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That little extra bit of money in the form of a larger paycheck could end up taking a bite out of your federal income tax refund

This is an interesting article on recycling from... RISMEDIA, October 28, 2009—(MCT)—That little extra bit of money in the form of a larger paycheck tied to the Obama stimulus plan could end up taking a bite out of your federal income tax refund or even leave you owing taxes, say observers.The stimulus plan lowered federal income tax withholding rates, which results in more take-home pay but less money going toward taxes. The downside is some taxpayers may end up with not enough taxes being withheld to cover what they owe in 2009.As a result, some taxpayers may need to increase their withholding amount by reducing the number of allowances claimed for the rest of year, which means making changes to a W-4 form available from an employer’s human resources department. Single taxpayers who are working at more than one job and married couples filing jointly in a situation where both spouses work are the most likely groups of taxpayers to be caught short. “They are probably going to find out…

Las Vegas News and Happenings-Regulators approve license for CityCenter's Aria -

Regulators approve license for CityCenter's Aria-Aria has the only casino inside CityCenter, which includes boutique hotels, high-rise residential units and a 500,000-square-foot retail, dining and entertainment district.Vdara, a 1,500-room nongaming hotel at CityCenter, opens on Dec. 1, the Crystals retail center opens Dec. 3, followed by the Mandarin Oriental Hotel the next day.PET POPULATION: Las Vegas ordinance requires owners to spay or neuter dogs and cats REAL ESTATE: Las Vegas home prices stabilize as threat of foreclosure flood wanes Posted via web from LasVegasDawn's posterous

FREE SHORT SALE Services – North Las Vegas Short Sale Realtor®

AVOID Las Vegas FORECLOSUREHave you had any of these things happen to you?•Your home is worth less than what you owe•You are behind on your payments• You are getting a job transfer• You are in foreclosure• You can’t afford the cost of selling your home• You lost your job and can’t afford your home •You are going thru a divorce  Benefits of a Short Sale:• Avoid Foreclosure• Avoid Bankruptcy• Reduced damage to your credit• Postpone your foreclosure sale date• You can Move on with your life I am a licensed Realtor that specializes in avoiding foreclosure. I will assist you in selling your home. The lender will cover all closing costs including Realtor commissions.List your home with an experienced Las Vegas short sale Realtor.Regardless of your current situation I am here to assist you, so call me today to help you find a solution! You have options which can enable you avoid foreclosure proceedings .  Best of all with a short sale my commission will be paid by the bank!www.LasVegasDawn.c…

FREE SHORT SALE Services – Las Vegas Short Sale Realtor®

AVOID Las Vegas FORECLOSUREHave you had any of these things happen to you?•Your home is worth less than what you owe•You are behind on your payments• You are getting a job transfer• You are in foreclosure• You can't afford the cost of selling your home• You lost your job and can't afford your home •You are going thru a divorce  Benefits of a Short Sale:• Avoid Foreclosure• Avoid Bankruptcy• Reduced damage to your credit• Postpone your foreclosure sale date• A short sale will stay on your credit approx 2-3 years unlike foreclosure which is 10 years• You can Move on with your life I am a licensed Realtor that specializes in avoiding foreclosure. I will assist you in selling your home. The lender will cover all closing costs including Realtor commissions.List your home with an experienced Las Vegas short sale Realtor.Regardless of your current situation I am here to assist you, so call me today to help you find a solution! You have options which can enable you avoid foreclosure p…

New Home Buyer Tax Credit and Extention of the 1st Time Homebuyer Tax Credit

RISMEDIA, November 6, 2009-After the Senate gave final approval last night without a dissenting vote, the House of Representatives voted overwhelmingly this afternoon to pass legislation containing an extension and expansion of the homebuyer tax credit, completing Congressional action and sending the tax credit to President Obama for his signature, possibly as early as tomorrow.The $8,000 homebuyer tax credit for first-time buyers, due to expire in 25 days, will be extended through April 30 of next year and buyers will have an additional two months, until the end of June, to close. First-time buyers who are in the process of making a purchase will no longer need to worry about qualifying for the $8,000 credit if they close after the November 30 deadline. The new legislation increases the income limit for couples with income up to $225,000, a nearly $55,000 increase above the level in existing law.For the first time, the new legislation makes buyers who already own a home eligible for …