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Berlyn

Treating Winter, Holiday Blues

December is here, and with it, the holidays. There is less daylight and for many, more drinking. For students, December means finals and the end of the semester. There may be rushing around with the pressure to get just the right gifts and attend parties. Many people increase their debt. While the blues can occur […]

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Cain

Should You Sell Your Home This Winter?

Winter has officially arrived and so has the time of year when home sellers wonder whether they should keep their properties on the market or take them off. Or, if owners haven’t listed their home yet, they may be asking themselves if they should wait until spring, or brave the cold and snowy real estate […]

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Goodman

Understanding Investment Returns on Your Taxes

Sometimes, understanding the difference between your overall return for the year and your taxable gain for the year can be a bit confusing. WT Wealth Management creates portfolios with a diversified mix of assets. In addition, during the year, we may have sold some of the assets to create an asset balance that we think […]

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Karon LynnAudio

Variables Regarding Noise-Induced Hearing Loss

One of the most frequently seen hearing losses is caused by noise exposure. Noise that is damaging to the delicate system of hearing can be heard from chainsaws, guns, skill saws, heavy equipment, carpentry power tools, landscaping equipment, motorcycles and off-road vehicles. A good rule of thumb is if you need to raise your voice […]

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MarkLove

Keeping Winter Skin Healthy with Massage, Facials

With the harsh winter winds, intense UV rays and lack of humidity in the air (even with the recent snow and rain), our skin can take a beating during the winter. Summer tans and glowing skin can begin to fade into a dull, dry complexion. And the difference between neglected and cared-for skin can make […]

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Warners

Decorating Your Tree Like a Pro

One of the joys of the season for many of us is finding the perfect Christmas tree and decorating it as the centerpiece of our home. From selecting your tree, to attaching lights, to adding baubles and finally the topper, each step is vital to creating your holiday masterpiece. If you are looking to up […]

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Empowering Your Immune System During Cold and Flu season

Autumn is upon us. In this changing weather, with the prevalence of colds, flus and other infections, we look to immune supportive botanicals, supplements, as well as lifestyle and dietary tweaks to help. Even a few basic strategies can go a long way toward boosting your immune system. Sleep: Studies show that people who don’t […]

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Berlyn

Quitting is Winning

The Great American Smoke Out is Nov. 21, sponsored by the American Cancer Society. The following information is according to the American Cancer Society: “More than 34 million Americans still smoke cigarettes, and smoking remains the single largest preventable cause of death and illness in the world. Smoking causes an estimated 480,000 deaths every year, […]

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Goodman

Enjoying the Benefits of Planning

Vacations should be fun and relaxing, so it’s important to carefully plan them in advance. Nobody wants to go on a hard-earned vacation and be uncomfortable or disappointed because of not planning well. Financial planning is similar – nobody wants to fall short of financial goals simply because of a failure to plan. However, according […]

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Barney Helmick

Flagstaff Airport: New Additions

With the addition of a second airline and new routes to Dallas, Denver and Los Angeles (seasonally), the Flagstaff Airport has seen a 52% increase in passenger traffic. By year-end, more than 220,000 passengers will have traveled through the terminal. In order to keep up with the influx of passengers, we have made recent additions. […]

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