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  • 3 Small Steps to More Sustainable Living

    It’s a great feeling every Earth Day to bike to work and show your love of the planet. But sustainable practices — managing how you use resources to ensure that there will enough for future generations — doesn’t have to be limited to once a year. With a few adjustments, sustainable practices can easily become a part of daily life and save you money while you help improve the planet. Read the rest of this entry »

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    Home Automations That’ll Save You Time and Money

    Necessity is the mother of invention, or so the saying goes, and the one thing we all need more of these days is time. Perhaps this is why so much modern technology centers on increasing convenience in order to save time. As a bonus, many tech solutions can also end up saving you money. Read the rest of this entry »

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    Start a Community Garden: Find and Design a Site

    A well-designed and located community garden can make any neighborhood more attractive and even boost property values. A 2008 article in Real Estate Economics found that in New York City, a 6,000-square-foot community garden added 3.4% in value to a property located next to the garden. After five years, the same garden added 7.4% to property next to the garden and 1.9% to property 1,000 feet away. Read the rest of this entry »

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    Evaluate Your House for a Deck

    In the summertime when the living is easy, there’s nothing quite like a deck for cooking out, entertaining, or simply relaxing. In addition to boosting outdoor living space, a deck can be an asset when you sell your home.

    More good news: Decks add living space at a fraction of the cost of fully enclosed living area. You’ll pay $25 to $35 per square foot for a pro-built deck compared to $100 to $250 per square foot for an enclosed addition. Read the rest of this entry »

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    How Long to Keep Tax Records

    Unless you’re living in the 123-room Spelling Manor, you probably don’t have space to store massive amounts of tax and insurance paperwork, warranties, and repair receipts related to your home.

    But you’ll definitely want your paperwork at hand if you have to prove you deserved a tax deduction, file an insurance claim, or figure out if your busted oven is still under warranty.

    To help you prioritize your paperwork, we’ve created a hand “How Long to Keep It” home records checklist. Read the rest of this entry »

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    Homeowners Insurance: Time for an Annual Check-Up

    It’s time for your annual check-up. The good news is that for this one, you won’t have to don one of those revealing hospital gowns — and you may walk away with a healthier pocketbook. Read the rest of this entry »

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