Winter and real estate don’t exactly go hand in hand. Most Western New Yorkers, especially homeowners, know firsthand how hard winter can be on a home. Ice, snow, wind and freezing temperatures can wreak havoc on your property.
Suppose you can’t pay your mortgage, and you can’t sell your house because you owe more than it’s worth. You’re in a real jam.
Yours, mine, and ours. These are some key words to think about when beginning or revisiting a conversation concerning money management with your partner. Some couples don’t put that much thought into the merging of finances – but that is a big mistake.
From a legal standpoint, when equipment, decorations, or appliances become affixed or fastened to the real estate, it becomes a fixture and is supposed to be transferred as part of the sale, unless there is an agreement providing otherwise. What are some of the factors determining whether something is a fixture?
A key facet of the 21st century estate planning that many people overlook is a digital estate plan. With our lives becoming more engrained in technology each day, it is important to protect these assets too!
Believe it or not, spring is just around the corner. It can sneak up quickly, so make sure your home is prepared for the season to come with these helpful tips! Not only will you be proactive, but some of these tasks will give you a chance to get outside and enjoy the fresh air!
A car accident, regardless of the severity, is a frightening and stressful event for an individual to experience. Unfortunately, the winter months bring increased risks for accidents due to the weather and the hazardous road conditions it causes.
Everyone loves the month of March… Spring is here, flowers are beginning to bloom, March Madness brackets are being formed, and everyone’s favorite green beer holiday is being celebrated every single weekend.
Social networking sites, such as Facebook, Google and Twitter, have the potential to damage your claim for a personal injury. Insurance companies and claim agents will use Google, Yahoo and other search engines to access these sites and find information they can use against you, including posts or pictures about how the accident happened, who caused it, who was at fault and its effects—even posts that have nothing to do with the accident.
A time may arise when you may be asked to provide information from last year’s tax return. Whether it be for a student loan, mortgage, or a VISA, it’s important to know how to obtain this important information. The IRS offers a free transcript service to get you the information you need.