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Better Business Bureau, IRS urge consumers to select tax preparers carefully (New Orleans Times-Picayune)

With Mardi Gras over, many Louisiana residents are now turning their attention to tax season, and the Better Business Bureau of New Orleans and the Internal Revenue Service are urging consumers to select their tax preparers wisely. Most preparers… See more here: Better Business Bureau, IRS urge consumers to select tax preparers carefully (New Orleans Times-Picayune)
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Business After Hours starts 2010 at unusual locale (Rochester Democrat and Chronicle)

The Rochester Business Alliance kicked off its 2010 Business After Hours schedule for 2010. Link: Business After Hours starts 2010 at unusual locale (Rochester Democrat and Chronicle)
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Business people/ Hires, promotions and honors (The Buffalo News)

Five Star Bank promoted Barbara L. Henderson to vice president. Henderson joined the bank in 1979 in the Consumer Loan Department, before her promotion to supervisor of the consumer loan clerks. She also served as a commercial loan underwriter and a small business loan officer prior to her current position, SBA administrator, which she began in 2000. Follow this link: Business people/ Hires, promotions...
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Property loans poised to fail (The Tennessean)

The Gateway at Aldridge in Murfreesboro looks like any other new apartment complex. It has a workout room, free Wi-Fi and cozy fireplaces. Originally posted here: Property loans poised to fail (The Tennessean)
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Business leader: Get involved or state problems will get worse (The Journal News)

WHITE PLAINS — With the state in a fiscal mess, taxpayers and business owners must engage lawmakers because special interests and unions already have their ear, the director of a small-business group said Thursday. Read the original post: Business leader: Get involved or state problems will get worse (The Journal News)
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Faces of the Recession: Teacher starts own business to fill gaps left by layoffs (Greeley Tribune)

Losing a job once was enough. But twice? Economic realities burned a hole in many jobs out there. For Randy “Mr. G” Graubard, two job losses in less than six months pushed him to take a chance to start his own business doing what he loves – working with kids. He has owned and operated School to Career Specialties since late last year, a business in which he’s taking his expertise...
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