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20 Creative Color Schemes Inspired By The Color Wheel

An empty room is a blank canvas for any decorator to fill with color, pattern and texture. While decorators have a handle on color schemes that work, choosing color schemes can be a scary proposition for others. Fear not, there are a few easy guidelines to follow that will have anyone picking colors like a pro. There are five basic color schemes and a myriad of options from which to draw upon for inspiration and we will review each of them.

Monochromatic

The monochromatic color scheme is perhaps the easiest to understand. It is the use of any one tint, hue or shade of a single color. This scheme can be either very relaxing or very dramatic depending on the color chosen and the various shades or tints incorporated. For a bit of drama consider the use of a warm hue such as red or orange. For a cooler feel try blues or greens. Grays, whites and creams are fabulous options for neutral schemes.

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TrendHome: Loft Interior Design Inspiration

We love lofts here at TrendLand. In our travels around the world we have atteneded some fantastic loft parties and visited exquisite loft showroom/boutiques so we were inspired to do a review on some beautiful lofts and their interior design

New York Nolita

So for you or for us, inspirations or ideas, have fun scrolling through and check out all the details

New York Nolita

New York Chinatown

Como Italy

Como Italy

Eastern Market Detroit

New York Chinatown

New York Chinatown

New York 7000 sq ft

New York 7000 sq ft

New York 7000 sq ft

New York 7000 sq ft

Long Island White Castle

Long Island White Castle

Long Island White Castle

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    A list of 180+ ranked schools that don t require ACT or SAT scores for admissions

    George Washington University in Washington, D.C. is the newest major school to drop its requirement that most freshman applicants must submit SAT or ACT test scores for admissions purposes, according to this story by my Post colleague Nick Anderson, joining a list of more than 850 accredited, bachelor-degree granting schools (out of about 3,000 in the United States).

    Of that group, some schools don’t require any students to submit scores, others exempt those students with specific GPA and class rank statistics, and still others require the test scores for the purposes of class placement or other non-admissions reasons.

    Here is a list of 181 leading colleges and universities that have changed their requirements on submitting ACT and SAT college admissions test scores. The number next to the schools refers to their rank on the U.S. News World Report Best Colleges Guide (2015 Edition)

    This list was compiled and is maintained by the National Center for Fair and Open Testing, known as FairTest. a non-profit that works to prevent misuse and abuse of standardized tests. Its Web sit e has a lot of information on the SAT and ACT as well as on standardized testing in general. FairTest Public Education Director Bob Schaeffer said that growing number of test-optional schools “recognizes that no test—not the SAT, old or new, nor the ACT – is needed for high-quality admissions.”


    National Liberal Arts College

    5. Bowdoin College (ME)
    7. Middlebury College (VT) “Test Flexible”
    15. Colby College (ME) “Test Flexible”
    15. Hamilton College (NY) “Test Flexible”
    15. Wesleyan University (CT)
    19. Bates College (ME)
    19. Smith College (MA)
    27. Bryn Mawr (PA)
    27. Colorado College (CO) “Test Flexible”
    34. College of the Holy Cross (MA)
    35. Pitzer College (CA)
    37. Dickinson College (PA)
    37. Franklin and Marshall College (PA)
    41. Mount Holyoke College (MA)
    41. Union College (NY)
    45. Bard College (NY)
    45. Connecticut College (CT)
    45. Sewanee — The University of the South (TN)
    45. Trinity College (CT) “Test Flexible”
    50. Gettysburg College (PA)
    51. Denison University (OH)
    51. Furman University (SC)
    56. St. John’s College (MD)
    56. St. Lawrence University (NY)
    59. Lawrence University (WI)
    59. Sarah Lawrence College (NY)
    61. Beloit College (WI)
    61. Hobart and William Smith Colleges (NY)
    64. Gustavus Adolphus (MN)
    64. Kalamazoo College (MI).
    64. Muhlenberg College (PA)
    69. Wheaton College (MA)
    73. Agnes Scott College (GA)
    73. Earlham College (IN)
    77. Lewis and Clark (OR)
    81. Allegheny College (PA)
    81. Knox College (IL)
    81. Transylvania University (KY)
    81. University of Puget Sound (WA)
    89. Bennington College (VT)
    89. St. John’s College (NM)
    96. Washington Jefferson College (PA)
    99. College of the Atlantic (ME)
    99. Drew University (NJ)
    99. Ohio Wesleyan (OH)
    99. St. Michael’s College (VT)
    105. Augustana College (IL)
    105. Goucher College (MD)
    105. Juniata College (PA)
    105. Stonehill College (MA)
    105. Washington College (MD)
    113. Siena College (NY)
    116 Susquehanna University (PA)
    120. Lake Forest College (IL)
    120. St. Anselm College (NH)
    124. Presbyterian College (SC)
    129. McDaniel College (MD)
    139. Wittenberg University (OH)
    155. Illinois College (IL)
    155. William Jewell College (MO)
    159. Lycoming College (PA)
    165. Hartwick College (NY)
    165. Warren Wilson College (NC)
    172. Guilford College (NC)
    177. Albright College (PA)

    27. Wake Forest University (NC)
    32. New York University (NY) “Test Flexible”
    33. University of Rochester (NY) “Test Flexible”
    35. Brandeis University (MA)
    53. Univ. of Texas – Austin (TX) “Top 8%”
    54. George Washington University
    68. Texas A M (TX) “Top 10%”
    68. Worcester Polytechnic Institute (MA)
    71. American University (DC)
    76. Clark University (MA)
    116. Duquesne University (PA)
    121. DePaul University (IL)
    121. Temple University (PA)
    121. University of Arizona (AZ)
    129. Arizona State University (AZ)
    135. Hofstra University (NY)
    135. New School (NY)
    138. George Mason University (VA)
    142. Kansas State University (KS)
    145. Univ. of Texas – Dallas (TX) “Top 15%”
    149. University of Mississippi (MS)
    156. Virginia Commonwealth University (VA)
    194. University of Nevada – Reno (NV

    Regional Universities – North

    2. Providence College (RI)
    3. College of New Jersey (NJ)
    3. Fairfield University (CT)
    3. Loyola University (MD)
    7. University of Scranton (PA)
    9. Ithaca College (NY)
    11. Bryant University (RI)
    11. Marist College (NY)
    11. Saint Joseph’s University (PA)
    19. Le Moyne College (NY)
    19. Rowan University (NJ)
    28. Wagner College (NY)
    31. Assumption College (MA)
    31. Hood College (MD)
    31. Nazareth College (NY)
    38. Sacred Heart University (CT)
    41. College of Saint Rose (NY)
    41. King’s College (PA)
    41. Roger Williams University (RI)
    50. Montclair State University (NJ)
    50. Salve Regina University (RI)
    56. Chatham University (PA)
    56. Mercyhurst University (PA)
    60. Emmanuel College (MA)
    65. Johnson and Wales University (RI)
    65. Salisbury University (MD)
    83. Manhattanville College (NY)
    87. SUNY Potsdam (NY)
    87. The Sage Colleges (NY)
    103. Eastern Connecticut State University (CT)
    103. Plymouth State University (NH)
    120. Utica College (NY)
    125. Keuka College (NY)
    135. Cabrini College (PA)

    Regional Universities — South

    2. Rollins College (FL)
    6. Stetson University (FL)
    13. University of Mary Washingotn (VA)
    17. Christopher Newport University (VA)
    18. Hampton University (VA)
    34. Radford University (VA)
    65. St. Leo University (FL)
    65. St. Thomas University (FL)

    Regional Universities – Midwest
    3. Drake University (IA)
    14. Baldwin-Wallace College (OH)
    48. University of Wisconsin –Whitewater (WI)
    80. Northwest Missouri State University (MO)
    80. Robert Morris University (IL)
    84. Wayne State College (NE)

    Regional Universities – West
    9. Whitworth University (WA)
    35. California State Univ. – Chico (CA)
    38. San Jose State University (CA)
    40. California State Univ. – Fullerton (CA)
    43. Sonoma State University (CA)
    46. California State Univ. – Fresno (CA)
    55. California State Univ. – Stanislaus (CA)
    58. California State Univ. – Sacramento (CA)
    58. Humboldt State University (CA)
    58. San Francisco State University (CA)
    58. Walla Walla University (WA)
    66. California State Univ. – San Bernadino (CA)
    68. California State Univ. – Monterey Bay (CA)
    68. California State Univ. – Northridge (CA)
    68. University of Alaska – Anchorage (AK)
    68. Weber State University (UT)
    75. California State Univ. – Channel Islands (CA)
    80. California State Univ. – Bakersfield (CA)
    80. Hawaii Pacific University (HI)
    84. California State Univ. – Los Angeles (CA)
    84. California State Univ. – San Marcos (CA)
    84. Western Oregon University (OR)

    Regional Colleges – North
    4. Elizabethtown College (PA)
    6. Lebanon Valley College (PA)
    7. University of Scranton (PA)
    9. Merrimack College (MA)
    12. Bard College at Simon’s Rock (MA)
    17. Wilson College (PA)
    18. University of Maine – Farmington (ME)
    24. Cazenovia College (NY)
    26. Dean College (MA)
    28. Pennsylvania College of Technology (PA)
    31. Unity College (ME)
    33. SUNY College of Technology – Delhi (NY)
    37. University of Maine – Fort Kent (ME)
    40. Nichols College (MA)
    46. University of Maine – Presque Isle (ME)
    46. Washington Adventist University (MD)

    Regional Colleges – South
    16. Catawba College (NC)
    37. Belmont Abbey College (NC)
    40. Keiser University (FL)
    54. Lees-McRae College (NC)
    64. Indian River State College (FL)
    70. Everglades University (FL)

    Regional Colleges – Midwest

    47. Olivet College (MI)
    64. Dunwoody College of Technology (MN)

    Regional Colleges — West

    6. Oklahoma Wesleyan University (OK)
    25. St. Gregory’s University (OK)



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    Employee Stock Options (ESO)

    ByJohn Summa . CTA, PhD, Founder of HedgeMyOptions.com and OptionsNerd.com

    Employee stock options. or ESOs, represent one form of equity compensation granted by companies to their employees and executives. They give the holder the right to purchase the company stock at a specified price for a limited duration of time in quantities spelled out in the options agreement.

    ESOs represent the most common form of equity compensation. In this tutorial, the employee (or grantee) also known as the “optionee”, will learn the basics of ESO valuation, how they differ from their brethren in the listed (exchange traded) options family, and what risks and rewards are associated with holding these during their limited life. Additionally, the risk of holding ESOs when they get in the money versus early or premature exercise will be examined.

    In Chapter 2,we describe ESOs at a very basic level. When a company decides that it would like to align its employee interests with the aims of the management, one way to do this is to issue compensation in the form of equity in the company. It is also a way of deferring compensation. Restricted stock grants, incentive stock options and ESOs all are forms equity compensation can take. While restricted stock and incentive stock options are important areas of equity compensation, they will not be explored here. Instead, the focus is on non-qualified ESOs.

    We begin by providing a detailed description of the key terms and concepts associated with ESOs from the perspective of employees and their self interest. Vesting. expiration dates and expected time to expiration, volatility pricing, strike (or exercise) prices, and many other useful and necessary concepts are explained. These are important building blocks of understanding ESOs – an important foundation for making informed choices about how to manage your equity compensation.

    ESOs are granted to employees as a form of compensation, as mentioned above, but these options do not have any marketable value (since they do not trade in a secondary market ) and are generally non-transferable. This is a key difference that will be explored in greater detail in Chapter 3, which covers basic options terminology and concepts, while highlighting other similarities and differences between the traded (listed) and non-traded (ESO) contracts.

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    A common form of management by employees to reduce risk and lock in gains is the early (or premature) exercise. This is somewhat of a dilemma, and poses some tough choices for ESO holders. Ultimately, this decision will depend on one’s personal risk appetite and specific financial needs, both in the short and long term. Chapter 6 looks at the process of early exercise, the financial objectives typical of a grantee taking this road (and related issues), plus the associated risks and tax implications (especially short-term tax liabilities). Too many holders rely on conventional wisdom about ESO risk management which, unfortunately, may be loaded with conflicts of interest, and therefore may not necessarily be the best choice. For example, the common practice of recommending early exercise in order to diversify assets may not produce the optimal outcomes desired. There are trade offs and opportunity costs that must be carefully examined.

    Besides removing the alignment between employee and company (which was the purportedly one of the intended purposes of the grant), the early exercise exposes the holder to a large tax bite (at ordinary income tax rates). In exchange, the holder does lock in some appreciation in value on their ESO (intrinsic value). Extrinsic. or time value, is real value. It represents value proportional to probability of gaining more intrinsic value. Alternatives do exist for most holders of ESOs for avoiding premature exercise (i.e. exercising before expiration date). Hedging with listed options is one such alternative, which is briefly explained in Chapter 7 along with some of the pros and cons of such an approach.

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    Is Your Car Registration Deductible?

    Your car registration fees may be partially deductible on your federal income taxes, but only under certain circumstances.

    Annual car registration fees may be partially deductible on your federal income taxes, but only under certain circumstances. A portion of the registration fee must be charged based on the vehicle’s value — as opposed to its size, age or other characteristics. If part of your registration is indeed deductible, you must itemize your deductions to claim it, rather than using the standard deduction.

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    Every state has its own way of calculating the registration fee on a vehicle, and those calculations typically take several factors into account. For example, say your annual car registration fee is based on a formula that charges $2 per 100 pounds of vehicle weight, $1 per $1,000 of value, a flat $10 for license plate tabs, and $35 in other taxes and charges. If you had a 4,200-pound vehicle with a value estimated by the state at $25,000, then your fee would be $154 ($84 plus $25 plus $10 plus $35). Of that, only $25 would be an itemized deduction, because that’s the only portion based on the actual value of the vehicle.

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    To be deductible, a value-based auto registration fee must also be assessed on an annual basis. What matters here is the frequency with which the tax is charged to you, not the frequency with which it’s actually collected. A state could collect half of the fee every six months, for example, or allow you to pay two years’ worth of fees at a time, but you can still take a deduction as long as the fees are assessed on a per-year basis.

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