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Multiple Choice: How Much Do You Need to Make Annually to Know If You Have to Pay Quarterly Taxes?

Sep 25, 2018 by

A. Estimated $ 25,000; B. Estimated $ 10,000; C. Estimated $ 15,000. Answer: C. If you make more than about $ 15,000 per year in real estate, you will probably need to pay quarterly taxes.

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Hot Home Trend: Color Block Your Kitchen Cabinets

Sep 25, 2018 by

By Melissa Dittmann Tracey, REALTOR® Magazine

Getting a little mismatched in kitchen cabinet color designs is no longer being viewed as an unfinished reno job, but instead perfectly stylish in fitting with today’s trends. These “tuxedo kitchens,” as they’re so nicknamed, are where the upper cabinets may be in one color—like in all white—and then the lower cabinets are in a contrasting shade, like a gray or dark walnut. It’s essentially a way to color block your cabinets.

The idea of going with two different shades on your kitchen cabinets may make some homeowners’ a little uneasy, but it’s nothing to fear nowadays and can actually make your kitchen look more open.

Typically, with tuxedo cabinets, the lighter color is on top and a darker color is on the bottom. It can help make a kitchen seem taller when the lighter color is above. It can also create a focal point, when a contrasting color is used on a kitchen island. The differing shades can also break up the monotony of all one color cabinets, particularly in all-white kitchens.

Some real estate studies say that white cabinets contrasted by a dark navy blue or black kitchen island is among the most common tuxedo kitchen pairings in some real estate listings too.


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True or False: When Entertaining for Business, Your Meal Is Deductible

Sep 24, 2018 by

False. For business entertainment deductions, you are allowed to take a meal deduction only for the client, and only if business was discussed during the meal or immediately before or after.

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Hot Home Trend: Color Block Your Kitchen Cabinets

Sep 24, 2018 by

By Melissa Dittmann Tracey, REALTOR® Magazine

Getting a little mismatchy in kitchen cabinet color designs is no longer being viewed as an unfinished reno job, but instead perfectly stylish in fitting with today’s trends. These “tuxedo kitchens,” as they’re nicknamed, are where the upper cabinets may be in one color—like in all white—and then the lower cabinets are in a contrasting shade, like a gray or dark walnut. It’s essentially a way to color block your cabinets.

The idea of going with two different shades on your kitchen cabinets may make some homeowners’ a little uneasy, but it’s nothing to fear nowadays and can actually make your kitchen look more open.

Typically, with tuxedo cabinets, the lighter color is on top and a darker color is on the bottom. It can help make a kitchen seem taller when the lighter color is above. It can also create a focal point, when a contrasting color is used on a kitchen island. And the differing shades can also break up the monotony of all one color cabinets, particularly in all-white kitchens.

Some real estate studies are suggesting that white cabinets contrasted by a dark navy blue or black kitchen island is among the most common tuxedo kitchen pairings in some real estate listings too.


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