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Financial Considerations in Divorce

So, you’ve just been served with divorce papers. What now? Following the initial shock of being served, panic and a feeling of being overwhelmed often seems to hit next. If minor children are involved, the biggest fear often revolves around custody and parenting plans. At the same time, financial concerns such as who is going […]

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Understanding the Financial Stages of Life

As we go through life, we pass milestones that mark transitions into different phases of life. Financial transitions accompany these turning points. Our goals change and our priorities shift in response to these changing life needs. While everyone’s financial journey is different, most people pass through five primary financial stages as they age. During each […]

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County Appoints Interim Manager

  The Coconino County Board of Supervisors selected Mike Townsend to assume the position of Interim County Manager, following the retirement of long-time County Manager Steve Peru.  Peru announced his retirement on October 7, after 32 years with Coconino County.  Townsend will assume the position of Interim County Manager on November 4, 2011, the date […]

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The Coconino County Board of Supervisors selected Mike Townsend to assume the position of Interim County Manager, following the retirement of long-time County Manager Steve Peru.  Peru announced his retirement on October 7, after 32 years with Coconino County.  Townsend will assume the position of Interim County Manager on November 4, 2011, the date Peru’s […]

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Is It Really Is Safe to Go Back In the Water?

Ever thought about opening your own business? Well, think again. If statistics are reliable, most businesses go out of business within their first decade (as high as 60% according to some reports). The turnover of storefronts from Hunt Avenue to Aspen during the past several years is enough to convince. Nevertheless, owning your own business […]

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Navajo Nation Considers Smoking Ban

Navajo lawmakers will reconsider a smoking ban during the upcoming session in Window Rock this week. The bill would reportedly exempt tribal casinos at least until financing debts are paid off. A spokeswoman for tribal President Ben Shelly says he does not support the exemption because the president would prefer to protect the health of […]

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Coconino County Budgeting Process Recognized

Coconino County was recently awarded the Distinguished Budget Presentation Award by the Government Finance Officers Association (GFOA) for the fiscal year 2011 budget.  The Coconino County Board of Supervisors officially presented the award to the Finance Department’s Budget Division on May 23, 2011. The award represents a significant achievement for Coconino County and reflects the […]

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