Despite rising college costs, fewer American families with children under age 18 are saving for college. Only 50 percent are doing so today, compared to 60 percent just two years ago, according to “How America Saves for College 2013” a national study from Sallie Mae, the country’s largest financial services company specializing in education.While…

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JOIN THE FORCES THAT TEAM UP FOR OUR COUNTRY TO REJOICE IN OUR FREEDOM,MARCH FOR THE RED, WHITE AND BLUE THAT STANDS FOR UNENDING PRIDETAKE A STAND FOR AMERICA, AND HELP KEEP THE POWER OF THE USA ALIVE.REMEMBER THAT THERE ARE SOLDIERS WHO ARE STILL FIGHTING ON OUR SIDE.TAKE PRIDE AMERICA, DO IT FOR YOUR…

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A quote that I live by is “Insanity is doing the same thing over and over and expecting a different result.” On numerous occasions I have found myself practicing insanity in business and my personal life. For example, when I was trying to get in shape I would do the same routine of barely exercising…

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June 24, 2013 FED OUTLINES END FOR STIMULUS, STOCKS SLIPLast Wednesday, Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke shared the central bank’s vision for winding down its current aggressive easing effort – the potential tapering of QE3 by late 2013, and the end of the program by mid-2014 if economic conditions permit. Wall Street reacted abruptly –…

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Do you lay awake at night wondering if you’ll have enough money to pay the bills, let alone retire? Could you pay the bills at $170 to $350 daily if you or your spouse were disabled? Do you have an extra $100,000 a year for this care?Expect the unexpected. Be prepared. Many challenges which can…

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Thursday, July 18th 5:30 pm – 7:00 pm at Ben E. Keith Beverages 2149 Cottonwood St.{{more}} Hosted by: OCS – Office Courier Service Dove Funeral Home Please RSVP by calling 325-338-7372 or 325-672-3228 Door Prizes Furnished By: Home Depot Town Crier Steakhouse KC Cleaners FSC Securities Corporation Midway Plumbing

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WASHINGTON – President Barack Obama hailed small business owners as the economy’s engine and our biggest source of new jobs. The President declared June 16-22, as National Small Business Week and stated, “America’s small businesses reflect the best of who we are as a Nation—daring and innovative, courageous and hopeful, always working hard and looking…

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This is the film everyone will be talking about this summer! The film Now You See Me is a high-level thinking suspension and action film. The movie is based on four magicians, three living in New York City and one in New Orleans. They have been brought together by a mysterious person to put on…

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The Abilene Philharmonic Association recently selected a new Executive Director after a 5 month long, arduous selection process of nearly 30 applicants from several states. Ms. Catherine Lansdowne of Bethesda, Maryland – former Director of Marketing and Communication for the National Philharmonic Orchestra and, most recently, Writer and Editor for the Central Fundraising Department of…

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