CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ Melinda Kibler has a message for the 77% of Americans who identify as religious: Their faith deserves a seat at the estate planning table.
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Tax season can increase stress and confusion for even the most conscientious taxpayers.
Texas Game Wardens are currently accepting applications for summer internships across the state. The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department encourages college students of all backgrounds and fields of study to apply for these 12 available openings.
Daniel Research Group, a market research firm specializing in economic and market forecasting announces the availability of its free updated United States Business Economic Demographic Forecast Report.
The American Transportation Research Institute released its annual list highlighting the most congested bottlenecks for trucks in America, and 14 Texas locations made the top 100, including 10 in the Houston metropolitan area.
During National Invasive Species Awareness Week (NISAW), Feb. 28 – March 4 this year, the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department (TPWD) asks Texans to help slow the spread of invasive species affecting our state’s natural resources and economy. The Office of the Governor has recognized NISAW with an official proclamation.
Diseases affecting the brain compromise the function of not just nerve cells, but also that of their support staff, the glial cells. In a new study, neuroscientists at Houston Methodist have designed neural organoids, also known as “miniature brains,” to contain both mature neurons and astrocytic glial cells in relative proportions similar to that in the human brain.
The Omicron variant continues to ravage the US. As it does, a new survey reveals that nearly half of businesses whose workplace plans were upended by the latest COVID-19 waves have not communicated plans for returning to the physical workplace.
Form W-2, Wage and Tax Statement, is a vital resource for determining 2021 taxes and future social security benefits. To avoid burdensome tax penalties and to maximize your tax refund, it is important to review the form carefully.
After enduring the 2015 Memorial Day flood, the 2016 Tax Day flood, Hurricane Harvey in 2017 and other catastrophic storms in recent years, Harris County residents know all too well the unpredictability of the weather here. Sun can turn to drenching rain, and storms can linger indefinitely, bringing a year’s worth of rain in a few days.
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