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We sold our house and purchased a new one. The money from the sale
went into our lawyer's trust account, and then was passed onto the
vendor that sold us the new house.In my accounting package, I have a
Sales Invoice and a Purchases Invoice, and I need to credit one
against the other.Where do I code those transactions that didn't go
through my bank account?Should I just create a new account code, i.e.
Lawyer's Trust Account?
I am trying to determine the most cost effective way to go about
purchasing individual corporate and municipal bonds that I intend to
hold until maturity.Is there great variation in the fees and
commissions across brokers?Is there any reason not to use a platform
designed for active traders? I intend to make at least one trade per
I have been reevaluating my life-insurance strategy and having
remembered an article about using laddered term life insurance to give
you a higher amount of coverage in the short term with reducing
amounts of coverage in the long term. I am a prolific saver, and I
have plenty of tax avoidance strategies in place for my long term
savings, so I don't really need a discussion of term vs. permanent
life-insurance. My question is whether using laddered policies can
really provide a significant savi
I'm programming a web app to track my hedge fund performance. I'd like
to find my overall ROI for all time.If I had a beginning balance and
my current balance then finding the ROI is easy. For instance
((current balance / beginning balance) * 100) to get the
percentage.Where I am having difficulty is in the fact that each week
there are debits/credits to the account.So how can I accurately figure
a lifetime ROI when each week I'm adding/removing funds?Here is an
example weekly report.9
In short:I have 2 total losses on my record due to city vehicles
pulling out in front of me. They were at fault but the insurance
companies don't care. My wife has an at fault accident which was a 3rd
total loss on my insurances.Her dad backed our van into another car,
it was just an insurance claim.Unfortunately the 2 vehicles are under
my name and no there is no way to change this setup.I am obviously
having a heck of a time with my insurances, my current insurance
company went from
If as a Canadian resident, I hold an NRE account with an Indian bank
and i transfer money earned in CAD to this account. The I earn
interest in rupees and want to transfer back to CAD.The interest is
tax free in India for NRE account, but when I convert them to CAD to
use in Canada, do I pay tax to CRA? Assumption is that I already paid
tax on the original CAD which i transferred to india
My wife and I are planning to buy our first home together sometime
around June/July time this year so we're mainly in 'piling up cash'
mode and are trying to avoid any unnecessary expenses and especially
taking out any new credit.However, my winter beater truck has decided
that it's time for it to retire more or less immediately. Driving my
regular "three season" vehicle out here in winter isn't always
feasible so I'm now faced with two options:1) Buy another crap can
winter beater truck for
A larger retailer admitted recently that hackers were able to steal
credit and debit card data for about 40 million customers. Reports
say that names, payment card numbers, expiration dates and security
codes have been stolen.Since I am customer for the retailer, I am very
concerned. And I am unhappy that the retailer has exposed 40 million
customers to this risk. And I am angry with these criminals.What can
retail customer do to reduce damage from this data breach?Suggestions
The past few years have been rough financially (housing crisis and
collapse in real estate prices). As a result I have been educating
myself about personal finance (credit, debt, budgets, etc). I have
been trying to refine my budget to better manage my spending, saving
and payoff debt.Now I am trying to determine how much I should spend
upon transportation. My current commute is about 30 miles/day, plus
miscellaneous errands (call it 200 miles per week), and public
transport is terrible in

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