Tucson Business Development Group is expanding ….
No, we are not moving into a new office, we are expanding both inside and outside of the Tucson area.
What does this mean to you?
Simply this, if you want to really change how secure you are in life, if you want to start making more in a week than a month, if you want a better retirement, then you need to get on board NOW!
We offer a comprehensive training program designed to help you, not only be successful, but to set you up for a 6 figure income over the next 12 months*. Not only that, but through the best education available anywhere, we will help you create long-term wealth! Continue reading
Where you live has a significant impact on whether you pay less taxes (or more) to local, state and federal governments each year. A new survey from GOBankingRates reveals that different tax factors in each state can cost (or save) a typical resident a lot of money — as much as $12,589 a year. To find out the total burden the typical taxpayer faces, GOBankingRates surveyed the combined costs of income taxes, property taxes, sales taxes and gas taxes in each state. The median per capita personal income is $44,891, according to figures from the Bureau of Economic Analysis, and the total median taxes paid is $10,116. That means that typically, about 22.5 percent of an American taxpayer’s incomes goes to the government. Continue reading
April 25, 2014 12:00 am • Kenneth R. Harney Washington Post Writers Group
Are you on the home- buying sidelines this spring because you think you won’t be able to qualify for a mortgage?
You may be part of the surprisingly large crowd of folks who fear the home-loan unknown. A new national consumer survey by OmniTel found that 56 percent of all potential purchasers of homes say they’re out of the market because they don’t want to face the possibility of rejection by lenders.
Many potential buyers believe they need near-perfect credit scores to get a home loan. Continue reading
There is a great article today from Reuters, titled “Home prices rise in January, best yearly increase since 2006: S&P“.
I find it interesting that people cry because the price of housing is going up, but do not understand what this means. Some people are stating that they cannot buy a house. There are several things that one must consider about this.
Margaret Chadbourn, Reuters
WASHINGTON — Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac will build a new joint company for securitizing home loans as a stepping stone toward shrinking the government’s role in the mortgage market, the regulator of the U.S. government-controlled firms said on Monday.