Thu04242014

Business

Mini manufacturing: Scented candles

While studying to become a physician assistant, Zamyra Lambert launched Arymaz Aromas. She does justice to the phrase “age is nothing but a number.”

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Invest for growth, value or both

More than half of Americans have direct investments in the stock market, and it’s probably safe to say that they would like their investments to grow.

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‘I do’ should embrace partnership on finances

Relationships and money are both complex subjects in their own right and mixing the two can sometimes lead to disaster.

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Move over Willy Wonka: Chocistry has arrived

 

As Valentine’s Day approaches, here’s an On Our Way To Wealthy column crafted to serve as a reminder of the big day and to keep the forgetful ones out of the dog house.

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Death-services pro gives R.S. Lewis and Sons a shot in the arm

 

“African-American funeral rituals and customs have always been important and necessary within the fabric of our community,” said Eddie Hayes, manager of R.S. Lewis and Sons.

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For better, for worse: communicating about retirement

A recent survey suggests that many couples are not communicating clearly about retirement goals and strategies, even as they approach retirement age.

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All is not lost to overseas manufacturing facilities

From Brother Industries to Buckman Laboratories, manufacturing is alive in Memphis, and the recent additions of Electrolux and Mitsubishi speak to the possibility of growth.

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Rising popularity of Roth IRA as retirement vehicle

Roth IRAs are quickly catching up to their older counterpart, the traditional IRA.

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Second Congregational to celebrate 143 years

Second Congregational United Church of Christ celebrates its 143rd Anniversary on Sunday (Nov. 20) with two services.

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Five things your mama never told you about money

Growing up in a large family, we were loved abundantly. However, there were certain topics we never talked about. One of those was money.

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Patterson elected National Treasurer of COGIC

Elder Charles Harrison Mason Patterson Sr. was elected COGIC’s National Treasurer by the church’s General Assembly during the 104th Holy Convocation in St. Louis.

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A mother’s desire is a boss’s beginning

For some, the business of education goes deeper than selling widgets and paper. It is the merger of passion with a business opportunity.

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Opportunities punctuate the business of education

Despite opportunities that can transcend local levels and reach national and international audiences, entrepreneurs often overlook the business of education.

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