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 Can I Invest More Than $5000 Into a Traditional IRA?

Answer Internal Revenue Service regulations generally limit the annual contribution for individual retirement accounts to $5,000, as of 2010. There are exceptions, however. Under certain conditions, such... Read More »
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Can I invest more than $5,000 into a traditional IRA?

As of 2010, the limit for annual contributions for IRAs equals $5,000 unless you are 50 years or older, in which case you can contribute an additional $1,000 for a total contribution of $6,000 per ... Read More »
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Can you deduct more than $5000 for deduction on a 1065?

More than $5000 can be deducted on IRS form 1065 when it comes to real estate. Domestic partners who have an active real estate property can deduct part or all of their losses, as well as claim rea... Read More »
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Is Invisalign more expensive than traditional braces?

Invisalign is an alternative to braces that wearers may remove and clean; Invisalign is also transparent and unnoticeable. However, the cost of Invisalign can be significantly more than traditional... Read More »
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Rather than save money, would it be wise to invest money into a constantly expanding portfolio?

Assuming you pick good companies, not necessarily high rated companies. It is not wise to put too much faith in how Wall Street analysts rate companies. They are always too optimisitic. And you ... Read More »
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