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Tax Planning with Sabrina Cook, CPA

Taxes for your business aren’t due…yet. This month’s Entrepreneur Exchange gets you in tax planning mode as Sabrina Cook, CPA joins hosts Jeff Neuville and Gary Muller to talk about what you can be doing now to prepare for the 2023 tax season, as well as changes in tax law which may have an impact on…

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Accessibility Features

The computing devices we carry in our pockets (or use on our laps) have developed to do some amazing things. However, the default opportunities provided by those devices may not be usable by all without some settings adjustments. Enhanced feature options are available on iOS and MacOS for those with hearing, vision, and touch impairments,…

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Wet February

Dry January is over and Wet February is here! In this episode… Chad and Hank dive into how Dry January shaped up for them, a rare Tommy the Tornado sighting in Hickory, superpowers revisited, and Super Bowl predictions! Plus! Has Chad been trying to assert dominance over Hank during past Big Fan episodes? All this…

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King of the Hill Returns, Save the Pig, and Super Bowl Predictions!

Today’s show is Bass Ackwards and hotter than a smoked pig at a Texas BBQ. What did we think of the NFL division championship games? Who’s pulling for the Eagles in the Super Bowl, and who’s making the correct decision and cheering for the Chiefs? In Small Town News, there was a couple who won…

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Running the Rocky Steps, Capone’s Shipwrecked Speakeasy, & Closing Machu Picchu

Kathleen opens the show drinking a Stacy’s Mom Citrus IPA from Philly’s Evil Genius Beer Company. She reviews her sold-out weekend in Philly at Parx Casino, drinking green beer at McGillin’s Olde Ale House and tailgating with random Eagles fans before her friend Anita Baker sang the national anthem at the NFC Championship. QUEEN NEWS:…

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My Dad Has BBE

Join Meredith and Dad as they discuss the first week of dates on Zach’s season of the Bachelor. They dive into bad bitch energy, Christina’s family bbq date, and Brianna’s downward spiral. They also take through the second group date that got cut from the episode. If you have any questions for Meredith or Dad…

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Episode 63: Top 20 Writing Tips Part 2: Getting Your Words Down

Welcome to Part 2 of our four-part series where I share the top 20 tips my team and I feel best support anyone on their writing journey. In this episode, I share the next five tips focused on getting words down or drafting your book. Here is a brief overview: Word vomit, without judgment. Talk…

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Dr. Matt Kirkland, New Directions Chiropractic

If you, like Fran, have never been to a chiropractor and don’t really understand the impact a misaligned spine can have on your overall health, then this podcast is for you! If you, like Amy, have found great relief through chiropractic care and want to learn more about why the adjustments are so helpful, then this podcast…

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Normal vs Abnormal Aging-Related Memory Changes with Dr. Mia Yang

Are slower thinking and processing time, misplacing keys, trying to remember what was needed in the room just entered, or forgetting familiar names and places, normal parts of aging, or do they point to abnormal changes in memory and cognition? This podcast discusses what is normal versus abnormal aging-related memory changes in older adults, the assessment…

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Artificial Intelligence (AI)…Opportunities & Concerns

Although Artificial Intelligence (AI) has been a part of our lives for quite some time…some of its capabilities have been front and center over the past few weeks as open-source AI engines are “showing off” what they can do. Should we be fascinated…or frightened? Inspired or intimidated? Excited for the future, or worried about our own existence? Well,…

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