Category Archives: Government Department

Tax Day is Over – Time to Celebrate!

(And Start Planning For Next Year) April 15th might be the most stressful day of the year for business owners. Once those taxes are filed, everyone deserves to celebrate (or mourn, depending on your tax liability). But just because tax … Continue reading

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2013 Charleston Fall Tours

THE FALL TOURS returns to Charleston, South Carolina this October.  For the 37th year, the Preservation Society of Charleston hosts a variety of tours that take you inside some of Charleston’s most historic privately-owned homes and gardens.  Our new format … Continue reading

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Check into Homebuyer Tax Credit

Potential home buyers in South Carolina should be sure to learn about a substantial tax credit that wasn’t available in this state prior to 2013. The mechanics of it are a little complicated, but the bottom line is that if … Continue reading

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How to be Prepared when Severe Weather Strikes

By Courtney Soinski From RealEstateBook.com People all around the world are affected by severe weather, but many are not completely informed or prepared when storms actually strike. It can be hard to imagine our own homes being impacted by severe … Continue reading

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Changes Coming to the National Flood Insurance Program – Your Options:

Changes will be expected for National Flood Insurance. – The changes will mean rate increases for many policyholders over time. – Buying or selling a property, or allowing a policy to lapse may trigger rate changes. -There are investments you … Continue reading

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