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Fun Happenings in Central New Jersey! - 03/09/12 03:19 PM
Gil and I are always on the lookout for fun and unique things to do, and the upcoming week is chock-full of excitement! We lucked out by visiting the Middlesex County Cultural and Heritage Commission, and here's what we found: On Saturday, March 10, come out for Pysanky, a traditional Ukrainian egg decorating workshop. Two sessions are planned, one from 10am to noon and the second from 1:30-3:30pm. Space is limited so register early. Participants will learn to design and create their own patterned egg, using beeswax, a stylus and dyes, following the centuries old traditions of the Ukraine. Master artist (0 comments)
Why Should You Pay a Real Estate Commission? - 03/07/12 05:55 PM
Gil and I read a terrific piece on Keeping Current Matters today, and we think it may help to answer a common question about real estate commissions. KCM asked whether it makes sense, in today's market, to pay your real estate agent a full commission. There's definitely a lot of debate out there about this question. Consumers are dependent on a real estate professional to help them attain their goals in a sale or a purchase. That process used to be simple. Today, a person looking to buy or sell should be willing to pay a full fee for these (2 comments)
Dining Out in New Brunswick - The Frog and The Peach - 03/02/12 02:46 PM
Our avid readers no doubt know that there's no shortage of great eateries in central New Jersey. This week, we thought we'd spotlight one of them: The Frog and the Peach in New Brunswick. The owners of The Frog and The Peach has offered diners consistently inspired food, attentive service and a wine list of diversity and value for nearly 30 years. They've won numerous awards and accolades, and their customers are nearly unanimous in their praise of the establishment's food and service. Husband and wife team Betsy Alger and Jim Black founded The Frog and The Peach restaurant in 1983 (0 comments)
If you're like Gil and me, you're already calculating your tax return and considering the deductions and credits to which we may or may not be entitled. HouseLogic offers several mistakes that home owners tend to make, and we wanted to share them to help you avoid running afoul of the IRS. They are: Deducting the wrong year for property taxes: On your federal forms, enter the amount you actually paid in 2011, regardless of the date is on your tax bill. Confusing escrow amount for actual taxes paid: The regular amount you pay into your escrow account each (1 comments)
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