Taxes, Marketing and Stress: See what this month's Chamber Business Journal has to offer!
The October issue of your Chamber Business Journal is here! Check out this phenomenal first issue from some of our region’s most brilliant minds and leaders.
In case you missed it, here are just a few pieces to check out.
Read why voting is key to dealing with taxes!
Many people believe that simply going with the minimums for insurance is all that they need. After all, if a driver has those minimums, they’re legally covered, right? True, technically, but there are so many other things that can happen that can make those minimums be far below what you need. Take a close look and make sure that you really are covered, how you need to be.
Adrenaline and cortisol are two hormones manufactured by the adrenal glands. Constant stress and poor nutrition can weaken the adrenal glands. Read what you can do to watch your stress levels and fight adrenal fatigue!
Real Estate and financial experts are starting to make their 2023 home price forecasts. As they do, most agree homes will continue to gain value, just at a slower pace. Read about what is to come in real estate next year!
In 2017 the Texas Legislature passed HB 22 establishing the accountability system to evaluate the academic performance of public schools. The system requires TEA to calculate and assign accountability ratings based on three domains that measure the academic performance of districts. Read about this system and its status in our community.
Small business owners have to be creative and resourceful when it comes to marketing their businesses. Often, they don't have the budget to compete with larger companies, so they need to find alternative ways to reach their target market. Read about some effective and affordable marketing tips that small business owners can use to get the most out of their marketing dollars!
One of the rewards for working over several decades is the ability to contribute to tax-advantaged retirement accounts, which can help provide needed income for you when you do retire. As the years went by, you may well have accumulated several retirement accounts, such as IRAs and 401(k)s or similar employer-sponsored plans. But you might find it advantageous to consolidate these accounts with a single provider.