Beachy Biebs! While on a family winter vacation with his dad, Jeremy, and little bro, Jaxon, in Barbados, [Image via AKM-GSI.] showed off his softer, but chiseled side in pale pink Solid & Striped swim trunks while taking a stroll on the beach on Wednesday. Looks like all those hikes are paying off!
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY * Land preparation costs with a limited useful life can be depreciated, provided they are not inextricably associated with the land. * Because cost-segregation studies often misclassify or overlook land improvements, taxpayers should keep documentation identifying and segregating depreciable land improvements. * Tax advisers can review prior-year returns and documentation to determine if … Continue reading Tax planning for land preparation costs. →
My favorite deer: this Alaskan hunting veteran reveals all for planning a guaranteed Sitka blacktail hunt.
IF YOU WERE TO shoot a quiver full of flaming arrows in my direction to make me choose only one big game species to bowhunt for the rest of my life, I’d select Alaska’s Sitka blacktail — before I ever got singed. I could give many reasons for that, but among them would be the … Continue reading My favorite deer: this Alaskan hunting veteran reveals all for planning a guaranteed Sitka blacktail hunt. →
Pine Mountain, GA (PRWEB) June 15, 2012 Treat the family to a beach trip, save travel time, save travel money and have a great time. This summer’s new Beach Trip overnight package starts at $99 and includes one-night stay at the Mountain Creek Inn as well as these special rates on fun activities: Admission to … Continue reading Callaway Gardens is the Place for a Quick and Easy Summer Beach Trip →
Sales Success at Village of Sendero Propels "Inter-Gen" Community of Rancho Mission Viejo to Position as California's Top Selling New Community
Rancho Mission Viejo, CA (PRWEB) February 24, 2015 Just a year and a half after its successful grand opening, the new inter-generational village of Sendero in South Orange County, CA is nearly 90% sold out! To date, 840 of the 940 “all age” and “55-plus” homes planned for Sendero have sold, thereby moving the large … Continue reading Sales Success at Village of Sendero Propels "Inter-Gen" Community of Rancho Mission Viejo to Position as California's Top Selling New Community →
2014 was a year which held a bit of the old and familiar and a bit of the fresh and new in Bay Area and Northern California golf. Many golf courses struggled to maintain playability in the face of a drought that deepened to historic levels, and doomsayers predicted the demise, or at least the … Continue reading The year in review: Bay Area and NorCal golf in 2014 →
If you are planning a trip to Bear Lake, Utah, no matter what the season may be, you won’t have to worry about finding something for your or your family to do. Bear Lake is not only a beautiful rural, historical and recreational paradise shared by Idaho and Utah, it is also one of the … Continue reading Top 10 Things To Do In Bear Lake Utah →
Canadian campgrounds in the Maritime provinces are gems for the camping traveller. If they’re not directly on the ocean, or a bay, or another waterway, they’re usually conveniently close. Both RV and tent campers love Nova Scotia’s scenery and campgrounds. For RV campers, however, the roads could be quite a bit less bumpy. But the … Continue reading Nova Scotia Campgrounds Offer A Peaceful Retreat: An Overview of Three Campgrounds in Nova Scotia →
Campers who need a silent place away from the hectic city to relax prefer the sites of rv storage, Jacksonville. Amenities such as good water, electricity, TV with cable network and WiFi network etc are provided in these sites. Open space is also available there to park small and big recreational vehicles. The RV vehicles … Continue reading About RV Storage In Jacksonville Florida →