Monthly Archives: February 2015

Tax-Cutting Bill Poised to Pass in Arizona House

Tax-cutting bill, HB2001 has advanced in the Arizona's House, inching closer to approval. The proposed bill would allow the state income-tax brackets to be shifted each year to account for inflation. Currently our state's tax brackets are set at an unchanging fixed amount; which with each passing year, may push some households into higher tax brackets as…
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Financially Humble Man Bequeaths Millions to his Local Library and Hospital

It's not every day someone's estate plan makes the news, but Ronald Read's bequest caught a Vermont town by surprise. As a former gas station attendant and janitor, often described as holding his coat together with safety pins, Mr. Read unexpectedly left $4.8 million to the Brattleboro Memorial Hospital, as well as $1.2 million to Brooks…
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