Waynedale Business

Up until last year, the topic of stock dividends may not have always enthralled investors. But when the new tax laws were enacted, a lot of people started thinking about dividends - and maybe you should, too.

Thanks to the tax legislation, dividends are now being taxed at a maximum rate of 15 percent (The new rate was effective Jan. 1, 2003, and expires on Dec. 31, 2008.). Previously, dividends were taxed at your individual income tax rate. As a result, companies are issuing more dividends -...

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Three Rivers Federal Credit Union President and Chief Executive Officer, James G. Mills, has announced plans to retire effective June 30, 2004. The announcement was made at the Three Rivers FCE Annual Meeting on Thursday, March 25, 2004.

In tribute to Mills' many years of service to the credit union community, many special invited guests and national credit union regulatory representatives were in attendance. Dennis Dollar, Chairman of the National Credit Union Administration (NCUA) and...

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When you are just starting out in your working life, or even when you're in the middle, you obviously don't want to make costly financial or investment mistakes. However, if you do, you'll generally have time to recover from most of them. But when you're entering retirement, or you've been retired for a while, you clearly have less margin for error. That's why you'll want to do everything you can to avoid some of the mistakes made by retirees.

 

What, exactly, are these missteps? Here are a...

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Karl Utterback, of Creative Image, spruces up the sign at 2616 Lower Huntington Road. The name of the local watering hole has been changed from Bumpers back to Hook & Ladder.

The bar was originally named Stakers Tavern. Charlie Lancaster purchased it from the Staker brothers 38 years ago. He named it the 'Hook and Ladder'. Wim Bosch purchased it in 1991 and named it 'Bumpers', but recently decided to change it back to the 'Hook and Ladder'.

In just a few days, millions of Americans will scramble to file their tax returns. And many of them will wonder if they could have done anything to lower the taxes resulting from their investments. Of course, by then it will be too late for 2003 - but there's plenty of time to make "tax-smart'' moves for 2004.

 

Are investment taxes an issue for you? If so, then you, too, will want to take action. Here are a few steps to think about:

· Boost your 401(k) contributions-If you're under 50, you...

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Brooklyn Medical Associates broke ground for their new Medical Office building at the corner of Brooklyn and Nuttman Avenues on Thursday, March 25th, 2004. The new 29,000 square foot building will replace the current Physicians Plaza on Brooklyn Avenue, built in 1956 as one of the city's first "suburban" medical buildings. Dr. Herbert Acker (pictured above), one of the founders of Brooklyn Medical Associates, was involved in the development of this new building and the continued commitment to...

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