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Even in this still-hot seller’s market, home staging is a must

The shortage of homes on the market, which isn’t keeping up with the number of interested buyers, might lead homeowners to think they don’t need to do much to their home besides putting the for-sale sign in the front yard. But in reality, the answer to the question, “to stage or not to stage,” is more complicated. I caught up with...

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Eco Cleaning Ohio embraces the idea helping people carve out more time in their day for what matters most

When Alicia Scheel left corporate America in 2016, she decided to return to a career she had pursued in the past and hadn’t quite gotten out of her system. “I took a shot at the cleaning industry years ago when I thought I knew how to run a business,” says Alicia. “Turns out I was in over my head and the business ultimately failed...

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Disney Day for deals and more

With so much going on in the worlds of Disney and Sandals, it’s a thrilling time to work in the travel industry. I just returned from Disney World, where I spent a wonderful long weekend with my family, hitting Epcot and Magic Kingdom. One aspect we loved was the Skyliner, a gondola that whisks you from place to place. It was super...

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Here’s when to put a will in place

We are in prime planning season for summer vacations. While you’re checking flights and booking hotels, now would also be the time to make sure your last wishes are in order. Do you have a will and is it up to date? Drafting a will takes a few weeks and isn’t a process that can be done on the fly. I caught up with local estate planning...

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Did your tax refund shrink?

If you’re among the 79% of people in Ohio who receive an annual federal tax refund, you may have noticed that your refund shrank considerably in 2024 compared to previous years. In a nutshell, because of inflation, tax brackets have shifted higher. This means that federal withholding for W-2 employees doesn’t kick in until an employee has...

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