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  • O.C. financial consultant to stand trial in Santa Monica killing

     
    An Orange County financial consultant has been ordered to stand trial in connection with the 2008 slaying of a Santa Monica artist. Daniel Edward Becerril II of Huntington Beach was arrested last March on suspicion of murder, grand theft, forgery......
  • Northampton accountant, Lehigh University, Easton car salesman sanctioned by state boards

     
    Here are the latest disciplinary actions announced by Pennsylvania's licensing boards against professionals who live and work in the Lehigh Valley area. The information is taken verbatim from the PA Department of State's website, where you can find all...
  • George Zimmerman: WKMG adds forensic consultant

     
    Two Friday reports by WKMG-Channel 6's Tony Pipitone will introduce a forensic consultant who will be a regular during the CBS affiliate's coverage of the George Zimmerman trial.   Michael Knox has written “Intermediate Range: The Forensic...
  • Obamacare means higher taxes for some in 2013

    Obamacare means higher taxes for some in 2013
    Starting in January, Obamacare may force some South Floridians to pay more in federal income taxes -- and it's not just the wealthy. The frugal and the ill could end up having to shell out more taxes in 2013 because medical income tax deductions are...
  • Richard Paul Sullivan, chairman and CEO of Easco Corp.

    Richard Paul Sullivan, chairman and CEO of Easco Corp.
    Richard Paul Sullivan, a former chairman and CEO of Easco Corp. who had been active in Republican state politics and civic affairs, died Sunday of cancer at his Owings Mills home. The longtime Guilford resident was 79. Mr. Sullivan, whose father was...
  • Architecture firm to grow headquarters in Indianapolis

    Architecture firm to grow headquarters in Indianapolis
    Guidon Design, Inc., an architecture and engineering firm, announced plans Thursday to expand its headquarters here, creating up to 27 high-wage jobs by 2016. The Indianapolis-headquartered company, which services customers in the healthcare, government,...
  • State says clients couldn't count on this accountant

    Like many small business owners, Roger Marth is on the go most days. He doesn't have time to handle his taxes and money matters, and would rather leave that to the experts who crunch numbers for a living. That requires finding a trusted financial...
  • Stalemate in Congress makes tax planning nearly impossible

    Here we are less than six months away from the "fiscal cliff" and Congress shows little sign of pulling the country back from the brink. The fiscal cliff is the result of the Bush-era tax cuts expiring at year's end combined with $1.2 trillion in...
  • Field has mulled selling artifacts

    Field has mulled selling artifacts
    When the Field Museum sold more than 30 works of 19th-century Western art for millions of dollars in 2004, it eased controversy by announcing plans to spend the proceeds on new artifacts and by holding on to four of the best paintings from the collection....
  • Government, unions offer advice, answers on furloughs

    As thousands of federal workers prepare to be furloughed, many are concerned about how to deal with a pay cut. Keith Everett, a chief steward with the American Federation of Government Employees, said his union held two meetings in recent weeks at...
  • Kids who start businesses learn the value of money along the way

    Kids who start businesses learn the value of money along the way
    From hot-chocolate stands to dog walking to helping people with computers, kids can start their own businesses — and learn about the value of money along the way. On a chilly day last November, 5-year-old Sylvia Fordham caught the business bug....