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TAX TIPS--AND IDEAS FOR NEXT YEAR

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It's finally spring — at least according to the calendar. As we move into a new season, you may adjust your lifestyle, your schedule and even your wardrobe. But no matter what the time of year, some things shouldn't change — such as your investment guidelines.

Of course, everyone's financial situation is different. Your needs, goals, tolerance for risk and time horizon are all different from those of your neighbors and co-workers. And yet, when it comes to intelligent investing, some...

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MIDWEST AMERICA FEDERAL CREDIT UNION SAYS “THANKS”

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Midwest America Federal Credit Union located on 6001 Bluffton Road, Waynedale celebrated their Member Appreciation Day on March 15th, 2002. Cake and punch were served to the members and it was their way of saying "Thanks" for being part of their family.

The branch located on Bluffton Road is a full service branch and can handle all the financial needs of its members which includes offering competitive and low rates on vehicle loans, home equities, CD's, and new accounts. Div Rajdev (right) is...

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NEW IRA RULES CAN HELP YOU AND YOUR BENEFICIARIES

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It's a good time to own an IRA. Why? Because now you can put more money in and you won't have to take as much out. Let's look at both sides of the IRA equation, beginning with ". . . put more in." You now can contribute up to $3,000 per year to either your traditional or Roth IRA. This figure will gradually rise to $5,000 in 2008, after which the ceiling will be indexed for inflation.

If you are at least 50 years old, you may be able to make catch-up contributions to your IRA. Increasing...

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MUNICIPAL BONDS OFFER AN ARRAY OF BENEFITS

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If you're looking for an investment with multiple benefits, and you happen to be civic-minded, you rnight want to consider municipal bonds. They've got a lot to offer.

Municipal bonds, or "munis," are issued in two main categories: general obligation bonds and revenue bonds. General obligation bonds finance the ongoing activities of state and local governments, while revenue bonds pay for specific projects, such as airports, hospitals and other civic institutions.

Thus, when you invest in a...

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SERVING UP A RAINBOW OF FLAVORS. FRESH. DELICIOUS. NATURALLY.

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Nestled on the southwest side of The Village of Time Corners on West Jefferson Blvd. is a locally family owned "house of fresh custard" - Clancy's. Clancy's Frozen Custard offers custard that is made fresh daily as well as a variety of food items ranging from salads to burgers; also made fresh to order, not micro-waved.

"We make our custard fresh every day," says Irishman Terry Clancy-owner, "using only top o' the line custard mixes from the state of Wisconsin. That is what sets us apart...

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JACKSON PRESENTS A POWERFUL MIX OF TAX BREAKS!

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ARE YOU...planning to send a child to college? Are you starting to become concerned about how to pay for the rising cost of tuition? Don't worry, you can learn about investing for an education by attending a FREE seminar at Bank One, 2601 Lower Huntington Road. The Free Investment Seminar is open to the public and is scheduled for Tuesday, March 26th at 6-7:30pm.

"Our seminar on March 26th will focus on two topics," states Tamyra Jackson, Senior Investment Representative, "1. The exciting...

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