3 ways TAR helps you with end-of-the-year savings
12/02/2015 | Author: Editorial Staff
As a Texas REALTOR®, you have exclusive access to discounts on products and services you use daily. Here are three that will help you save money throughout the end of this year and into 2016.
Save money on gifts. Sending flowers at a discount, getting a deal on a wine club membership, and stocking up on bargain kitchenware are only a few of your options through Beneplace, a website only for members of the Texas Association of REALTORS®. Find name-brand items at a steal for your friends, family, clients, and maybe even yourself.
Save money on travel. Whether you’re making a trek to see extended family or finally taking that much-needed vacation, save up to 15% on lodging at La Quinta Inn & Suites across the nation.
Keep up with money-saving deductions in 2016. Start the new year off right by tracking your expenses, mileage, and more with TaxBot. Save 50% on the cost of the monthly service just because you’re a Texas REALTOR®.
See all the benefits you can take advantage of at texasrealestate.com/benefits.
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