The Most Tax-Friendly States in the U.S.

10 Best States to Live In for Taxes The Internet has given rise to a mobile workforce of telecommuters, independent contractors and entrepreneurs who can work where they want to live, instead of living where they have to work. But if you enjoy this kind of flexibility, proximity to ski slopes or beaches shouldn’t be … Continue reading The Most Tax-Friendly States in the U.S.

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How to slash common household bills

How to slash common household bills Save Money on Household Expenses If you're looking for some easy ways to cut back on your monthly household expenses —whether you want to save more money, start an emergency fund, or use the savings to pay off outstanding credit card debt—we've got some super simple ideas for you. … Continue reading How to slash common household bills

Stretch of 210 Freeway in Pasadena to be named for Jackie Robinson

Stretch of 210 Freeway in Pasadena to be named for Jackie Robinson <meta itemprop="name url contentUrl" content="http://cdn.abclocal.go.com/content/creativecontent/images/cms/1292964_1280x720.jpg"> <meta itemprop="headline caption text" content="Stretch of 210 Freeway in Pasadena to be named for Jackie Robinson"> <meta itemprop="description" content="An April 18, 1948 portrait of Brooklyn Dodgers' infielder Jackie Robinson. "> <img src="http://cdn.abclocal.go.com/content/creativecontent/images/cms/1292964_1280x720.jpg" alt="An April 18, 1948 portrait of … Continue reading Stretch of 210 Freeway in Pasadena to be named for Jackie Robinson

HERO and PACE programs

Please wary homeowners. The PACE (Property Assessed Clean Energy) program for homeowners to update and upgrade their home with energy efficient items such as newer AC and Heating units, Solar Panels, insulation, and water efficient and drought tolerant landscaping. Riverside CA just approved the CaliforniaFIRST program, which is the PACE program in CA. To read the … Continue reading HERO and PACE programs

The Best Fried Chicken in All 50 States

The Best Fried Chicken in All 50 States Few foods are more comforting, more decadent, and more delicious than a plate of fried chicken, served fresh from the skillet alongside crisp waffles, fluffy biscuits, or creamy sides. Many poultry purists argue that the world’s best fried chicken is dished out down South—but with the sheer … Continue reading The Best Fried Chicken in All 50 States

US new home sales rise at fastest pace since 2007

US new home sales rise at fastest pace since 2007 Image copyright Getty Images US new homes sales jumped in July to their fastest rate in nearly nine years, according to Commerce Department figures. Low interest rates on mortgages and an improving jobs market have helped boost the US real estate market. New home sales … Continue reading US new home sales rise at fastest pace since 2007

Dress Up Boring Walls with this DIY

Dress Up Boring Dorm Room Walls With These DIY Banners Or not just dorm walls 😉    

50 Foods, 50 States

50 Foods, 50 States: The Must-Eat Roadfoods Across America Fun foods to try across the US Here are a couple of my favorites that I want to try. For the complete list click on link above Alabama: West Indies Salad A cool mix of fresh crab meat, vinegar, salt, pepper, and chopped sweet onion, a … Continue reading 50 Foods, 50 States

‘Father of the Bride’ House

'Father of the Bride' House Sold for $1.998 Million (Swans Not Included) The “Father of the Bride” home, with its original basketball court, has sold for $1.998 million. Although the gorgeous house has new, happy owners who "loved the media coverage" of its Hollywood fame, it doesn't sound like there will be any brides planning … Continue reading ‘Father of the Bride’ House

Are open houses worth it?

Are Open Houses Worth It? Between cleaning, getting the sellers out of the house, breaking out the cheese and crackers and uncorking a bottle of wine, open houses are a burden for you and your sellers. But what if you were to find out it’s not always worth the time, talent and effort? For most … Continue reading Are open houses worth it?