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Dan Dzombak

Dan Dzombak

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Dan Dzombak has written for The Motley Fool since 2008. He covers value investing, investing process, and success among other things. You can follow him on Facebook or Twitter by clicking the buttons below or head over to his blog at http://www.DanDzombak.com








Recent articles

Investing in Medical Marijuana Recreational Marijuana

Is It Finally Time to Invest in Marijuana?

Fortunes will be made investing in medical marijuana and recreational marijuana, but not by investing in marijuana stocks


Early Retirement Planning Mistakes

4 Ways to Sabotage Your Chance of an Early Retirement

An early retirement is out of the question if you make these mistakes.


How Do You Search for the Best Dividend Stocks?

Our Motley Fool contributors reveal how they search for the best dividend stocks.


Tax Rules for Selling House Home

Selling Your Home? Don't Get Suckered by These 3 Tax Myths

Understanding the tax rules around selling your home can save you big bucks, but you have to keep good records.


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3 Most Important Things You Probably Should Know About Social Security

Social Security: Get the facts you need to make the most of this retirement security program.

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This Dividend Stock Is the Closest Thing to an ATM You'll Find

These dividend stocks reliably send you cash like a magical ATM.


One Shareholder-Friendly Trend Every Company Should Copy

Written shareholder Q&As will allow more shareholders to ask questions and better inform all of a company's shareholders.


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Beware IRS Phone-Number Scams

The IRS Phone Number is (800)829-1040. The IRS doesn't call first and doesn't threaten audits. Don't give your personal info to a caller claiming to be the IRS.


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The 3 Biggest Reasons the IRS Could Audit You

Audits by the IRS are taxpayers’ worst nightmares. Here are some of the most common reasons for an IRS audit.


Tax Credits That Could Lead to an Audit

3 Tax Credits That Could Lead to an Audit

Three Motley Fool analysts highlight tax credits that could prompt an IRS tax audit.

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4 Investments That Are Better Than a Powerball Ticket

These are all better investments than a Powerball Lottery ticket.


3 Reasons Why Penny Stocks Are Such a Dangerous Investment

Three penny stock risks to watch out for.


The Best Way to Get Rich Buying Stocks

How to make real money in the stock market.


Should You Roll Over Your Old 401(k)?

When you leave a job you have to decide what to do with your 401(k), our experts weigh in.


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The Smartest Thing Taxpayers Can Do With Their Tax Refund

Motley Fool tax experts weigh in on the best thing to do with your tax refund.

3 Pieces of Advice for Beginning Investors

Getting started investing is a great decision for anyone, but it's nevertheless important to get off on the right foot.


3 Prevailing Myths About Bonds You Shouldn't Believe

Bond investing is in the news these days as talk over interest rate hikes accelerates. Don't believe everything you hear.


3 Retirement Stocks Wall Street Is Wrong About

Wall Street has punished these three retirement stocks unfairly.


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4 Uncommon Tax Deductions You May Be Overlooking

Not everyone can claim them but be sure you don't miss out on these uncommon tax deductions.


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3 Critical Tax Penalties to Avoid at All Costs

Make sure you don't hit with these tax penalties this season.