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  1. woodworker2000

    Taxes on equipment

    "Value", including taxable value, is different than "depreciated value". Typically, a fully depreciated asset still has value and may be subject to personal property tax.
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    Taxes on equipment

    @Willemjm, I am not affiliated with any federal, state, or local government but if your CPA wasn't aware that personal property tax is assessed on business assets, you may want to find a new CPA or, at a minimum, make him or her aware of this site which provides useful information about starting...
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    Taxes on equipment

    So you want the benefit of reducing your taxes by depreciating equipment you use in your business but don't want to pay personal property tax on equipment you use in your business. I don't understand your issue. The taxing authorities are treating you no differently than any other business.
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    DW 735 Planer Dust Port to Shop vac adapter (is there one)

    You can use something like this: Trash Can Adapter for Leaf Blower
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    Nice worktop for FREE

    considering the current price of plywood, I'm certain it was salvaged.
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    CNC Router Service for Boat Kit

    You may want to confirm the price you are using for plywood in your calculations. Looking at current prices of wood, it appears gold and/or other precious metals are now being injected into wood sometime after the trees are harvested and before being sold to consumers.
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    Construction lumber prices

    speaking of prices, I thought this was funny.
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    For Sale Listings - Check out the Facebook page

    THAT is something you will never hear me say....
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    How to fix this gutter? Basement flooding

    A larger lower gutter might help as well as re-directing the existing downspout further away from the corner by putting a horizontal 90 at the end. Another option might be to split the upper downspout so 1/2 of the water from the upper roof runs to the other side of the lower roof (the side we...
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    LED Lamp

    You can put LED bulbs in those lamps instead of throwing them away.
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    The biggest router I've ever seen.

    ^what he said. That was made way back....when men were men and women were women. Today? Well, let's just say that today's routers are much smaller.....
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    What am I supposed to do with this...

    I think your aunt may have misled you about it being small. If that is small, what does she consider large?
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    TrueTrac System - anyone have any experience?

    It seems to be similar to the EZ-Smart System but not as complete: EZ-Smart @ Eurekazone
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    Anyone know where I can have threads cut?

    Did you get it done? I was thinking....if the threaded part is a full-length insert, the knobs used to tighten an umbrella in place would have to go through that insert so IF the threaded part is an insert, the knobs could be what is preventing you from removing it. You could try removing the...
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    Anyone know where I can have threads cut?

    what is the knob on the pole for? It might be holding a threaded insert in place.
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    Japanese Maple and Crape Myrtle wood available

    That Japanese Maple may be worth more than you think if it has an 8" trunk. If you live in Raleigh or Durham, there is a JM farm on 98 that may be interested in it (live, not cut down).
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    Crepe Myrtel Tree coming down- offering some of it up.

    The stump grinder guy may not want to grind too far into the ground. When I helped a neighbor get rid of his crepe myrtle, we dug around it really well and then wrapped a chain around it and pulled it out of the ground with my truck. We didn't try to snatch it out like these guys: Car/Truck...
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    Crepe Myrtel Tree coming down- offering some of it up.

    If your deck is going to be built over it, I would cover it and forget least until sometime next summer (or later or never) you see the plastic under your deck and think "I can probably get rid of that plastic now".
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    Crepe Myrtel Tree coming down- offering some of it up.

    my only suggestion is to make CERTAIN you remove the root ball and dig all around the root ball to get every peice out of the ground. After that, I would still cover the spot with black plastic. Otherwise, you WILL get new CM shoots poking up through your deck. Crepe Myrtles are difficult to...

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