Is 2018 Your Year to Invest in Real Estate or REITs?

REITs
When most think of investment vehicles for growing wealth, stocks are usually the first thing that comes to mind. While stocks should certainly be part of your portfolio, investing in real estate or REITs can be a great method for diversification. If you’re wondering whether 2018 is your year to invest in real estate or REITs, here’s what you need to know. jQuery(window).load(function(){ ...

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Birth Should be a Blessing, So Why Do Birth Injuries Happen?

Most doctors are well-prepared for emergency delivery room situations, especially if there is a risk of shoulder dystocia. This condition causes many birth injuries. If the baby is too large to move down the mother’s narrow birth canal, the umbilical cord can disrupt the baby’s oxygen supply and cause irreversible brain damage in about five minutes. For various reasons, some mothers have little...

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Why You Shouldn’t Wait to File Taxes (and When You Should)

Filing Taxes On Time Or Late?
It is generally accepted that when you file taxes the process can be stressful. It can also be a lot of hard work, regardless of whether your personal financial situation is good or bad. For many people, seeing just how much you owe the IRS can be disheartening. In an effort to delay the unpleasantness, many people forgo filing their taxes until the deadline draws near. But waiting to file isn’t...

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The Worst Credit Score Nightmares Begin with These Mistakes

Some of the worst credit score nightmares actually start out with deceptively simple mistakes. Things progress from bad to worse more often than happening suddenly. jQuery(window).load(function(){ var s = document.createElement("script"); s.type = "text/javascript"; s.src = "https://moneymade.io/embed/embed.js"; setTimeout(function(){ jQuery('#moneymade-ad-2').append('') ...

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