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What Debt Can I Consolidate?

What Debt Can I Consolidate?

Credit cards, personal loans, and even some student loan debt can be consolidated. It can be a great way to take control of your finances and reduce the amount of interest you pay. Consolidation can help simplify your debt payments by combining multiple high-interest debts into...

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If You Win a Car What Are the Taxes?

If You Win a Car What Are the Taxes?

Winning a car will be taxed at fair market value, usually around 30%. So if you win a $45,000 car, you'll likely owe approximately $15,000 in taxes. Those taxes don’t include maintenance, insurance, or the initial costs of getting the car set up with the DMV, like tags and...

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How to Get a Nevada Tax ID Number

How to Get a Nevada Tax ID Number

The easiest way to get a Nevada tax ID number is to apply on the Nevada Tax Center website. You'll be required to fill out an application, but the process is straightforward. Starting a new business can be a bit scary if you've never done it before. But Nevada wants more...

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How Much Are State Taxes in Las Vegas?

How Much Are State Taxes in Las Vegas?

Sales tax in Las Vegas, Nevada, is 8.375% for 2022. There are no state income or estate taxes. Property taxes are among the lowest in the country, sometimes as low as .5%, while taxes on alcohol and cigarettes are a relatively high rate compared to other states. Taxes are...

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Why Don’t Schools Teach Taxes?

Why Don’t Schools Teach Taxes?

The general consensus of why schools don't teach students about taxes is because there are too many variables when reporting income. People file taxes differently and it is considered impractical to teach students about this topic. There is a controversy around the issue of...

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What is RDP in Taxes?

What is RDP in Taxes?

RDP is a Registered Domestic Partner. If you are a Registered Domestic Partner, the IRS does not recognize this partnership as a marriage. In California, RDPs have to file their federal and state tax returns separately. RDP couples have to file tax returns as "Single" or "Head...

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