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YES! You MUST have your home completely purchased by 12/1/09 to obtain the $8000 credit. It is taking between 30-45 days to complete and finalize most mortgages right now. That means in most cases, you need to have a home chosen and an offer accepted by NO LATER than mid-to end October. If your home doesn’t close on or before 12/1/09, you will not be eligible. Interest rates are in the 5-6% range, homes are at excellent values, so NOW is the time to BUY. You only have a short time left! Call a REALTOR® today.
September and early October is the best time to plant spring blooming bulbs such as tulips, daffodils, hyacinths and crocus. it is also a great time to divide and move existing bulbs. Be sure to feed them well with Dutch Bulb Food. And remember to plant in groupings. Most fall planted bulbs only produce one flower per bulb, so planting in groups of 10 to 25 bulbs results in a much more striking display in the spring.
If a dog is properly trained and conditioned, it may approach the border, but will not cross the pre-set boundaries. There is no guarantee that another animal may not wander onto your property given the right stimulus. We recommend that you do not leave your female dog in heat outdoors unattended.
The crisis of unwanted pets in our country is staggering. Millions of homeless animals are destroyed daily as a result of over population in shelters. If you can’t afford to have your pet spayed or neutered, you can seek assistance with providers of low-cost programs that may be available. Puppies and kittens are cute, but they grow up. The time & cost of taking care of babies and locating homes for them is often an overlooked chore. Call us for more information.
Generally, for purposes of child support calculation, business income is statutorily defined as the business gross receipts minus ordinary and necessary expenses required to carry on the trade or business. Remember that a general informational series is not a substitute for actual legal representation.