Posts Tagged ‘tax’

Taking A Tax Loss On Your Principal Residence | Don Gockel

October 12, 2017


Taking A Tax Loss On Your Principal Residence | Don Gockel
http://homes-on-the-web.com/2017/10/11/taking-a-tax-loss-on-your-principal-residence/

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How Could Tax Reform Hurt the Housing Market? | Don Gockel

September 9, 2017


How Could Tax Reform Hurt the Housing Market? | Don Gockel
http://homes-on-the-web.com/2017/09/08/how-could-tax-reform-hurt-the-housing-market/

Tax Free Exchange: A Valuable Alternative To A Home Sale | Don Gockel

August 9, 2017


Tax Free Exchange: A Valuable Alternative To A Home Sale | Don Gockel
http://homes-on-the-web.com/2017/08/08/tax-free-exchange-a-valuable-alternative-to-a-home-sale/

WHAT TO DO WHEN YOUR TAX APPRAISAL COMES IN HIGH | Don Gockel

January 4, 2017


WHAT TO DO WHEN YOUR TAX APPRAISAL COMES IN HIGH | Don Gockel
http://homes-on-the-web.com/2017/01/03/what-to-do-when-your-tax-appraisal-comes-in-high/

THERE ARE TAX BENEFITS WITH HOME OWNERSHIP | Don Gockel

May 9, 2016


THERE ARE TAX BENEFITS WITH HOME OWNERSHIP | Don Gockel
http://homes-on-the-web.com/2016/05/08/there-are-tax-benefits-with-home-ownership/

REMEMBER THE ROLLOVER? IT MAY COST YOU SOME TAX | Don Gockel

October 1, 2015


REMEMBER THE ROLLOVER? IT MAY COST YOU SOME TAX | Don Gockel
http://homes-on-the-web.com/2015/09/30/remember-the-rollover-it-may-cost-you-some-tax/

DON’T MISS THESE HOMEOWNER TAX BENEFITS | Don Gockel

September 12, 2015


DON’T MISS THESE HOMEOWNER TAX BENEFITS | Don Gockel
http://homes-on-the-web.com/2015/09/11/dont-miss-these-homeowner-tax-benefits/

DON’T TAX REAL ESTATE INVESTORS, REALTORS TELL VANCOUVER POLITICIANS | Don Gockel

August 13, 2015


DON’T TAX REAL ESTATE INVESTORS, REALTORS TELL VANCOUVER POLITICIANS | Don Gockel
http://homes-on-the-web.com/2015/08/12/dont-tax-real-estate-investors-realtors-tell-vancouver-politicians/

Tax Returns Are Not Sacred

September 3, 2014


Today, lenders insist that borrowers sign IRS Form 4506, entitled ‘Request for Copy of Tax Return’. In my opinion, this is the most objectionable documents required at settlement. By signing this form, you are giving a blank check to the holder of the document to have complete access to your Federal Income tax return(s). It is a virtual invitation to pry into what you thought are your private tax returns.
http://dongockel.realtytimes.com/consumeradvice/buyersadvice1/item/29507-20140729-tax-returns-are-not-sacred

Fact or Fiction: A Tax On Real Estate Sales

August 24, 2014


On January 1, 2013, the Net Investment tax went into effect. Despite numerous articles and columns reminding consumers that this tax does not apply to every real estate sale, rumors continue to keep flying all over the country, claiming that the Health Reform legislation Congress enacted includes a sales tax on all real estate sales. While there is a tax, it does not apply to everyone.
http://dongockel.realtytimes.com/consumeradvice/sellersadvice1/item/29345-20140722-fact-or-fiction-a-tax-on-real-estate-sales