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Hey, I’m a big fan of home study — books, CDs, and courses — and learning in «bits». But NOTHING compares to getting away from your office or home, spending a few days with teachers and other «students», and completely focusing on learning new strategies to improve your business.
CTEC courses First. Yes, it’s true that stocks and real estate prices have been dropping more lately than they’ve been going up… but if prices are low, that means it’s a BUYER’S market.
Regarding Taxes: When it comes to taxes I will never profess to be an expert. This is too critical and the best is to contact a CPA (Certified Public Accountant) to talk about your situation and issues that you might need to look out for. Here in Santa Barbara, CA., I would be happy to recommend my father, Mike Schmidtchen at 805-963-0881. He has been a local CPA for roughly 30 years.
CTEC classes With a «reverse» mortgage, you receive money from a lender and don’t have to pay it back for as long as you live in your home. However, the loan requires repayment when you die, sell your home, or no longer live there as your principal home.
Here is an out of the box idea. Being I have experienced the VA medical facilities in Michigan and compared to the Private sector Medicine my vote has to go to the VA. The government has a working model and the need to take day care of more Veterans is inevitable because we are still at war. The cost has gone up in this sector and is going to increase. The VA has recognized this and in Michigan at this time the VA is expanding the clinics for my regional area. Here is the grand idea, the government should claim public domain and take the Private Medical Entities over and run them like the VA Model.
CTEC approved provider Prop. 90 allows a county to choose to accept or deny Prop. 13 and accept a grandfathered property value assessment when buying a new home. As of June 1, 2005, seven California counties honor Proposition 13; Alameda, Los Angeles, Orange, San Diego, San Mateo, Santa Clara and Ventura.
These are the liens that did not sell in the sales earlier this year. They were taken over by the county and made available for bid on a first come, first serve basis. There is no bidding down the interest at these sales, and all certificates are awarded at the maximum interest rate — 18% per annum. The trick is getting in on these tax sales as soon as they open their doors to investors.