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Deducting Your Casualty Losses at Tax Time: Don’t Mistake the IRS for an Insurance Provider

Deducting Your Casualty

By Rosalyn Binday  Did you have a loss last year due to weather, theft or an accident? Are you planning to deduct that loss when you file your Federal Income Tax return? Well, it might not be so easy.  In fact, the IRS sets a pretty high bar for a tax deduction due to a casualty loss.  It’s a good...

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2014-03-13
By: Advocate Brokerage

Summer Subletting

As the summer months are upon us and vacation time is just ahead of you, there may be an opportunity for you to sublet your property to others; however, there are many risks in doing so and, if you rent, the decision may not be solely up to you. In the state of New York, it is required you receive...

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2012-07-26
By: Advocate Brokerage

Advocate Advantages

Investing in #insurance can be a big step for most people. And deciding on the appropriate coverage is not always simple. Insurance policies are greatly detailed and sometimes impenetrable to many purchasers. At times, it can be difficult to fully understand the benefits you should be receiving. At Advocate Brokerage, our employees are experts in educating you on your insurance...

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2012-03-14
By: Advocate Brokerage

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