Forex Trading Online - 7 Reasons Why You Should!

Written by Keith Thompson

Forex trading online is a fast way to use your investment capital to it's fullest. The Forex markets offer distinct advantages torepparttar small and large traders alike, making Forex currency trading in many ways preferable to other markets such as stocks, options or traditional futures. Here are seven reasons why you'll want to look into Forex Trading online.

1 - Forex isrepparttar 149643 largest market. Forex trading volume of more than 1.9 billion, more than 3 times larger thanrepparttar 149644 equities market and more than 5 times bigger than futures, give Forex traders nearly unlimited liquidity and flexibility.

2 - Forex never sleeps! You can execute forex trading online 24/7, from 7AM New Zealand time on Monday morning, to 5PM New York time on Friday evening. No waiting for markets to open: they're open all night! This makes Forex trading online a very attractive component that fits easily into your day (or night!)

3 - No Bulls or Bears! Because Forex trading online involvesrepparttar 149645 buying of one currency while simultaneously selling another, you have an equal opportunity for profit no matter which directionrepparttar 149646 currency is headed. Another advantage is that there are only around 14 pairs of currencies to trade, as opposed to many thousands of stocks, options and futures.

4 - Forex Trading online offers great leverage! You can makerepparttar 149647 most of your investment resources with Forex trading online. Some brokers offer 200:1 margin ratios in your trading accounts. Mini-FX accounts, which can typically be opened with only $200-300, offer 0.5% margin, meaning that $50 in trading capital can control a 10,000 unit currency position. This is why people are flocking to Forex trading online as a way to highly leverage their investments.

Are You Overpaying Taxes If You Use Tax Preparation Software?

Written by Richard A. Chapo

For many business ownersrepparttar answer to this quandary is tax preparation software. Fill out a fairly simple interview, click “print” and out comes a completed return that will pass muster withrepparttar 149642 IRS. The answer to all your problems…or is it?

Can One Software Program Cover All Businesses?

Take a moment to considerrepparttar 149643 wide range of businesses that exist inrepparttar 149644 United States. Now cut that number down to those that can be categorized as “Internet businesses”. If you were asked to write a business plan to provide web design services to each of these services, how long would it be? It would be huge and completely useless because each business would have different needs. A Internet business selling flowers would have completely different needs from an online bank which would have different needs from a hosting company and so on. The only way you could create a practical plan for all Internet businesses would be to offer a collection of general services they could all use on their sites. Tax preparation software designers haverepparttar 149645 same problem.

There are over 15,000 pages inrepparttar 149646 tax code and over 100,000 pages of regulations interpreting those pages. Changes are made torepparttar 149647 tax code ever year, and new regulations are issued constantly. If one were to create a list of questions for every tax deduction and credit detailed in those pages,repparttar 149648 list of questions would berepparttar 149649 size of a phone book! Yet, tax software programmers have somehow boiled it all down to a simple 30-minute interview process? Common sense should tell you that doesn’t make sense.

As practical matter, tax software programs are designed to make sure that you claim a general set of deductions that are applicable to businesses across all industries. Most programs try to mask this fact by asking you to identify your business before proceeding. For a lark, you might try selecting another industry and then running throughrepparttar 149650 interview process. You will find thatrepparttar 149651 interview process is modified a bit, but you are still being askedrepparttar 149652 same basic tax deduction questions.

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