Politicians, Community Leaders and Business Leaders: What Should You Do and When? Updated on 3/12/2020. Now reflects an update on containment vs. mitigation strategies. Translations at the bottom. This article has received 7 million views in the last 24h. With everything that’s happening about the Coronavirus, it might be very hard to make a decision…

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A new study looks at what keeps older adults from getting sufficient fluids to avoid negative health outcomes. New research stresses the importance of staying hydrated as we get older. Staying hydrated seems simple enough. Yet studies have shown that somewhere between about one-third and one-half of older adults may be dehydrated, increasing their risk of health…

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Our October 2019 Newsletter includes an in house article on the Importance of Estate Planning, highlights from Bra Country Fest and the Making Strides Against Breast Cancer of New Orleans run/walk. You will see photos from the Ricks family during this LSU football tailgate season and photos from our training events.  Don’t miss getting to…

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by: Jude Heath CPA 6 tax savings ideas to consider before year’s end 1. Pay your 2018 property taxes early If your state and local taxes will be greater than $10,000, pay the excess by December 31st, leaving $10,000 to deduct in 2018. 2. Make an extra mortgage payment Make your January mortgage payment in…

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The Ricks Report October 30, 2017 Numbers of $ignificance  START SAVING NOW – A child born in 2017 that begins kindergarten in the fall of 2022 would attend college between the years of 2035 and 2039. If that child attended an average public in-state 4-year college and if the annual price increases for public colleges…

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The largest single Powerball winner was on TV today, and Gregory explains how this is a bad sign that she’s getting off to a bad start. What SHOULD you do if you win the lottery (or otherwise come into a big pile of money)?

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