you may want to take a look at the legislation that President Barack H. Obama signed into

Autos Express

New Car Now Or Wait For Cash For Clunkers?

Tweet The U.S. Congress is debating the merits of a federal government program where buyers of news cars could be entitled to a hefty discount on their purchase if they

Commentary

The Tax Man Cometh!

Tweet If you’re like millions of Americans, today isn’t one of your favorite days. In fact, April 15th is downright distressing for many taxpayers as federal and state income taxes

Consumer Tips

What You Need To Know About The FDIC And Your Money

Tweet The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) was created in 1933 to provide deposit insurance for America’s banking system. Reporting directly to the federal government, the FDIC was put into