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5 tips to lower heating bills in the coming months by David Lowe Farmer’s Almanac is predicting below average temperatures for 75 percent of the country. Here are five things owners and landlords can do to get ready and reduce their utility bills ” and they are easier to do now when it is still warm than…


Through June 30, 2009, Sprint is offering $100 to AAOA members who transfer phone service. In addition, if you purchase a qualifying plan, you will receive discounts from 17% and up on service, including special discounts on corporate plans. This offer is part of AAOA’s new Super Saver discount buyer’s plan that can save you…


Franchising is a booming business concept that allows entrepreneurs to be in business for themselves, but not by themselves, providing a potential business owner with a chance to align with a recognized brand and proven method of doing business. Franchises account for more than $1-trillion in annual sales, according to industry source, FranData. Franchise giant Little…


by Bill and Kevin Burnett, Inman News Q: I have an open ceiling in my garage that is insulated with paper-backed R-13 batts with the fiberglass exposed and held in place by metal strips. The ceiling has a lot of pipes and wires running over the ceiling joists.I plan to install poly-encapsulated R-19 batts into…


Money spent on kitchen upgrades has remained a good investment for your rental property. But with the housing market is flux, saving money on kitchen upgrades makes even more sense. There are three easy ways to add big impact in the kitchen without the bloated price tag of an overhaul:


by Dian Hymer, Inman News Imagine going on a job interview looking shabby, or trying to sell your car for a good price when it’s filthy and loaded with stuff. In a competitive market, you wouldn’t do well.The same can be said about selling your home. If it looks neglected and in need of work,…


Part One: Home Office Deduction May Include Your Garage written by Kevin Clark RealTaxTips.com TReXGlobal.com Expenses for your home office or workshop used to manage your rental property are considered deductible expenses only if you used a portion of your home exclusively and on a regular basis as your principal place of business.Even your garage…


by Tara-Nicholle Nelson, Inman News Q: I own a home in California. Like everyone else, times are tough. I’m not looking to sell my house or anything, but I stay up on what homes are worth in my neighborhood and values have definitely taken a hit. A few weeks ago, I got my new tax…


by Julie Murphy So, your renters are not interested in looking at those old coffee stains or lovely series of stripes from years of not using a cutting board on the formica countertops? Hmmm. Why not consider an easy, cost effective solution – overlay countertops? Several types of materials can be used right on top…


by Benny Kass, Inman News DEAR BENNY: I was told by a prominent accountant that there is a loophole in the law that states that you can be exempt from paying capital gains (if you are in a home less than the two-year period) if there are “unforeseen circumstances” involved. Are you aware of this?…

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