Are houseboats tax-deductible?

Answer Yes, it is. As long as the boat has both a galley and a head, it can be considered a second home, so the interest on a houseboat loan is tax-deductible, just like mortgage interest.Source:MSN Reale... Read More »

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Are houseboats allowed on South Padre Island, Texas?

Houseboats are allowed on the island, according to the U.S. Coast Guard. Sea Ranch Marina reports that it does not service many houseboats, and it is the only large marina on the island. Most of th... Read More »

If you have an accident before the deductible is lowered but the claim is not filed until after which deductible applies?

Answer The deductible at the time of the accident not the time of claim.

What is the minimum deductible for high deductible health plans?

The minimum deductible for a high deductible health plan is $1,200 for an individual and $2,400 for families in 2010 and is set by the U.S. Department of the Treasury. This is up from $1,150 and $2... Read More »

Which is better 500 deductible or 1000 deductible?

Answer It depends. If you plan on having a lot of claims against the insurance, 500 deductible is a better deal. If you only want the insurance to protect you from MAJOR disasters that don't usuall... Read More »