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WALBURN ANNOUNCES OPENING OF NEW OFFICE

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Joseph W. Walburn, Certified Public Accountant, announces the opening of his firm, Walburn Financial Management, Inc. in Constitution Hill Office Park, 6349 Constitution Drive, Fort Wayne.

Joseph was born and raised in Fort Wayne and is a graduate of South Side High School and Indiana University School of Business. Joe worked four years for a respected, local C.P.A. firm before starting his own.

A traditional accounting and auditing firm, Walburn Financial Management, Inc. provides clients...

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NEW HOUSING PARTNERSHIP FORMED

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Plans have been finalized for a NEW HOUSING PARTNERSHIP with Community Connections a Division of Pathways of Huntington, Indiana a non-profit CHOTA joining Ideal Suburban Homes, Inc. a development company from Decatur, with Wells Fargo Bank, Rural Development of the USDA and the Indiana Finance Authority and Ideal Realty to bring affordable homes to the surrounding areas. Through the partnership Community Connections recognizing the great need for start-up housing in rural communities will...

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BONNIE'S BUNS IN GOOD HANDS

Details New Owners of The Waynedale Bakery (l to r) Christine Miller, Hal and Fran Clinger learning baking secrets from Bonnie Harris.

Bonnie Harris of the Waynedale Bakery recently announced that she has sold her business to the Clinger family. Bonnie, who purchased the Waynedale business four years ago says she will be taking some "Bonnie Time". She plans to do a bit of traveling and work on the landscaping around her new home. Bonnie and her husband, Bob, made many improvements to the bakery over the last years, including adding a lunch counter for those interested in a wholesome, delicious lunch in a short amount of...

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FINANCIAL TIPS FOR "SNOWBIRDS”

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Now that holidays are over, the lucky ones among us will soon be headed to their winter homes. If you're one of these "snowbirds," consider yourself fortunate. But before you go, you need to take care of a few things, apart from packing your golf clubs and sunscreen. Specifically, you'll want to ensure that your financial situation is in good shape while you're gone.

Here are a few tips for helping you do just that:

• Open a checking account. Trying to pay for something with an out-of-town...

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2002 MARKS THE FIRST TIME WOMEN WILL HOLD TOP TWO POSITIONS

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Allen County Commissioner Linda K. Bloom began a yearlong term as President of the Board of Commissioners on Wednesday, Jan. 9, 2002. Bloom is the only woman ever to hold the position, having also served as President during 1998. Commissioner Ed Rousseau led the Board during 2001. As President, Bloom will lead the board in its weekly legislative sessions and serve as its spokeswoman.

Commissioner Marla Irving will serve as Vice President and Commissioner Rousseau will serve as secretary....

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TWO COLLEGE SAVINGS OPTIONS COVERDELL 529 PLANS

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If you have children who will be attending college in a few years, you recently got a nice pre-enrollment gift from the government. Specifically, the Tax Relief Act of 2001 enhanced the Coverdell Savings Plan (formerly the Education IRA) and Section 529 plans, giving you more attractive options for college funding.

 

Let's take a look at how these plans compare in some key areas:

• Tax advantages - Your contributions to a Coverdell Savings Plan are not tax-deductible, but all earnings and...

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