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.
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] SUCCESSFUL THERAPY, I’VE HEARD BEGINS WITH ADMITTING THAT YOU HAVE A PROBLEM. WELL, I ADMIT IT–I’M A FISHERIES BIOLOGIST AND AN ANGLER. AND I’M HARDCORE–BOTH PURSUITS ARE PRETTY CENTRAL IN MY LIFE AND FILL UP A LOT OF MY WAKING MOMENTS. NOW, I DON’T REALLY CONSIDER EITHER OF THESE ACTIVITIES A PROBLEM (ALTHOUGH … Continue reading Myth busters: science explores walleye lore. →
Algae Is Revealed As The Best Kept Nutritional Secret of Olympic Athletes. Now Available From Bits of Health™
Boston, MA (PRWEB) August 07, 2012 With the Olympics in full swing, interest in the nutritional secrets of the winners is at an all-time high. And for good reason. Olympic athletes have full-time trainers and nutritionists whose entire careers ride on the athlete’s performance. No wonder their nutritional secrets are so closely guarded. The most … Continue reading Algae Is Revealed As The Best Kept Nutritional Secret of Olympic Athletes. Now Available From Bits of Health™ →
This article documents the challenges that young children face as they move from kindergarten to first grade and the important role that elementary school counselors can play in working with students, parents/caregivers, and teachers during this critical period of development. Research- and practitioner-based recommendations for effective interventions are discussed. ********** Many school counselors have witnessed … Continue reading Helping children transition from kindergarten to first grade. →
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Three of our presidents have been particularly fascinated by rifles: George Washington, Abraham Lincoln, and Theodore Roosevelt. But all for different reasons. Washington was what we would call an “early adopter” of rifle technology. As early as the French and Indian War (1754-1763), when he was first baptized into frontier warfare, the young, ambitious officer … Continue reading Three Presidents And The Rifle →
AmeriHealth NJ Earns State's Top Ratings for Customer Service, Quality-of-Care in New HMO Performance Report.
ISELIN & MT. LAUREL, N.J. — AmeriHealth New Jersey is the state’s top-rated health plan for both Customer Service and Quality-of-Care, according to the 12th annual New Jersey HMO Performance Report, released by the New Jersey Department of Banking and Insurance (DOBI). The HMO Performance Report contains information on the performance of New Jersey’s HMOs, … Continue reading AmeriHealth NJ Earns State's Top Ratings for Customer Service, Quality-of-Care in New HMO Performance Report. →
Haliburton, Ontario (PRWEB) March 5, 2008 While divers were conducting a unique submarine project in MacDonald Lake at the Haliburton Forest and Wild Life Reserve, they encountered an ancient stone structure revealing proof of life from Central Ontario ancestors. The history of Eastern Canada is generally viewed in two stages: 1st – recent history, measured … Continue reading Remote Ontario Lake Reveals Mysterious Ancient Structure →
The nation’s largest health insurers are growing into brand new areas in 2015, providing extra products on government-run exchanges, in accordance to top professionals at a wide range of wellness plans. Disclosures by wellness plans CEOs during second-quarter profits calls within the 3 days indicate even more alternatives are in the horizon for People in … Continue reading Can The Health Care Reform Expand In 2015 And Offer Choices…read And Be In The Know! →
Dementia is a subject that most people try to avoid. Just the thought of memory loss – in a loved one, friend, co-worker or, worse yet, ourselves — makes us terribly uncomfortable. Unless we are confronted directly with dementia, we prefer to think of it as “someone else’s problem.” But dementia – one of the … Continue reading Dementia Facts And Statistics: Present And Future →