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    I don't much like allowances, which let homeowners postpone decisions that really should be made before the project even breaks ground.

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  • Straight Talk About Fraud

    In 2006, occupational fraud cost U.S. businesses about $600 billion, or roughly $4,500 per employee, according to the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners. Building contractors rank second in the list of targets, after retail stores.

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  • IRS Proposes Utility Allowance Options

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  • CPO Gives CPR to Seven ColumbusNeighborhoods

    COLUMBUS, OHIO - Community Properties Revitalization is a massive acquisition-rehabilitation development that spans 209 buildings and 1,075 units throughout seven Columbus, Ohio, neighborhoods.