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Tax planners expecting final tweaks after election

Some tax preparers here say they’re expecting a compressed tax season as Congress likely won’t consider renewing expired tax breaks until after the Nov. 4 midterm election....

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Focusing on hungry kids

Every Thursday, a volunteer from the Spokane office of Seattle-based accounting firm Moss Adams LLP ...

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Operation Healthy Family expands services

Spokane faith-based nonprofit Operation Healthy Family is offering a unique blend of programs to try...

Percentage of businesses e-filing tax returns grows

Business tax return e-filing rose nearly 10 percent this year, continuing the growth that has seen t...

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Women veteran in Spokane seeking aid for depression, PTSD

In 2008, when Cindy Jayne, 52, retired after serving 22 years in the U.S. Naval Reserve, she was ang...

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Bloom’s birth resource

Bloom Spokane, the Spokane and Coeur d’Alene area nonprofit chapter of BirthNetwork National, has released its first Hospital Maternity Guide that shows childbirth options offered by area hospitals, says Bloom founder Tine Reese and Birth Options progra...

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Environmental law pioneer moves toward sunset of career

At the age of 86, longtime Coeur d’Alene attorney Scott Reed finally decided earlier this year to retire, although he admits he’s not very good at it yet. Though he’s not taking new cases, the sole practitioner known even by friends as an environme...

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Business and divorce in Washington state

Most couples don’t enter into a marriage or a business anticipating that either may be torn apart by divorce. But with about 50 percent of marriages in the United States ending in divorce, that possibility exists, notes David Crouse, a Spokane divo...

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Founded in Spokane, veterans estate planning clinic expands

The Washington Veterans Will Clinic, happening in October, has grown to include more cities around the state in this, its third, year. The first clinic took place in October 2012 in Spokane. Last year, a clinic was held in Wenatchee, Wash. as well as Sp...

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Kutak Rock LLP looks to expand quickly in Spokane

Having joined large national law firm Kutak Rock LLP and begun the process of winding down their 9-year-old practice, veteran Spokane bond attorneys Roy Koegen and Mary Edwards have their sights set on building a large branch with a broader range of legal...

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