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Judgments for Lafourche Parish: Jan. 25, 2014
http://www.dailycomet.com/article/20140124/NEWS20/140129712?Title=Judgments-for-Lafourche-Parish-Jan-25-2014
Defendant: Kenneth Bourgeois, Gretta Bourgeois; Plaintiff: Lafourche Mortgage & Loan Inc; ; $5,796; Entry#1170345 on 1/9/2014. • Defendant: Donovan K Charles; Plaintiff: First Heritage Credit of LA LLC; ; $862; Entry#1170346 on 1/9/2014. • Defendant: 

Bank of America selects Patrick O'Neil as Savannah market president
http://savannahnow.com/exchange/2014-01-24/bank-america-selects-patrick-oneil-savannah-market-president
However, challenges remain as its mortgage business shrinks with interest rates creeping up and fewer people refinancing their home loans — and legal troubles left over from risky mortgages it took on in 2008 still loom. O'Neil spoke with Savannah

DEXTER: Boxwood Cottage and Home is Dexter's newest small business
http://www.heritage.com/articles/2014/01/25/dexter_leader/news/doc52e27c5a0012b868219119.txt
Hauman joked that sometimes the pair have to stop each other from laughing and one has to remind the other that there's taxes to do or a mortgage to pay. "I couldn't imagine doing anything else," Hauman said. Boxwood Cottage and Home is open Tuesday 

St. Tammany Parish real estate transfers
http://www.nola.com/realestatetransfers/index.ssf/2014/01/st_tammany_parish_real_estate_116.html
Robindale subdivision, lot 1, square 5: Russell D. Whitaker Jr. and Russell Whitaker Jr. to Bank of New York Mellon, as Trustee for the Certificateholders of CWALT Inc. Alternative Loan Trust 2005-JJ Mortgage Pass-Through Certificates Series 2005-J1

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How Tax Reform Would Simplify Taxes for Tens of Millions

Lawmakers have long championed a system that allows Americans to fill out their tax returns on a postcard.

The  Tax Cuts and Jobs Act  proposed by Republicans in Congress could help turn that vision into a reality for most Americans.

The U.S. tax code imposes a huge burden on Americans, and not just in terms of the taxes they pay. The current system is so tortuous and complex that most Americans pay an accountant or buy tax software to help them file their taxes each year.

Typical tax software costs about $50 to $100, and the  CPA Practice Advisor estimates that the average taxpayer who itemizes will pay about $275 in tax preparation fees. Those costs may not seem terribly high, but multiply it by roughly 150 million taxpayers and we’re talking about tens of billions of dollars just in tax-filing fees.

Other compliance costs, including time, raise the tax burden even higher.

About 46 million taxpayers (30 percent) itemize their taxes each year, meaning they have to keep track of things like mortgage interest, medical expenses, charitable donations, and sometimes even the sales taxes they pay on hundreds or thousands of purchases throughout the year.

Changing lives one house at a time with the Nevada County Habitat for Humanity

HARD WORK PAYS OFF

Those sweat equity hours and a one percent cash contribution, constitute the down payment.

Families then assume the affordable principal-only mortgage, plus pay property taxes and insurance. Mortgage income pays forward to the next home, and the next, and so on.

Nevada County Habitat for Humanity houses range from two-bedroom, single-story homes to four-bedroom, two-story homes.

Crews of 12-14 volunteers work seven-hour shifts, three days a week, for about six months to finish a home. Prior construction experience isn’t required.

“We have volunteers from all walks of life,” said Frank Sobrero, Nevada County Habitat for Humanity construction committee chair. “When someone volunteers who is not skilled, we team them up with someone who is skilled.”

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