Utah lawmakers to take on taxes

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Utah lawmakers kicked off their annual whirlwind legislative session Monday with plans to dig in on tax reform, Medicaid and more. Chief among lawmakers’ priorities will be setting a budget that sends significant money to education, with a hope to boost Utah’s low per-pupil spending and stave off a ballot initiative led by a group of business leaders that would hike Utah taxes to pay for schools. House Speaker Greg Hughes and Senate President Wayne Niederhauser, both Republicans, used their opening addresses to lay out some other priorities for the year, including affordable housing, congested highways and tackling the opioidRead More →

The housing markets of different cities have their particularities. You can’t expect the Salt Lake City UT housing opportunities to be similar to the ones in NYC or in any other state for that matter. This is why you should be very careful when doing your research, whether you can to invest in a house or you need to relocate to Salt Lake City and you need a new home. The easiest way to find the best housing solutions is to hire a local real estate agent. Ideally, you should pick someone with a long experience on the market. Experienced real estate agents are usuallyRead More →

How to Avoid and Fight Fire


Any individual who’s ever lived in salt lake city apartments downtown can confirm the annoying feeling in the back of their psyche about annihilation or harm jumping out at their property through no shortcoming they could call their own. Consider it; because of a complex arrangement of scarcely differentiated units, a neighbor’s carelessness could be your own particular fixing in the case of a flame softening out up their spot that rapidly spreads to your ownRead More →