The New Year brings new beginnings, and with President Trump expected to sign the new tax reform bill any day, it may pay off to prepare for 2018 by making a few tax moves today. As a recent Seattle Times article outlines, there are a few simple moves you can make now, that will help your tax future. Many of the sweeping changes to the individual tax code will “kick in on Jan. 1, and there are steps you could take in the coming days to maximize new advantages and minimize the potential hit from other changes.”
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Kirkland, known as The Little City That Could, was recently recognized as one of the 2017 Great Places in America from the American Planning Association. Since their redesign to include updates to the “corridor’s aging sidewalks and water main,” the city aims to create a pedestrian friendly community.
Summer’s end is nearing as the cooler months creep in. As Fall arrives, you may find yourself putting away those bright bold prints and begin changing your decor to match Autumn’s ambiance. We have researched the top trends for Fall 2017 to keep your style fresh and up to date.
In Seattle’s housing market, the need for rental units keeps increasing. To accommodate this need, many property owners are renovating their apartment buildings. Will the supply ever be large enough to handle the demand?
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A recent article published by Forbes outlines millennial moving habits, asking “why do millennials move?” As Maureen Henderson writes, while “the stereotype may have them shacking up Chez Mom and Dad . . . 59% of 18- to 35-year-olds currently live in a locale other than their hometown and almost 80% have moved at some point in their lives, not counting moves made to attend college.”