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During the holiday season, you no doubt have a lot going on in your life — work functions, gatherings with friends and neighbors, tracking down the elusive “perfect gift,” etc. But you may find it valuable to add one more event to your calendar: a family meeting to discuss those financial preparations that affect you and your loved ones.
Did you ever pick a book strictly on an appealing title drawing you in or arousing your curiosity? Often not the best way, leading to disappointment.
Arriba Mexican Grill
Representing more than 2,500 businesses across all industry sectors in Arizona, the Greater Phoenix Chamber of Commerce understands the need for clean air and a healthy and safe environment in which to live, work and play.
Making a list of resolutions is as much a part of some people’s New Year’s traditions as watching the ball drop at midnight.
I streamed the first State of the State address given by Gov. Doug Ducey. In general, it was a very vanilla kick off to the new session. Rhetoric on taxes, education and administrative agenda; all intended to guide the Legislature on where to focus their bill-making powers.
Buying a home? Want to put in a new kitchen and include it in your mortgage? Well, now you can!
If you are interested in saving for retirement, here’s some good news: For 2015, the IRS has raised the maximum contribution limits for 401(k) plans from $17,500 to $18,000. And if you’re 50 or older, you can put in an extra $6,000, up from $5,500 in 2014.
Question: What’s your best suggestion for managing passwords, so I can make sure to use unique passwords on all my accounts?
PHOENIX -- Two House Republicans, including a Northwest Valley lawmaker, are moving to make it easier to get rid of judges.
Wal-Mart is launching a service allowing customers to pick up their tax refunds in cash at its stores.
Today marks the start of the current tax filing season. So, before you procrastinate about gathering your records to get your return done, here’s a very important reason to help you get motivated. Tax fraudsters and identity thieves may very well beat you to it.
It may be a new year, but hackers are still up to some old ways of getting into your private information.
You’ve downsized to an apartment, the kids are long gone, and you’re no longer eligible for some of the deductions and exemptions that had helped you lower your tax bill.
No matter what health plan you purchased through Arizona’s Health Insurance Marketplace last year, you can still change plans for 2015.
Craig Brooks stayed in the corner with the upper weights, assistant coach Andre Blake was showing a move with the rest of the team, and at the front of the Mountain Pointe wrestling room was about five kids doing homework.
I am a retired Ahwatukee resident and worked as the business office manager at the Ahwatukee Recreation Center (ARC) for 18 years. During that time I had a wonderful working relationship and regular interaction with the Ahwatukee Board of Management (ABM), and occasionally staff, in the capacity of my job.
A Phoenix man was arrested Thursday after an infant injured in his care died, according to police.
We have a fantastic city, and it is the place my family calls home. As a city, we are facing big challenges in 2015. However, they are challenges we can easily handle if we complete the task of protecting the public first — you and your family. To be effective, I have always believed you should put your goals in writing. You were made many promises by the politicians and city leaders. This year we need to fulfill those promises to make 2015 the year of “Promises Made… Promises Kept.”
‘Medical tourism” often carries international connotations — Americans seeking treatment abroad, for instance, where the cost of procedures for joint implants and pacemakers overseas may be a fraction of what it is in the U.S. But the economics of domestic medical tourism are catching up.
Mountain Pointe head coach Craig Brooks belives the program is making gains by holding athletes accountable in his first season.
A judge on Wednesday ordered state officials and legislators to the bargaining table with school districts in a bid to finally end a $1.3 billion lawsuit over funding.