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How long does it take to prepare for the SAS base programmer certification? What are the most useful resources?
Yes,  I have cleared Base and Advance SAS certification.  People give certification for two main objectives - to gain knowledge or to put up the certification in the resume.  My answer fulfils the first objective ( to gain knowledge and then go for certification).  Please find the steps to be followed to clear Base SAS certification exam- Download official Base SAS certification guide and SAS by example- Ron Cody books.The syllabus for base sas certification is the syllabus given in base sas certification guideStart learning the topics as per the chapters given CG and try to clear the concepts from Ron Cody's book if there are some doubtsMost Important thing to do is to download the SAS University edition software from sas website.  It is the free software for academic practices. Start practising the exercise given at the end of each chapters.  Also solve all quizzes given at the end of each chapters. Try to google out the problems for concepts you learn and try to solve them practically using software  Once you complete the CG guide,  try to solve questions given at the of each chapter in SAS by example bookFinally,  download the dumps for base sas certification and solve the same Whole process will take around 2 months if you are doing it properly and sincerely. The main motive you should have in mind is to understand the basic syntaxes, procedures, functions and sas language that will help you to become a good SAS programmer and solve practical problems.  Once you achieve the goal,  I am sure you will clear the certification with flying colors. All the Best. 
When I deduct items donated to charity on my tax return, what is the best way to value the clothing, household items?
The items are supposed to be valued at “fair market value” - which is usually interpreted as what you could sell the items for at a garage sale, or maybe what a thrift shop would sell them for. Obviously there is a big difference between these two values, and caution says to choose a realistic value, preferably on the mid to low side. You also have to take into condition the condition of the item, it’s desirability and marketability. The Salvation Army has a valuation guide, as does the Helping Hand of Goodwill.Be cautious of using too aggressive pricing. There is a product called “It’s deductible” which alleges to give market values to items. Don’t use it. The values are sometimes way out of whack, and a financial publication tested the product several years ago and found the values to be in excess of what new replacement items could be purchased for at some discount stores. Don’t rely on something that gives you inflated values which could be a flag for an IRS audit. Be conservative in valuation.
What should I consider before my next property?
The answer depends on the reason you plan to buy property. For example, if you are in Australia and plan on buying property as an investment opportunity, you should consider hiring a property investment mortgage specialist. Some of the things they help with include:· A mortgage broker can help you choose the most suitable loan from various lenders on the market· Some brokers have been given Premium Mortgage Broker status – this helps them fast-track loan applications stuck by red tape· They have access to competitive interest rates that are ideally not offered to ordinary borrowers.But remember to choose an experienced and independent mortgage broker with access to investment property loan products from a wide selection of banks and lenders.Source: https://www.mortgagecorp.com.au/...https://www.quora.com/What-are-t...
How much can you claim for clothing donations?
The IRS allows for the deduction up to the FMV of clothing donated. In fact, the IRS provides a “value guide” that provides the average value based on your donated items. Do not expect the clothes to be worth that much and remember to ask for a donation receipt if donating higher value items.Simply search for IRS clothing value guide to find it by the way.www.textbooktax.com
I'm an Indian  KDP author and getting royalties from amazon.uk and Amazon.ca.  How do I pay taxes for these incomes?
Under section 80QQB of the income tax act, authors can claim deduction on royalty income earned by them.Deduction allowed is lower of –Rs 3,00,000ORGross Income (as calculated below)Gross Income of the author includes any income derived by exercise of author’s profession, lump sum consideration for assignment (or grant) of any of her interests in the copyright of the book, or of royalty or copyright fees for author’s book. Includes advance payment on account of such royalties or copyright fees, which is not returnable. Conditions to avail deduction under section 80QQB –Taxpayer is an individual resident or resident but not ordinarily resident in India (may be an Indian citizen or a foreign citizen)Taxpayer is an author or has co-authored.The book authored is work of literary, artistic or scientific nature. Books do not include, brochures, commentaries, diaries, guides, journals, magazines, newspapers, pamphlets, text books for school, tract and other similar publications.The taxpayer must seek a certificate in Form 10CCD from the person responsible for making the payment to the tax payer. This certificate must be kept safely by the author, should the assessing officer ask for it.Deduction can only be claimed by filing an income tax return.Where income of the author is not a lump sum payment, 15% of the value of books sold in the year (before allowing any expenses) shall be ignoredIf income is earned outside India, the deduction is allowed on income when it is brought to India within 6 months from the end of the year or within the period defined by RBI or other competent authority for this purpose. Taxpayer must also obtain a certificate in Form 10H. Are you an author and eligible to claim this deduction? Reach out to us, we have submitted returns of authors and we'll help you out support@cleartax.in
When insurance totals a vehicle what is the payout?
In general- payout will be based on the value of the vehicle, minus any applicable deductibles in the policy. Value is determined by make, model condition and mileage for that area of the country. Value guides such as the Kelly Blue Book, the NADA price guide, or similar sales prices in that area.You have a 2015 Humbucker with 76,000 miles, and it gets hit by a Zamboni and totaled. Price guide says it is worth $5,000. If it is your fault, deduct $1,000 (that was the deductible you chose) add in fees for license plates, sales tax.IF you can show that the condition of your vehicle was markedly better than normal, you may be able to argue for a higher payout. I have a 1957 Chevy Bel Air. However, it has been through a frame off restoration, is in showroom condition, AND I CAN PROVE THAT- game just changed.
What are some of the tax saving options in India for a salaried person earning 15 lakhs per annum?
Section 80C comprising of life insurance, equity mutual funds, provident fund - Rs. 150,000. Investment in Equity linked mutual funds qualify for deduction under the section.Don’t forget to claim tuition fees for children here.Section 80 CCD (1) - deduction available under National Pension Scheme - this can be availed only if your employer has provided the option. Limit - maximum 10% of salary.Section 80 CCD (1b) - contribution to NPS. You can directly contribute this amount, however there is lock in till retirement so we advise you to carefully consider your monetary needs before investing - Rs. 50,000. Also, this amount should have been paid before 31 Mar 19 for claim in FY19.Section 80 D - Rs. 25,000 as medical insurance premium (Rs. 50,000 for senior citizens).Leave Travel allowance under section 10 - you will have to submit travel bills (Rail, Air tickets) to claim the allowance. This can be claimed even if not included in Form 16.House Rent allowance and interest on House Property - you can claim HRA for actual rent paid by you and interest on House Property for owned or let out property. Our analyst team advises purchase of low value home in high demand/developing locations due to: low interest rates, tax deduction available on interest and principal payment and possibility of capital appreciation (caution: real estate market is expected to be weak expect in some areas).
What percentage of your salary do you save every month?
100% * yep, I save 100% of my salary. I can hear your thoughts, “thats impossible, this guy is just bluffing”. But I do this for real. Let me explain.First, a small intro about me. I am a mechanical graduate working in a web development company at my hometown. Don't judge me soon. I got job offers from other MNCs but I chose this.Being in a hometown, I don't have to worry about rent and food expenses. I just have to take care of my travel expenses. My working time is 8 hours. In my office, there is no specific timings. Its just calculated from the IN time.So I chose my timings as 5–1 30. Having a considerable knowledge in cooking, i will make my breakfast before 4 30. And i will leave for office.3 hours work, 15 min break, 3 hours work, 15 min break, and 2 hours work. By 1 30 my work will be over.. i will reach my home asap. And have lunch.4pm to 8pm i will do part time work like computer service and 3d printing. This helps me to cover my travel expenses and some occasional treats. Sometime i can make as much as my salary. During these special occasions I will treat myself for small appreciation. And sometimes I give surprise gifts to my family.This is how I spend my salary20% in LIC40% in SIP30% in gold saving scheme10% in books or self development (sometimes I do donations to orphanage homes)This is how I can save 100% of my salary. Edits are welcome. If you need any clarification, please do comment. I would be glad to extend my help and clarify your doubts.With love,Dhinesh.Lovely, thank you so much for the first 468 upvotes. Your upvotes and comments had motivated me and gave me lots of valuable insights. A special thanks to all of the viewers. This made my day much happier.
Are we getting poor daily if we just keep our money in savings account without investment?
The saving/current accounts provided by the banks are not meant for long term saving. It is a bad idea to put your investments in there. And of course, you will lose money to inflation if you ignore financial literacy.The savings accounts are for short-term cash flow - for managing your next 1-2 months of expenses. It is easy to take money out of it and rotate. It is not designed to save money for your retirement.What you should do is to start with recurring deposits that provide a rate higher than inflation [usually] - take a look at this page: Recurring Deposit Interest Rates Of All Banks. Here is a simple way to manage finances:Record your expenses and know how much you spend each month. Unless you record it, you have no way to manage it.Open a 1 year Recurring Deposit account and save a fixed amount every month in there. If you have more money left per month keep it in the savings account.At the end of the year, take all the money from your recurring deposit and along with the extra money in the savings account [anything more than 2 months of expenses] open a fixed deposit. [EDIT: As a few noted in the comments, you can also open something like a Multi Option Deposit account [Features and Interest Rates of MOD] in place of Fixed Deposit to get the flexibility of withdrawing if the need arises.]You will beat inflation this way, but you might still be taking far too less risk. One of the riskiest thing to do in life is to not take risks at all.After the first year of saving, learn about mutual & index funds. A good place to start is Value Research [no personal affiliation to that]. Start with either diversified equity [stock] funds or hybrid equity based funds [stocks + bonds]. Enroll in a SIP plan [similar to recurring deposits] and keep saving your money there. Ignore the market fluctuations and ups and downs. After a couple of years, when you are far more comfortable with the market and have more money saved in Fixed Deposits/Mutual funds, look to take a little bit more aggressive in how you allocate money.If you ignore financial literacy, you will just watch your money eaten away by inflation. See more: Fascinated by Finance