Monthly Archives: August 2017

IRS confusion over homebuyer tax credits – in 2010 and now?

According to some Federal Laws instituted during the 2008-2013 financial crisis run, there were two basic tax credits for first-time homebuyers to stimulate home purchases: First time homebuyers were offered a $7,500 (married) or $3,750 (single) “refundable” (meaning under certain … Continue reading

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Who’s going to prison or getting fined over real estate or mortgage crimes?

FTC working to shut down companies operating real estate seminar scheme Three Sentenced for Running Sophisticated Real Estate Fraud Scheme Settlement signed in Ponzi lawsuits with Jacksonville car fire survivor Nevada Real Estate Broker Sentenced to Prison for Tax Fraud … Continue reading

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