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Traditional, value-added services for real estate entities

Stephen H. Berardi Commercial real estate companies (such as property developers, owners, investors, managers and lenders) face unique income tax, development, accounting and financial reporting issues. The best source for expert solutions to these issues are accounting firms that provide ...

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Tamarack property owners can sue Credit Suisse

Property owners at upscale resorts in Idaho and Montana can sue Credit Suisse for $24 billion over allegations the bank made predatory loans, a federal judge in Idaho has ruled. U.S. Magistrate Judge Ronald Bush in Boise ruled Feb. 17 that property ...

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Commentary: Consider goals before refinance

Gary S. Williams As the economy recovers, homeowners are faced with the good news/bad news prospect of a better real estate market with the likelihood of higher mortgage interest rates. For many, that leaves three choices – sell, refinance or ...

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Apex Manufacturing Solutions moves to make way for growth

Apex Manufacturing Solutions, a Boise-based automation systems integrator and manufacturing consultant, is moving to a larger location due to growth. Managing Director John Nichols said the company will move from a standalone building of about 3,000 square feet at 405 ...

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DSW Shoe Warehouse to open Boise store

DSW Shoe Warehouse is opening its first Idaho store in Boise. Hawkins Companies Commercial Developers Leasing Manager Jay Blacker confirmed that the Ohio-based shoe store will occupy the former PetSmart location in the Franklin Towne Plaza near Best Buy and ...

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Commentary: Start planning for retirement well in advance

Gary S. Williams BALTIMORE, MD – One of the biggest lessons of the recent economy is that many people who thought they were financially ready for retirement … weren’t. The amount of money, investments and government support you’ll need to ...

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Commentary: Businesses have brighter future

Judith McGee The past couple of years have taken the wind out of many businesses – especially in construction. Many successful firms have suffered because of harsh economic conditions. People have dug in, hoarded cash and battened down the hatches ...

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