The Sale of a Lifetime

The Sale of a Lifetime

In this pressing book, you'll learn not only why a collapse is imminent, but how to identify bubbles and tune in to the cycles driving that drive booms and busts.

Author: Harry S. Dent, Jr.

Publisher: Penguin

ISBN: 9780735217751

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 272

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After the Roaring '20s came the Great Depression. After the Roaring 2000s came the Great Recession. We're now entering the winter season of the 80-Year Four Season Economic Cycle. It's during this season that we'll clear the decks with a devastating crash and debilitating deflation. The economy and markets will shed the excesses created during the preceding fall bubble boom season and prepare the soil for new blossoming in innovation and a spring boom. After the blustering bull market of 2009-2015, we are now preparing for a shakeout more painful than anything we've seen before. We have eight years of unprecedented government stimulus and money creation to thank for stretching this bubble beyond imagination and making the burst more painful than anything we've ever experienced. There's no better guide to financial cycles than Harry S. Dent Jr., the bestselling author of The Demographic Cliff and many other books, and the editor of the Boom & Bust newsletter. For more than 30 years he has earned a reputation for eerily accurate predictions about the world economy and the financial markets. Now Dent has an urgent new warning about the next crisis. The consequences will be devastating--but there's a bright side that he's calling "the sale of a lifetime." For anyone who heeds the signs and follows Dent's advice, the looming correction is a once-in-a-century opportunity to gather immense wealth. In this pressing book, you'll learn not only why a collapse is imminent, but how to identify bubbles and tune in to the cycles driving that drive booms and busts. Practical, accessible, and illuminating, The Sale of a Lifetime will protect you from the tough challenges ahead and help you cash in on the unique opportunities of the next few years. At stake is nothing less than your entire financial future.
Categories: Business & Economics

Louis Schmidt

Louis Schmidt

Harry S. Dent Jr. has written an insightful and thought-provoking book that provides a unique look at where to find the biggest profit opportunities in the coming years.

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ISBN: OCLC:474089022

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Reports of the United States Tax Court

Reports of the United States Tax Court

38 , to provide older taxpayers tax relief on the sale of their principal residences . ... Many taxpayers buy and sell a number of homes over the course of a lifetime , and are generally a not certain of how much housing appreciation ...

Author: United States. Tax Court

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ISBN: UOM:39015088874121

Category: Government publications

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Categories: Government publications

Reports of the Tax Court of the United States

Reports of the Tax Court of the United States

Such retention is consistent with the sale of lifetime rights to use * Turn - To , but it is also consistent with the sale of minority ownership interests in the horse . If , then , we look only at the rights and obligations of ...

Author: United States. Tax Court

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ISBN: OSU:32435025440389

Category: Law reports, digests, etc

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Categories: Law reports, digests, etc

Revenue Act of 1978

Revenue Act of 1978

We believe that the approach taken in the House bill , to significantly increase the amount of exclusion permitted once in a lifetime on the sale of a principal residence , and to remove the age restrictions of present law , is a most ...

Author: United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Finance

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ISBN: MINN:31951D00827287E

Category: Income tax

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Categories: Income tax

Home Equity and Ageing Owners

Home Equity and Ageing Owners

The FSA's regulatory jurisdiction over lifetime mortgages took effect from October 2004.58 Since 1 April 2005, product providers have been required to provide the FSA with transaction level data on all sales of regulated mortgages, ...

Author: Lorna Fox O'Mahony

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing

ISBN: 9781847319029

Category: Law

Page: 412

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The growing use of housing equity to support a range of activities and needs raises complex issues, particularly for older owners. In an environment in which older owners are pushed towards housing equity transactions to meet income and welfare costs, they are required to make choices from a complex and sometimes bewildering range of options. The transactions which facilitate the use of home equity as a resource to spend in later life - from 'trading down' and 'ordinary' secured and unsecured debt to targeted products including reverse/lifetime mortgages, home reversion plans and sale-and-rentback agreements - raise important legal and regulatory issues. This book provides a contextual analysis of the financial transactions that older people enter into using their housing equity. It traces the protections afforded to older owners through the 'ordinary' law of property and contract, as well as the development of specific regulatory protections focused on targeted products. The book employs the notion of risk to highlight the nature and causes of the 'situational' vulnerabilities to which older people are now subject as 'consumers' of housing equity, showing that the older owner's personal situation is crucial in determining whether and why they may seek to release equity, the options and products available to them, and the impact of harms resulting from adverse transactions. The book critically evaluates the extent to which this context is incorporated in the legal frameworks through which these transactions are governed, as a measure of the 'appropriateness' of existing legal provision, as well as considering the arguments surrounding 'special protection' for older owners in housing equity transactions.
Categories: Law

Internal Revenue Bulletin

Internal Revenue Bulletin

conditions of a stock purchase plan . To provide the shares of stock subscribed for under the plan , the corporation purchased the shares in the open market and upon the resale thereof to the employees in 1934 the corporation realized ...

Author: United States. Internal Revenue Service

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105062670703

Category: Taxation

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Categories: Taxation

Armed Forces Federal Income Tax for Income Tax Returns

Armed Forces Federal Income Tax for     Income Tax Returns

This once - in - a - lifetime exclusion applies only to sales made after 1963. A taxpayer is eligible for the exclusion only once in a lifetime regardless of marital status at the time an election is made . An unmarried individual who ...

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ISBN: MINN:31951P01174598B

Category: Income tax

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Categories: Income tax

The Sale of the Late King s Goods

The Sale of the Late King s Goods

Virtually everyone involved in the sale – trustees, contractors, treasurers, secretaries and clerks – made their own purchases, many for sums far in excess of a lifetime's salary. This suggests that as well as buying for international ...

Author: Jerry Brotton

Publisher: Pan Macmillan

ISBN: 9781509898350

Category: History

Page: 464

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Set against the backdrop of war, revolution, and regicide, and moving from London to Venice, Mantua, Madrid, Paris and the Low Countries, Jerry Brotton’s colourful and critically acclaimed book, The Sale of the Late King's Goods, explores the formation and dispersal of King Charles I’s art collection. Following a remarkable and unprecedented Parliamentary Act for ‘The sale of the late king’s goods’, Cromwell’s republican regime sold off nearly 2,000 paintings, tapestries, statues and drawings in an attempt to settle the dead king’s enormous debts and raise money for the Commonwealth’s military forces. Brotton recreates the extraordinary circumstances of this sale, in which for the first time ordinary working people were able to handle and own works by the great masters. He also examines the abiding relationship between art and power, revealing how the current Royal Collection emerged from this turbulent period, and paints its own vivid and dramatic picture of one of the greatest lost collections in English history.
Categories: History