Building a Fraud-Free Family

October 5, 2015 Staff 0
By Nathaniel Sillin A generation ago, most families didn’t think about financial fraud. Today, it can come in many forms – over the phone, through the mail and increasingly, online. It’s an equal opportunity crime […]

Shamika Baker Named BSEC Managing Director

October 5, 2015 Staff 0
Shamika Baker, former director of the City of Jacksonville’s Small and Emerging Business Program, has been named Managing Director of FreshMinistries’ Beaver Street Enterprise Center. In her new role, she will manage tenant services, programs […]

September 10, 2015 Staff 0
by Lynn Jones Queens Harbor Yacht and Country Club was the setting for the Academy of Removable Prosthetic Implant and Dentistry International Dental Continuing Education Conference: “Practice and Management and Office Economics: Transitioning Your Dental […]

Oliver Named City Public Affairs Director

August 28, 2015 Staff 0
Mayor Lenny Curry recently appointed Marsha Oliver as Director of Public Affairs. Oliver currently serves as Chief of Public Relations and Marketing for the Duval County Public Schools. A Jacksonville native, Oliver graduated from Ribault […]

Why Family Feuds Erupt After the Will is Read

July 31, 2015 Staff 0
Sibling Rivalries, Grudges Will Surface When Money is at Stake The recently deceased don’t always ingratiate themselves with their survivors when it comes time to read the will. “People want to control things from the […]
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Avoiding Hidden Flight, Hotel Fees

July 28, 2015 Staff 0
By Jason Alderman The last few years have been tough economically for many people. Unemployment fears combined with plunging home, stock and retirement account values caused many to forgo big vacations – even though stressful […]
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