I’ve done a lot of research, especially on the subject of finance homework. You’ll find a lot of conflicting information. There is also information which is just plain wrong.
For example, I’ve seen free online tutorial that discusses the topic of property taxes. When you examine the site, you will see that it talks about properties and how to correctly file them, but it doesn’t explain what the correct method is.
They tell you that when you own more than one piece of property, it might be a good idea to combine your real estate into a single property, and it even recommends that you use a part tax calculator. This simply isn’t true.
There is another tutorial which tells you that part tax calculators are not used for real estate investment. That’s certainly not true either.
Why do you think the government wants to encourage you to invest in this type of property? It’s because they have you calculate the rate of interest.
In addition, these same tutorials will tell you that part calculators are not needed to calculate your property taxes. Wrong again!
What happens if you owe more money than your property is worth? In this case, you have to pay out more, not less.
If you’ve worked with your accountant to come up with an accurate, complete and accurate list of your property tax, you’revery lucky. But, what about if you need to file for bankruptcy?
Do you really want to know how to handle a bankruptcy on the fly? How do you expect to come up with the funds if you’re dealing with such a financial situation?
The best way to handle your finance homework and stay away from filing for bankruptcy is to hire a financial advisor. Make sure the person is qualified and certified.