By Joan McCreary When we move, there is inevitably a lot of stuff we don't want to take with us. But with the furniture and things we DO want to keep still hanging around before the packing begins, it can get a bit crazy trying to keep track of what we want to do … Continue reading A little color takes the chaos out of moving
2018 brings sweeping changes to tax laws under the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, which was signed into law in December of 2017. One of the major changes in this bill is how donations are handled. Itemization is a line that only 28% of tax payers take advantage of according to Urban-Brookings Tax Policy Center. … Continue reading Donations go further under new Tax Laws
When you work with Remoov, we do our best to find a new home for your items. If your items cannot be sold or donated, we take the recyclable materials to Recology’s Sunset Scavenger recycling center. We were curious about what happens to your items, after we drop them off at Sunset Scavenger. According to … Continue reading What happens to your recycling?
“Downsizing” has grown from a trend to a movement. Despite the average home growing 1,000 square feet larger in the past 45 years, young people are living in smaller spaces. Housing prices, financial constraints, and social trends are creating an environment of “compulsory downsizing” -- forcing people to live in shrinking spaces … Continue reading Compulsory Minimization
I’m unconsciously paying for my stuff. Are you? Often times we fail to realize that the old cabinet you don’t use anymore, those stacks of chairs you loved years ago, or those boxes of magazines you will probably never read anymore are filling up a lot of the space in your home. According to Rent … Continue reading The “Tax” for Our Clutter