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Quick [LIFE CHANGING] Tip

Quick [LIFE CHANGING] Tip

To say my life was completely transformed last week, is an understatement.

I was lucky enough to attend a groundbreaking 4 day event where I learned about myself, the human mind and how to really become 'happy without reason.'

So in today's email, I just want to share 1 piece of wisdom with you... one thought that may alter the way you chose to live out this coming day...

Consider this:

When you feel unhappy and unfulfilled, you have certain thoughts that run through your head over and over again, reassuring and feeding the bad, negative feeling that you're experiencing.
 
So wouldn't you say that to make a change in your life, you must first start with your thoughts... to really take notice of what thoughts enter your mind when a negative feeling comes on?

One of the best things I've just started doing is analyzing my thoughts and making a huge effort to transform the negative into the positive.

So whenever a challenge has come up this week... one that may normally send me down a rabbit hole of frustration, I've simply taken notice, and changed my thoughts patterns to a more positive line of thinking.

The difference this has made, in just a few days, I can tell you, has already saved me hours of time! And overall, I feel great!

So, take the challenge with me this week...

Take control of your thoughts.

Until next time,
Tomas

Mind Movie Music 1286 University Avenue, Suite #196, San Diego, CA 92103, USA

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Tax tip: How to get a tax deduction for your vacation home

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Under IRS rules, your vacation home can avoid the dreaded "entertainment facility" disallowance rules. But you have to know exactly how to meet the law's detailed requirements.
 
In Part 4 of this series on entertainment-facilities, you'll learn how to use the business-meeting and overnight-lodging rules to turn your cozy vacation home into a cozy tax-deductible business asset.
 
CAUTION: The IRS's complex entertainment facility rules are designed to destroy your entertainment facility deductions. But the law contains a number of exceptions which I'll explain in detail when you read my new article titled Tax Deductions for Entertainment Facility; Part 4, Vacation Home.
 
Three ways our fact-filled article can help you:
We'll tell you about the implications of the important Ireland case. In Ireland, the court said that any use of the owner's beach home for entertainment, no matter how minor, fatally doomed the claimed entertainment-facility deduction. How does the court's decision impact you? You'll find out when you Read the FREE article. You'll learn how Mr. Ireland could have avoided trouble. If you pore through the IRS's regulations (we do!), you'll see that they do a good job of explaining how business meetings at vacation homes qualify for business deductions. It's a pity that Mr. Ireland didn't know the rules. You will when you Read the FREE article. We'll give you five great reasons to smile. The law is on your side if you learn how to play the game. We'll list five important facts you should know if you want to turn your vacation home into a nice deduction. All you have to do is Read the FREE article.
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[NeptuneNJFreecycle] WANTED: Cassettes and VHS tapes (Howell)



From: camrgm118 <ryker_luv@yahoo.com>
Date: Wed, Feb 19, 2014 at 9:57 AM
Subject: [NeptuneNJFreecycle] WANTED: Cassettes and VHS tapes (Howell)
To: NeptuneNJFreecycle@yahoogroups.com

My Autistic son will only listen to cassettes and VHS tapes. Tomorrow is
his birthday, and he would like SOUNDGARDEN-SUPER UNKNOWN, PINK FLOYD-
THE WALL, NIRVANA- NEVERMIND, AND AC/DC- DIRTY DEEDS. He would also like
VHS tapes of BATMAN, AND SUPERMAN 1,2,3, AND 4.

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Your HomeActions Updates for February 21, 2014.

Homeowner Tax Tips For Your Best Return: First In A Series

Taking advantage of the mortgage interest deduction may help you get your biggest possible tax return. Click Full Article below for tips on claiming one of the best tax advantages of homeownership.

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Your new jewelry and other expensive Valentine's Day gifts may need special insurance coverage. Click Full Article below for four things to do to make sure you're covered if your new goodies are lost or stolen.

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What is Clutter telling you?

Clutter is informing you that something needs to change.

Clutter is a clear sign something is not working; clutter would not pile up if everything was working as it should.

So what exactly isn’t working and what can you do about it?

1.     Change the home, or lack of a home.

The issue might be as simple as the item doesn’t have a designated home. Sometimes stuff is left out just because it has nowhere to go. Look at the item in that is sitting out and ask yourself, ‘where does this go?’ if you don’t have an answer then you need to find it a home- right now. You can always change where you store it, so pick a place and give it a try.

2.     Change your habits.  

Maybe the item has a home but you’re just not in the habit of putting it away when you are through using it. A common problem is leaving an item out because you plan to come back to finish using it later. Don’t wait until later, put it away where it belongs now and you’ll be able to find it again whenever you need it. 

3.     Change the storage spot.

You may have a place to put the item, but if the storage spot is inconvenient chances are you won’t make the effort to put it away. This is about being busy and having a lot on your plate already that running a single piece of paper to your home office on the second floor of your home just isn’t a priority. Create the storage spot or at least the “holding” place where the item naturally lands so you won’t end up with a pile of stuff to move.

4.     Change your expectations.

So you dream of a perfectly organized home? Do you wish for a closet with everything color coded and folded with precision? Would you love a completely clear table top? These images, although lovely, are more reminiscent of a model house that no one lives in. Your house is a home; a home where people enjoy life and life comes with stuff. The key is to manage the stuff and adjust your expectations.

5.     Change your focus.

Sometimes it is easier to simply ignore the cluttered closets and piles of paperwork. Sometimes you put your focus on other people’s needs first and your need to de-clutter takes a back seat. And sometimes the stuff becomes part of the landscape of your home and is hardly noticeable unless you really look. When you change your focus your life can change. Decide to make clearing out unused, unwanted items your main focus over the next week. Take it one week at a time until you get the desired results. If you like this once-a-week method check out my Once-a-Week De-cluttering Calendar.


Long Branch Sales January 2014

Condos Sold in Long Branch January 2014
Address OrigListPrice Sold Price SoldDate DOM
6 BAYVIEW CT 284,900 270,000 1/27/2014 35
675-3F OCEAN AVE 289,900 289,900 1/24/2014 26
33-404 COOPER AVE 329,000 497,500 1/17/2014 61
432-109 OCEAN BLVD 379,000 365,000 1/28/2014 91
24 SUNSET AVE 395,000 345,000 1/17/2014 184
700-1 OCEAN AVE 429,000 410,000 1/10/2014 28
603 PATTEN AVE 599,000 604,000 1/7/2014 193
59 OCEAN TER 599,900 575,000 1/21/2014 8
Single Family SOLD in Long Branch January 2014
Address OrigListPrice Sold Price SoldDate DOM
47 MORRELL ST 215,000 200,000 1/21/2014 37
424 PACIFIC ST 255,000 130,000 1/7/2014 392
69 GRAND AVE 274,900 235,000 1/24/2014 43
20 PATTEN LN 275,000 260,000 1/14/2014 52
121 NORWOOD AVE 279,900 275,000 1/15/2014 9
151 2ND AVE 280,000 256,000 1/8/2014 143
344 OCEAN BLVD 289,000 218,400 1/7/2014 48
329 YORKE AVE 324,900 275,000 1/29/2014 186
123 HULICK TER 339,900 265,000 1/14/2014 146
481 NORWOOD AVE 350,000 350,000 1/16/2014 103
41 ROSALYN CT 479,000 484,000 1/15/2014 9

Single Family SOLD in Rumson January 2014

Address Original Price Sold Price Sold Date Days on Market
39 BINGHAM AVE $699,900 $800,000 1/13/2014 86
38 BLACK POINT HORSESHOE RD $1,299,000 $1,195,000 1/13/2014 14
63 WARDELL AVE $2,495,000 $2,125,000 1/14/2014 123
32 1ST ST $424,900 $400,000 1/15/2014 52
15 CONOVER LN $1,650,000 $1,487,500 1/17/2014 190
1 WILSON CIR $400,000 $321,000 1/31/2014 97
56 LAFAYETTE ST $1,275,000 $1,212,500 1/31/2014 25


Coldwell Banker does not represent that this agency has listed and/or sold all of the above properties.

All information taken directly from the Monmouth Ocean Multiple Listing Service January  2014.


Single Family SOLD in Rumson January 2014

Address Original Price Sold Price Sold Date Days on Market
39 BINGHAM AVE $699,900 $800,000 1/13/2014 86
38 BLACK POINT HORSESHOE RD $1,299,000 $1,195,000 1/13/2014 14
63 WARDELL AVE $2,495,000 $2,125,000 1/14/2014 123
32 1ST ST $424,900 $400,000 1/15/2014 52
15 CONOVER LN $1,650,000 $1,487,500 1/17/2014 190
1 WILSON CIR $400,000 $321,000 1/31/2014 97
56 LAFAYETTE ST $1,275,000 $1,212,500 1/31/2014 25


Coldwell Banker does not represent that this agency has listed and/or sold all of the above properties.

All information taken directly from the Monmouth Ocean Multiple Listing Service January  2014.