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  • Atlanta Fashion designer and “Project Runway” star Mychael Knight died on Tuesday in a hospital outside of Atlanta. The official cause of death for Knight has not been released. “We are still processing the untimely death of our son, brother, friend, and uncle. Mychael meant everything to us and we loved him dearly. He was...

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  • The Morehouse College Board of Trustees voted Sunday to name Dr. David A. Thomas as the 12thPresident of Morehouse College, ushering in a new era of leadership for the 150-year-old historically black institution. Dr. Thomas is the H. Naylor Fitzhugh Professor of Business Administration at Harvard Business School and the former Dean of Georgetown University’s McDonough...

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  • The Affordable Care Act is still U.S. law. On May 4, 2017, House Republicans passed a bill to repeal and replace the ACA, called the American Health Care Act. That bill will become law only if the Senate also approves it. Unless and until that happens, the Affordable Care Act is the law of the...

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Atlanta Tribune: The Magazine
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  • Paul Bryant has joined H.J. Russell & Company as director of External Affairs — heading up business development support for existing and potential clients, providing a consistent voice for the company that enhances and protects the Russell brand, and representing the company on behalf of the leadership team and employees at community events. Prior to...

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  • Grady Hospital’s Women’s and Infants’ Center will undergo a $20 million renovation and expansion, thanks in part to funding from a New Markets Tax Credit allocation received through Atlanta Emerging Markets Inc. AEMI is a certified Community Development Entity created by Invest Atlanta in 2006, that specializes in providing gap financing for large-scale, high-impact projects in...

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  • By Jacqueline Holness When *Malena Harold had a myomectomy last year, waking up from the surgery paralyzed was supposed to be the rarest of side effects from the fibroids removal surgery. “I had been in one position for too long and had nerve damage.” Following that negative experience, Harold began having trouble with another OB/GYN....

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  • By Caleb Saffo  When I was first invited to try out Amicalola State Park & Lodge’s zipline canopy tour in Dawsonville, Ga., I can freely admit: I had reservations. After all, there are several words that one could use to describe me, but adventurous is not one of them — at least, I’m not adventurous...

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  • By Santura Pegram “How do you think the State of Georgia has become so economically-ahead-of-the-curve these days?” At some point, all of us should take time to reflect back over the course of our life and that of others…personal and professional-wise…to evaluate practices which have proven to work best vs. those that have not. After...

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  • By Katrice L. Mines, Senior Editor kmines@atlantatribune.com If ever there was a time to be in a solid relationship with your health care provider, that time is now. So much is in flux with the U.S. health care system, politically, and insurance companies, as well as coverages, that it’s hard to know which end is...

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  • The U.S. Small Business Administration has launched Lender Match, an online referral tool connecting small business borrowers with participating SBA lenders. An upgrade to LINC (Leveraging Information and Networks to access Capital), Lender Match brings together entrepreneurs and SBA lenders to help increase access to capital. It is an advancement from LINC in its function, design...

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  • By Steve Julal If you filed for an extension of time to file your 2016 federal tax return and you also chose to have advance payments of the premium tax credit made to your coverage provider, it’s important you file your return sooner rather than later. Here are four things you should know: 1. If...

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  • By Andrés T. Tapia We all saw how it worked: he called Mexicans rapists, he called for a Muslim registry, he called for a wall to be built on the U.S. – Mexico border and deportations by the millions, he demonstrated all forms of ways of degrading women. And a certain crowd ate it up....

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  • Mayor Reed recognized the inaugural graduating class of the Women’s Entrepreneurship Initiative on September 20. WEI is the only city-funded initiative of its kind in the nation. Over the course of 15 months, WEI women entrepreneurs had the opportunity to grow their businesses through access to educational resources, funding assistance and mentorship. The graduation, commemorated...

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  • By Steve Julal More than half of Millennials and Gen Xers have already or are planning to, withdraw money from their retirement plans to cover unexpected expenses such as medical bills, educational expenses, or buying a house, according to a recent PwC Employee Financial Wellness Survey (April 2017). Most notably, the survey also found that...

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  • By Steve Julal Of all the retirement plans available to small business owners, the SIMPLE IRA plan (Savings Incentive Match PLan for Employees) is the easiest to set up and the least expensive to manage. The catch is that you’ll need to set it up by October 1st. Here’s what you need to know. What...

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  • When asked by a fan on Twitter when Ava DuVernay would be wearing the director’s hat again for the hit series “Queen Sugar” the screenwriter revealed that she will not be directing episodes of the OWN series “for a while” in an attempt to make space for other women who wish to step into the...

Atlanta Tribune: The Magazine
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Atlanta Tribune: The Magazine
Atlanta Tribune: The Magazine
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  • By Steve Julal Some tax rules affect everyone who files a federal income tax return. With that in mind, here are seven facts about dependents and exemptions that taxpayers should know about. Exemptions lower your income. There are two types of exemptions: personal exemptions and exemptions for dependents. You can usually deduct $4,050 for each...

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  • By Donnell Suggs Diversity plays a huge part in where one goes to college. In many cases, a choice of institution plays a large part in where and what one does for a living. A city as diverse as Atlanta can offer much in the way of a unique and multicultural college experience, that said,...

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  • Clark Atlanta University’s Men’s Basketball coach Darrell Walker will host the 2nd Annual Darrell Walker Art and Basketball Auction on Tuesday, September 12 to raise funds to offset the cost of summer school for student-athletes. “Coach Walker raises money for us to graduate on time, so I repay him by working hard in my classes,”...

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  • By Leah S. McDaniel Diversity is no longer a corporate buzzword. In the dramatically evolving culture of the United States today, the standard definition of “diversity” in reference to individuals is rarely enough, forcing society and the entities within it to go beyond what has, in the not-so-distant past, been considered a “norm.” And so...

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  • By Steve Julal While The IRS, state tax agencies and numerous people in the tax and accounting industry are working together to warn tax professionals and their clients about phishing scams, they are still all too common. Here’s what you need to know about the two most recent scams: fake charities that take advantage of...

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  • By ADW Staff Tracy Hutchinson has been appointed director of the Sanitation Division. Hutchinson is the first female director to lead Sanitation, the largest division within the county’s Public Works Department. Hutchinson joined the Sanitation Division in 2004 as assistant director of Processing and Disposal Services. Since September 2016, Hutchinson has served as interim director,...

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