Lenders in Spokane say several economic factors have made it increasingly more expensive for borrowers when trying to obtain a loan, including high inflation, high interest rates, and an erosion of COVID-era stimulus funds that allowed many to save, pay off loans, and invest.
Inherited-beneficiary individual retirement accounts are typically an emotional topic. Generally, they represent diligent savings from a loved one who has passed away, and you have now inherited an IRA or 401(k) from them since you were named the beneficiary on the account.
As artificial intelligence technology continues to evolve, it’s expected to improve efficiency for financial advisers, allowing them more time to build relationships with their clients, some advisers here say.
Dr. Trace Julsen wears several different hats in the Inland Northwest's health care field.
Most recently, the Eagle River, Alaska native was named division chief of primary care for Providence Medical Group.
With renovations on 2,000 square feet of space at Spokane-based Maddie's Place completed last month, the nonprofit neonatal transitional care facility in the South Perry District now is considering an expansion, says Shaun Cross, CEO and president of
Kinwell Medical Group, a physician-owned practice that took over three clinics in Spokane last fall and treats Premera Blue Cross clients exclusively, is focused on staffing up the clinics, says Dr. Sarah Crow, regional medical director for Eastern
An increase in demand for breast imaging examinations is expected in the new year due to a new Washington state law that will eliminate out-of-pocket expenses for patients who require medically necessary exams.
Breast screening and imaging is a
Commonly called 'probate,â€ the laws that dictate the handling of a person's assets after their death usually depend on the state in which they reside. However, when it comes to real property, the laws regarding its administration are determined by