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Archive for June 9, 2013

New Homeowners Want Walk In Bathtubs

Written by admin. Posted in Bathtub walk in, Walk in baths

Walk in bath tub

Buying a home can be one of the most exciting moments in a man or a woman’s life. However, it can also be one of the most stressful moments in that person’s young life. It is exciting because the individual now has a place that he or she can call home, a place free from the troubles of the outside world.

It is stressful because now the homeowner must worry about upkeep and expensive renovations which sometimes cost hundreds (if not thousands) of dollars. Leaky roofs require repair. Moldy carpets must be replaced. Broken tiles require replacement tiles. These repairs are only examples of some of the possible repairs that a new homeowner must invest in.

One of the most common of home repairs takes place in the bathroom. Many homeowners see their new bathrooms and shutter because the bathroom lacks a walk in bathtub! The homeowners are outraged by the absence of walk in bathtubs. “How could this happen!” they shout. “How could the previous owners have forgotten to install walk in baths? I cannot live in this house unless I install a new walkin bathtub right away.”

True to their word, these new homeowners then start to think about installing walk in bathtubs. First, they turn to internet websites which list reviews of the various walk in bathtubs which are available for purchase. After selecting a suitable walk in bathtub, the homeowners place their order through the phone or over the internet.

After the walk in bathtub arrives two or three weeks later, the homeowner then contacts a contractor who can install the walk in bathtub for a nominal fee. Most homeowners are happy to pay this fee because they believe that it would less expensive than installing this walk in bathtub by themselves. Some homeowners, however, are very stubborn and insist upon installing the bathtub by themselves. If they succeed, they often save themselves hundreds of dollars. If they fail, however, they must then contact a repairman who can fix the damage that they inflicted upon their bathroom, their walk in bath tub, their walk in baths, their walk in bathtub, their walk in bathtubs, and their walkin bathtub.

When the IRS Wants More Money Than You Have

Written by admin. Posted in Irs payment plans, Owe back tax, Owing back tax

Owe irs taxes

According to an old saying the only things that are certain in life are death and taxes. Niether of them are likely to appear on a list of the worlds most fun items. Americans have been paying taxes since 1787 when the U. S. Constitution was adopted. The government was given the authority to set and collect taxes, but required that some kinds of tax revenues be given to the states in proportion to the state populations.

Some companies offer options for tax deferred retirement contributions, or allow employees to have more money taken out of their paychecks to make sure there is enough to cover their taxes. However, there are millions of Americans who owe irs taxes each year.

For those who owe irs money and can not pay, the IRS can issue a tax levy, and legally seize property. However, the Fifth Amendment of the Constitution prevents the IRS from taking an individuals primary residence without due process of law. If you owe back taxes to irs you are advised to contact the IRS directly or with the help of a tax expert.