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Pay for most prescription drugs, physician visits and medical equipment out of one's own pocket but have enormous medical expenses — say after an accident or surgery — covered by an insurance company. To many Americans, that seems like a...
The most persistent misconception about Californians is that we hate to raise taxes. The truth is that we adore raising taxes -- as long as someone else is paying, that is. So nonsmokers vote to raise cigarette taxes, teetotalers to raise liquor taxes....
KIAHTalk about the Odd Couple. Senator John McCain and Jersey Shore's Snooki are BFFs and fellow Tweeps. Now you may be wondering what on earth does the Senator and a Guidette have in common? They both are fans of tanning and are not fans of Obama's tanning...
Tags: Politics, John McCain, Barack Obama, Facebook, George W. Bush
To the graduating Class of 2010: We do not envy you. The effects of the Great Recession will continue for years, despite the tepid indications that a recovery is imminent. As you've seen, all it takes is a disastrous underwater oil leak, a crapshoot...
I am sure that I have this straight — the Republicans in Congress held the extension of unemployment benefits hostage until President Obama agreed to a two-year extension of the infamous deficit-blossoming Bush tax cuts. In other words, in order to...
The Los Angeles Times reported last Monday that Los Angeles County's public library system could have a budget shortfall of about $22 million per year during the next ten years. The Library Commission's recommendation is for a property tax increase....
I would like to apply for any one of those positions that were held at the time the vote was cast for the renovation to the Department of Motor Vehicle in Glendale ("DMV closing for renovations," Aug. 10). I can't believe that it is being done at a...
Take a close, hard look at the new $6,500 federal tax credit for so-called move-up home buyers that passed the Senate and House recently. Though it's been getting second billing to the original $8,000 credit for first-time purchasers -- now extended by...
Tags: Politics, House Building, Real Estate Buyers, Contracts, Family
Ask Marcia! Sun Sentinel career and workplace writer Marcia Heroux Pounds answers YOUR questions about surviving in the office, finding a job, unemployment benefits and more. To submit your question, e-mail mpounds@SunSentinel.com. Please include your...
Tags: Lobbying, Elections, Interior Policy, Holidays, Lawyers
If you've been holding back on the new $6,500 federal tax credit for repeat home purchases, you now have all the official IRS guidance you'll need to buy a house, qualify for the credit and pocket the $6,500. That's because the Internal Revenue Service...
No one is perfect, especially when it comes to filing a federal income tax return. And with first-timers accounting for the majority of home buyers last year, the IRS is bracing for rookie mistakes. With that in mind, here, according to the Internal...
Despite blizzards that shut federal offices for days, the Internal Revenue Service issued new guidance Feb. 12 on the two tax credit programs that are powering the country's real estate markets -- the $6,500 credit for repeat buyers and the $8,000 first-...
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