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    Ryobi has added the P320 brad nailer to its One+18-volt system. This tool offers hoseless nailing on a budget, and might be just the thing for service work and small jobs.

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    The Internal Revenue Service decreased the standard mileage rates used for computing the deductible costs of operating an automobile for business.

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    The effects of the stalemate in Washington will likely grow worse the longer it lasts.

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    Tool organizers from Festool, DeWalt, and Bosch. Choose which system best fits your needs depending on work style, budget, and level of customization.

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  • Granite Savings: Working With Prefab Granite Countertops

    Prefabricated granite tops are a cost-effective alternative to custom slab counters.

  • Xicato Continues to Expand Executive Team

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    AS RENTS FELL AND CONCESSIONS rose across the apartment industry in 2008 and 2009, apartment owners and managers took a defensive, hunker-down approach. They kept heads in beds and slashed expenses.

  • Four Creative Ways to Increase the Bottom Line

    Some multifamily firms have been able to creatively wrestle new dollars, while cutting expenses, by uncovering latent opportunities throughout the downturn.