A cluttered, messy closet in which you can’t find anything can stress out anyone. Relieve stress and organize your life by organizing your closet. Go through your closet and decide whether to Recycle, Donate or Re-Gift every item. Use storage boxes and containers to control your closet, and label everything in your closet so you know exactly where to find things. Organizing your closet is a huge step toward organizing your life.
If you’re desperately looking for a job, especially a job you can do from home, you may easily become a victim of a money mule job scam, fraud investigators say. A money mule job is one where you’re hired to receive hundreds of packages and reship them to places in Eastern Europe. You may or may not have top put up your own cash to ship these packages (sometimes pre-paid labels are given to you), but you’ll be trafficking in stolen merchandise. This story looks at what a money mule job scam is and how you can recognize one, so you don’t become a job scam victim.
Having a home office may affect your tax obligations or deductions when you try to sell the home. When are you eligible for a deduction? Should you claim the home office, or should you take the tax exclusion for selling a personal use home? The IRS and your state’s income tax laws may affect your taxes, depending on how you file and what you claim.
If you’re short on space in your home and need an extra seat, try Salamander’s jump seat with a cup holder. It looks like an ottoman till you open it up and discover jump seat cushions and a cup holder. Check out this jump seat with a cup holder.
When you’re getting ready to sell your home, one of the most important things you can do is to unclutter it. You may love your collectibles, but it’s best to put them out of the way when your home is on the market. Uncluttering means removing items from view and being thoughtful about what items you plan to put back in a room.
After energy inspectors Michael Lotesto and David Richmond left my house yesterday, we went on with the business of work, feeding the kids, and closin…
Considering taking a deduction for home office expenses? If so, this article on home office deductions is a must read.
For those of us who work out of our homes, there are several issues to keep in mind when looking for the right property – size of the home, the neighborhood and local ordinances.
Moving involved more than closing on a house or signing a lease. In addition to getting your home packed up, you’ve got utility accounts to close and open, change of address cards to fill out and dozens of other items on your “to do” list. Here are ten tips you can do that will help make your move go a little bit easier. You can even use it a checklist.