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Is there any difference in paying upfront versus in monthly installments?

So let's assume I wanted to rent a house which has monthly rent e.g 300 euro every month starting at 1/1/2010. And let's assume I wanted to rent this house for 24 months. Only in terms of inflation ...
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Correct way to amend tax return as a result of not correctly reporting gains on sale of private stock based on Installment method?

Background. I owned series A and series B preferred stock in a private company that merged with a public company in 2015 giving rise to large gains.The merger closing date occurred in September 2015 ...
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Paying all at once or paying in installments on new purchase?

I just wonder what would be best way of paying when we make new purchase. Is it paying money at once or in installments?
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Tax implications of selling a non-owner-occupied house and receiving installments

My mother is in the process of selling her rental unit to a buyer. They have a contract laid out where the buyer is making 10-year amortized payments for 5 years, with a balloon payment at the end. ...
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Which software can I use to do partial / progress invoicing? i.e. invoicing several installments?

I own a small photography business. Once the client decides to go with my services, I charge them 50% off the full cost of service, to be paid within 5 days upon agreement. This payment secures their ...
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How to reconcile final payment on installment sale for IRS form 6252?

I have an installment sale that began in 2008 and ended in 2012 in which I was projected to earn a gain on the sale of $1,000 each year for five years. The projected sales price was not achieved due ...