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Old 04-11-2014, 08:27 AM
 
Location: Mount Laurel
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Some reading for you.

https://business.phila.gov/Pages/Fre...ax+Obligations

I work in the city but live in NJ. With the regular W-2, it was not too complicated but when I started doing rentals in the city, everything got complicated. You probably only need an accountant in NJ as that is where you will be filing (they are usually verse in the crazy Philadelphia rules when it comes to their requirements).
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Old 04-11-2014, 10:41 AM
 
Location: Philadelphia
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One more quick question please. Is there an extended stay/weekly hotel in the area mentioned above? I plan to stay a month on my own before moving my family up so I wanted to try a place like Extended Stay America or something as a start so I don't have to stress about finding a place right away. I figure you all might know the good clean ones, thanks!

There are numerous extended stay hotels near the Philadelphia Airport, which is very close to the naval business yard. In NJ, most of the extended hotels are concentrated in the Mount Laurel area off of Route 73. There is also a Residence Inn in Deptford, NJ.
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Old 04-18-2014, 09:43 AM
 
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Other places to see if you can get a 1500 rent

Collingswood is becoming a premier community that may have homes in your range. Above avg schools. A fully revitalized 50s style main street that is several blocks long. Patco train to Philly also...could ride in, hop on septa, and be at work. look into it.
Haddon Twp (many areas close to collingswood. train too)
Barrington
Haddon Heights
Runnemede is similar to Bellmawr. (although I detest the black horse pike traffic)

Gloucester County has a bunch of options too.
Deptford is a complete mix of older blue collar neighborhoods, and new construction.

I second this. I live in Collingswood and love it. It keeps getting better. It has a very "village" like feel to it and is a closer extension of Philly than even a place like Manayunk. Bellmawr will get bored REAL fast if you are young. Cookie cutter bungalows and capes in a sleepy area.
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Old 05-10-2014, 07:08 PM
 
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I second this. I live in Collingswood and love it. It keeps getting better. It has a very "village" like feel to it and is a closer extension of Philly than even a place like Manayunk. Bellmawr will get bored REAL fast if you are young. Cookie cutter bungalows and capes in a sleepy area.
I third this! We moved to Collingswood a little over a year ago and it is a great place! There is plenty to do, it is very walkable, and close to everything. Definitely put it on your list to visit.
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