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Roth investing could curb future tax exposure

Do you have, or are you considering using a traditional or Roth Individual Retirement Account or 401(k) to help fund your retirement? Do you ever wonder which is best or makes the right sense for you? Is it better to go with the Roth concept and make...

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Bank of America building sells for $47.7 million

The Bank of America Financial Center—the tallest building in Spokane—has sold...

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Rooted in Spokane area, Wheatland Bank expects to grow

With several Inland Northwest banks in the area becoming acquisition targets in recent years...

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Banking in a gig economy

With technology enabling people to complete their work from just about anywhere...

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Recruiting tax expertise to help with health plans

Robert Welk, licensed insurance broker and owner of Mead-based Welk Security & Trust...

Hart Capital moves Spokane office to larger space

Independent financial advisory firm Hart Capital Management Inc. has moved to recently upgraded office space with onsite parking on the third floor of the RLH Building, on the periphery of downtown Spokane, at 201 W. North River Drive....

Most investors don’t know what they pay for funds

If you were asked to make a purchase for a friend, one of the first questions they would undoubtedly pose upon delivery is, “How much did you pay for it?” This is a reasonable question given that most consumers want to ensure they’re getting...

Bear market might not be finished with its hibernation

We’re dealing with a number of issues, including computer generated algorithms, bearish rhetoric, political discourse, and of course trade issues—primarily with China....

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STCU to replace branch in North Idaho

Spokane Teachers Credit Union, of Liberty Lake, plans to build a new branch building in Ponderay, Idaho, and move operations from an existing branch there. The new, 4,100-square-foot building will be located at 477123 U.S. Highway 95...

Finance experts: Economic growth to slow in 2019

Financial experts here say 2018 has been a good year for the Spokane area, but 2019 is unlikely to bring the same rate of growth. Steve Scranton, chief investment officer and economist for Spokane-based Washington Trust Bank, characterizes 2018 ...

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