Smoky Mountain Trader

March 14, 2019

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515 Real Estate For Sale 3.9 Acres Hwy 25E $25,000 in Cocke County overlooking Douglas Lake, 16x16 building, $1,500. 423-623-0523. 26 acres house and barn for sale on Holt Town Road, New- port, TN. $150,000. 423-237- 5741 Thinking of buying or selling? Call or Text Amy Your First Name In Real Estate Cell: 865-604-7032 Office: 865-940-1430 Weichert Realtors Tiger Real Estate OWNER FINANCING: $500 Down & $363.15/mo. 4.09 acres in Greene County, TN off Baileyton Rd. Approx. 4 miles from Greeneville City limits. Utility water available. Approved for septic. Lays good. $38,500. Call 423-923- 3537. 13 acres, pond, pasture, gor- geous views, $79,500. Both between Rogersville/Moores- burg, in the country. Possible owner financing. 423-272- 9321. 530 Houses For Sale Bugs, Mice, Rodent Problems? You need Terminix Today! Call 865-314-8273. HOUSE FOR SALE BY OWN- ER. 4 BR/2 BA, recently reno- vated, convenient location. 410 S. Daisy St. Morristown. $89,900. Call 423-312-6851 or 423-231-5760. 2 BR HOME, 1 BA, large 2 car garage, close to lake, Dan- dridge, TN. For sale by owner. 423-312-4940. 24x40 doublewide on approx. 5 acres of land, needs work, used as a classroom before. Ewing, VA. Great view of White Rock. $50,900 OBO. 423-300-9246. pic: TinyHomeInside.jpg Tall or short this Tiny Home is looking for its 1st owner. utilities are small also fireproof insulation full size bed and a loft storage galore Park Place Morristown, TN Call 423-736-9639 Comes with Title 24x42 ft. house, 2 big bed- rooms, city water, on level lot in Ewing, VA. 5 miles from Harrogate, TN, 8 miles from Middlesboro, KY. Ready to move into, $44,900 OBO. 423-300-9246. Wanted 1/4 acres or more, non-restricted in Hamblen or Grainger County. Call 423- 736-5428. WATER DAMAGE? RESTO- RATION & REMOVAL. 24 hour emergency service. Get help before mold can start to grow! Our agents will come to your home to give you a quote for quick complete cleanup. Don't wait! Call now! 423-707- 2316. PPC 535 Commercial Property 15.1 acres on new 4-lane, highway 321, 4 miles from Newport near Parrottsville, 1000 ft. commercial road f r o n ta g e . R E D U C E D TO $199,000 Call 423-237-0365 As you work toward achieving your goals in life, you will need to make moves that contain financial, tax and legal elements, so you may want to get some help – from more than one source. Specifically, you might want to put together a team comprised of your financial advisor, your CPA or other tax professional, and your attorney. Together, this team can help you with many types of financial/tax/legal connections. For starters, you may decide, possibly upon the recommendation of your financial advisor, to sell some investments and use the proceeds to buy others that may now be more appropriate for your needs. If you sell some investments you've held for a year or less and realize a capital gain on the sale, the gain generally will be considered short-term and be taxed at your ordinary income tax rate. But if you've held the investments for more than a year before selling, your gain will likely be considered long-term and taxed at the lower, long-term capital gains rate, which can be 0%, 15% or 20%, or a combination of those rates. On the other hand, if you sell an invest- ment and realize a capital loss, you may be able to apply the loss to offset gains realized by selling other, more profitable investments and also potentially offset some of your ordinary income. So, as you can see, the questions potentially raised by investment sales – "Should I sell?" "If so, when?" "If I take some losses, how much will they benefit me at tax time?" – may also be of importance to your tax advisor, who will need to account for sales in your overall tax picture. As such, it's a good idea for your tax and financial advisors to communicate about any investment sales you make. Your tax and financial advisors also may want to be in touch on other issues, such as your contributions to a retirement plan. For example, if you are self-employed or own a small business, and you contribute to a SEP-IRA – which is funded with pre-tax dollars, so the more you contribute, the lower your taxable income – your financial advisor can report to your tax advisor (with your permission) how much you've contributed at given points in a year, and your tax advisor can then let you know how much more you might need to add to move into a lower tax bracket, or at least avoid being bumped up to a higher one. Your financial advisor will be the one to recommend the investments you use to fund your SEP-IRA. Your financial advisor can also help you choose the investment or insurance vehicles that can fund an estate-planning arrangement, such as an irrevocable living trust. But to establish that trust in the first place, and to make sure it conforms to all applicable laws, you will want to work with an attorney experienced in planning estates. Your tax professional may also need to be brought in. Again, communica- tion between your various advisors is essential. These are but a few of the instances in which your financial, tax and legal profes- sionals should talk to each other. So, do what you can to open these lines of communication – because you'll be one who ultimately benefits from this teamwork. Put Together a Professional Team Put Together a Professional Team to Help You Reach Your Goals to Help You Reach Your Goals Marcus Trantham Financial Advisor 6144 Cumberland Gap Parkway Suite 3 Harrogate, TN 37752-7861 Bus. 423-869-3608 Fax 888-810-2732 marc.trantham@edwardjones.com www.edwardjones.com/marc-trantham This article was written by Edward Jones for use by your local Edward Jones Financial Advisor. Edward Jones, its employees and financial advisors are not estate planners and cannot provide tax or legal advice. You should consult your estate-planning attorney or qualified tax advisor regarding your situation. ( 423 ) 581-2008 Evening and Saturday Appointments Available • Home and Hospital Visits Available Litigation in all Tennessee State and Federal Courts ©SMTPUB INC Evening and Saturday Appointments Available • Home and Hospital Visits Available Litigation in all Tennessee State and Federal Courts 837 West 1st North St. Morristown, TN 37814 Next to the Chamber of Commerce C.E. BUD CUNNINGHAM Army Lt. 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