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Answered by Prateek Mehrotra, Financial Adviser in Appleton, WI
I would go back to his grandma's tax return and trace the annual 1099 interest report and get the account number from that before contacting the bank. Keep in mind ...
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Asked by John
Answered by Barry Rabinowitz, Financial Adviser in Plantation, FL
There is a big difference. A 529 has special tax rules, whereby if the funds are used for tuition, laptops, etc, all growth can be withdrawn income tax free. Also, in...
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Answered by Cathy Curtis, Financial Adviser in Oakland, CA
You might want to check out Quicken Loans HELOC's or Charles Schwab HELOC's (not sure if they do business in Florida)
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Answered by David Skow, Mortgage BrokerPRO+ in Seattle , WA
You can choose to pay any fee/cost you want to based on the interest rate you choose ... so in many cases you can obtain a lender credit to help pay for some of yo...
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Sometimes you can find better rate with Union Bank than traditional one but I want to caution you to read all fine print in any financial transactions
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Answered by Justin Clark, Mortgage Broker in Moreno Valley, CA
That depends on many things. With a bank, you are most likely only going to hear only what that particular bank has to offer. With a Mortgage broker, you will most l...
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Asked by Bamelmont
It would depend on the type of investments you hold. If you would like to give me a call, I am based out of Reno, NV. I am an Advisor with Edward Jones, please feel ...
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