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IRS delays tax filing, payment deadlines – Paradise Post

Less than one month ahead of the traditional date, the I.R.S. has delayed the deadline for filing and paying taxes. The new deadline is May 17, 2021. This new deadline also applies to making 2020 contributions to IRAs and Roth IRAs, health savings accounts (HSAs), and Coverdell education savings accounts (Coverdell ESAs). The delay follows

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Bitcoin Recently Fell Through A Key Support Level—What's Next?

Several technical analysts have commented on bitcoin's recent price declines. Photo by: STRF/STAR … [+] MAX/IPx 2021 3/13/21 Bitcoin rises above $60K to a new record high. STRF/STAR MAX/IPx Bitcoin prices recently dropped below their 50-day moving average (MA) and have stayed below this key level for a matter of days, a development that has

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Bitcoin Prices Bounce Back After Falling More Than 15%

Bitcoin prices bounced back this morning, experiencing some gains after their weekend sell-off. … [+] (Photo by Jordan Mansfield/Getty Images) Getty Images Bitcoin prices have recovered recently, climbing more than 10% from their recent low, after suffering a notable decline over the weekend. The world’s most prominent digital currency reached as much as $57,609.37 this

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The Beginner's Guide to Building Wealth With Private Notes

Rentals or fix-and-flips are the real estate investing vehicles we usually talk about to build wealth and achieve financial independence. But another, equally powerful real estate technique should be on your radar if it’s not already. The technique is called private note investing. In general, a private note just means you’re the lender instead of the owner

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It’s All About Bonds – Paradise Post

There’s an old Wall Street maxim that says, “markets climb a wall of worry.” And these days, there’s plenty to worry about with the trend in long-term interest rates. The 10-year Treasury yield in recent weeks moved above 1.75% (the highest in 14 months), and the 30-year Treasury topped 2.5% for the first time since

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