Collectibles

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    The first step to being a successful investor is knowing what is and isn't an investment. ...
  2. How Are Collectibles Taxed?

    If you plan to sell collectibles, it's imperative that you know the tax implications. ...
  3. 5 Reasons to Invest in Mid-Century Modern Furniture

    Look for original pieces from the mid-20th century (not reproductions) as worthwhile ...
  4. Why the Classic Car Boom Might Be Ready to Bust

    The collectible car market has grown spectacularly, but recent numbers show that ...
  5. Top Ways to Pass Passion Assets to Heirs

    Passion assets are finding favor among investors looking for alternative investments. ...
  6. 3 Things To Buy That Could Soon Be Collectibles

    Collectibles can be a notoriously fickle market, but here are a few ideas about spotting ...
  1. Designer Clothes: Why You Need Special Insurance ...

    You spend a lot of money on couture creations. Shouldn't they be protected from damage?
  1. 20 Investments You Should Know

    To take advantage of all your investing options, you need to know what your choices ...
  1. 5 Most Expensive Paintings Ever Sold

    These are the most expensive paintings ever.
  2. 5 Expensive Pieces Of Memorabilia You Can Buy

    These movie and TV props are some of the coolest, and most expensive, you can buy. ...
  3. The Most Expensive Bottles Of Alcohol

    Here's a rundown of the most expensive bottles of wine, scotch and beer.
  4. 7 Currency Blunders You Could Cash In On

    The government has made its share of mistakes when it comes to printing money, and ...
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