Tips for a Better Credit Score

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Offered by Jan Giuliano, Academy Mortgage – The Giuliano Team Mortgage Lenders are not experts on credit but here are some tips that can help anyone committed to good financial health: Pay all your bills on time. One 30 day late payment can have significant negative impact on your scores. Don’t co-sign loans. Their late… Read more »

Whats New From SHOT Show 2018

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Offered by Cheri Simmons Simmons Shooting Academy I’m writing at 4:00 am, from the 2018 SHOT Show in Vegas, and just like a kid, I’m too excited to sleep. Ok, it’s easy to be excited about holding all the new guns coming to market soon, right? But there are three new products I can’t stop… Read more »

Did The New Tax Act Affect Your Estate Plan?

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Offered by Dolan & Associates, P.C. In December, Congress passed the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act which made significant tax law changes. The changes to the death tax in the Act will not affect most Americans. The Act increases the exemption from paying estate tax to $11.2 million per individual. Any amount over the exemption… Read more »

Heroes of our Community

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Offered by Brian Holley – Farmers Insurance Our children are the future of our country and our society. The families and homes of our community have always been, and always should be, the shelter from the “storm” of chaos which assaults the character and values of our children. Outside of our homes, on the front… Read more »

A Little About Earwax

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Offered by: John Wilson, B.S., BC-HIS, Blue Ribbon Hearing & Tinnitus Center Having earwax is not necessarily a sign of poor hygiene, and a healthy ear canal will always have some wax. Earwax, also called cerumen, is a combination of natural secretions from glands in the ear canal combined with exfoliated skin. Wax is an… Read more »

In Loving Memory

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Offered by Melissa Rippy, Allstate Rippy Insurance On Wednesday, December 27th, 2017, my heart was absolutely broken when my dad, Jeffrey Kriss Rippy, lost his valiant battle to Acute Myleoid Leukemia after having just been diagnosed in September. In August of last year, my parents and I met in Boston and spent the week together…. Read more »

New Concealed Carry Class Offerings

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Offered by Wes Bear, Owner/Instructor – Concealed Carry Workshop As you may know, I offer a personalized approach to concealed carry training that includes my coming to you. I say “personalized” because not every person needs or wants the same type of training. Some have no experience with firearms and require the full workshop, while… Read more »

2017 Recap of Tax Provisions for Individuals (Part 2)

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Offered by: Libby Smith, ATLAS CPAs & Advisors PLLC Many of the tax changes affecting individuals and businesses for 2017 were related to the Protecting Americans from Tax Hikes Act of 2015 (PATH) that modified or made permanent numerous tax breaks (the so-called “tax extenders”). To further complicate matters, some provisions were only extended through… Read more »

Love Is…

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Offered by Geoff Nelson, Brighton Family Counseling How would you finish this statement? Love is… During this month of February, many of us will try to define love in one way or another. And upon reflection, we may think about some of the relationships in our past or present. It is difficult to pin down… Read more »