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Blogs You May Have Missed: Tax Tips for the Season of Giving

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The impending fiscal cliff may end up costing home sellers a significant amount of money if law makers in Washington do not compromise before the December 31st deadline. Capital gains taxes are poised to be raised from 15% to 25%.

But how does this affect the typical home seller? Find out what real estate professional Jon-David Lenard has to say.

One The Road With Johnny B: Being Dumb And Single At The Dickens Festival

This single guy had a shot with a cute girl at a local event and blew it. What did Carlisle Johnny do or not do. Find out.

Fighting Addiction Post-Sandy

Trauma/Disasters Often Present Challenges for those who Suffer from Addiction or Tend to use Substances to Deal with Negative Emotions.

Hurricane Sandy inflicted tremendous damage to those in the metropolitan area. In the hardest hit areas, there has been tragic loss of life, leaving many grasping for answers.

Strength for Life was able to share $4,300 in cash and gift cards to our neighbors who suffered losses in Hurricane Sandy.

IRS Offers Tax Tips for 'Season of Giving'

December is traditionally a month for giving generously to charities, friends and family. But it’s also a time that can have a major impact on the tax return you’ll file in the New Year. Here are some “Season of Giving” tips from the IRS covering everything from charity donations to refund planning.

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