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Thursday, December 31 2009
When: Feb 11, 2010 from 5 PM to 11 PM

Where: The Irish Pub

What: Fundraising Event For The Family Refuge Center

A Silent Auction Will Be Held from 5PM to 8PM And A Live Auction Will Be Held Beginning at 8PM.

Music Will Be Presented By The Black Mountain Bluegrass Band

More Information Will Be Provided As The Date Gets Closer. Come Out And Enjoy!

Lindsey Wolford
Victim Advocate
Family Refuge Center
Posted by: Greg Allman AT 02:16 pm   |  Permalink   |  Email
Tuesday, December 29 2009

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Tuesday, December 22 2009

Dee, was recognized on December 17, 2009 by the Greenbrier Valley Board of REALTORS as the 2009 “Rookie” of the year.

We are very proud to have Dee as part of our Greenbrier Real Estate Service team and wish her much success in 2010.


Posted by: Greenbrier Real Estate Services AT 09:28 am   |  Permalink   |  0 Comments  |  Email
Friday, December 18 2009

Combine the tax credit with our holiday gift to you - $500 credit at closing¹ and move into your dream home!
Mention offer code 10825-2.

$6,500 Tax Credit for Current Homeowners!

• Receive up to $6,500 in a tax credit on a new home purchase
  (you must have lived in your current home for 5 consecutive years over the past 8 years).
• Purchase home by April 30, 2010 and close by June 30, 2010.
• Income limits to qualify for full tax credit have increased to $125,000 for individuals or $225,000 for joint filers.
  (Partial tax credit may be granted for incomes up to $145,000 for individuals or $245,000 for joint filers).
• Home must be used as your primary residence.

Is someone you know a first-time homebuyer?

• Tell your family and friends - up to $8,000 tax credit for new homebuyers!
• Buyer(s) must sign a purchase contract by April 30, 2010 and close by June 30, 2010.
• Homebuyers cannot have owned a home during the past three years.
• Home must remain primary residence within 3 years of the purchase date.
• Income limits to qualify for full tax credit have increased to $125,000 for individuals or $225,000 for joint filers.
  (Partial tax credit may be granted for incomes up to $145,000 for individuals or $245,000 for joint filers).

These tax credits expire April 30, 2010. Contact a CitiMortgage Consultant now!

Apply online OR call 1-866-535-8078 today to talk to a dedicated Mortgage Consultant.

Posted by: Greg Allman AT 03:05 pm   |  Permalink   |  0 Comments  |  Email
Thursday, December 17 2009

July 26-August 1, 2010.
See the world’s best players, country music stars and make a positive impact for the community.
Select Greenbrier Historical Society when purchasing from Badges for Charity
and we will receive 30% of the proceeds.
To purchase badges,
or call

Posted by: Greg Allman AT 07:50 am   |  Permalink   |  0 Comments  |  Email
Wednesday, December 16 2009
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Monday, December 07 2009

Posted by: Greg Allman AT 01:30 pm   |  Permalink   |  0 Comments  |  Email
Thursday, December 03 2009
You've decided to purchase a home and take advantage of the 2009 First-Time Home Buyer Tax Credit. Here's what you have to do to get your benefit:
1.            Close on your home purchase by November 6, 2009. (If you closed on your home on or after November 7, 2009, please see: How to Get the Extended Home Buyer Tax Credit for more information.)
2.            Ensure that you are a qualified first-time buyer under IRS guidelines,
3.            Decide which year to file under, 2008 or 2009,
4.            File an amended 2008 return or choose to apply the credit to your 2009 tax return.
Deciding When to Apply the Credit
If you want the benefits of your credit as soon as possible: 
You might choose to file under your 2008 tax year. Since April 15 has already passed, you would have to file an amendment to your return. However, if you've already filed for an extension of your 2008 return, then you can simply claim the credit when you submit your return. 
If you anticipate a drop in income next year: 
You can wait to claim the credit as part of your 2009 filing. In some cases the value of the credit might be higher, particularly if in 2008 you qualify for only a partial credit because your income is over $75,000 (single) or $150,000 (joint).
 Your Next Steps
Once you have determined which year to apply the tax credit, you will need to do two things to claim the credit:
1.            Fill out Form 5405 to determine the amount of your available credit, and
2.            File an amended return for your 2008 taxes, or wait and apply to credit when you file your 2009 tax return.
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Tuesday, December 01 2009

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    Lewisburg, West Virginia 24901
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