‘Tis the season for selling homes. Once you’ve decided to sell, there will be lots to do. It pays to take the time to prepare your home for viewing. Some tasks will get you closer to your asking price (or more) and will get your house on and off the market in no time. Your realtor will be a great resource for recommending some of those tasks, knowing what to focus on to get the most bang for your buck.
During the tax season, we are all surrounded by piles of paper. It’s often the time when we think about going paperless. The thought of not being able to get your hands on that needed piece of paper can be scary. But it’s not as scary as you think. Think of it this way. While the paper itself is no longer in your home, the information it provides is always available. Now, where do you start?
Few people probably look forward to tax time. Whether you’re a do-it-yourselfer or have your tax returns prepared by a trusted professional, it all starts with paperwork. Although we may strive to live paperless, paper is indeed the key ingredient when it comes to tax returns. It sure is frustrating to learn at the last minute that you need such and such document to complete your tax file, and you have no idea where to find it.
It’s GO Month! January is officially Get Organized and Be Productive (GO) month. It’s probably no coincidence that it occurs during the month of resolutions. If you have ever made a resolution to get organized, you can understand why.
Is there an area in your home that you want to better organize? Do you experience an avalanche when you open a closet door? Are piles of paper growing on your countertops?
Getting organized often begins with clearing the clutter,