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What To Do If Identity Theft Happens To You

Identity Theft Prevention

At the time of identity theft, most victims are burdened with resolving the problem. It’s important to act quickly to minimize the damage. When dealing with the authorities and financial institutions, it is important to keep a log of all conversations, including dates, names and phone numbers. Note time spent and any expenses incurred, confirm conversations in writing, send correspondence ... Read More »

Mississippi-Alabama Rural Tourism Conference Oct. 20-22 in Greenwood

  Innovative attraction ideas, knowledgeable speakers and a behind-the-scenes tour of DreamWorks Studios’ The Help are just a few highlights of the upcoming 2014 Mississippi-Alabama Rural Tourism Conference Oct. 20-22 in Greenwood, Mississippi. A pre-conference driving tour featuring film sites and popular hangouts for the film’s stars will offer insight to Mississippi native Kathryn Stockett’s bestselling novel-turned-film. During the conference’s ... Read More »

Use Fertilizers Low in Phosphorous for Fall-Planted Bulbs

Somehow, years ago, gardeners became convinced fertilizers high in phosphorus, especially bone meal and superphosphate, must be used on fall-planted bulbs such as tulips, daffodils, hyacinths and lilies. “Perhaps this idea arose because phosphorous is essential in the transfer of energy from the leaves to the bulb where it is stored,” said Dr. Charles Mitchell, an agronomist with the Alabama ... Read More »

Pumpkins Add Flavor, Decoration to Fall

 It wouldn’t feel like fall without the arrival of those plump orange pumpkins growing among rambling vines on farms and in gardens across Alabama. Pumpkins, a type of squash, are in the cucumber/gourd family. Most pumpkins are native to the United States and were eaten by Native Americans long before Europeans arrived on the scene. For years, Americans have enjoyed ... Read More »

Top 10 Ways to Prepare for Retirement

Fewer than half of Americans have calculated how much they need to save for retirement. In 2012, 30 percent of private industry workers with access to a defined contribution plan (such as a 401(k) plan) did not participate. The average American spends 20 years in retirement. “Financial security in retirement doesn’t just happen. It takes planning and commitment and, yes, ... Read More »

2014 ACLN Conference is Oct. 7-8 in Auburn

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The Alabama Community Leadership Network (ACLN) will host its 2014 conference Oct. 7-8 at the Hotel at Auburn University and Dixon Conference Center. This year’s theme is “Leaders Get in the Game.” Keynote speakers for the conference are: Mark Eaton who is a retired Utah Jazz player and NBA All-Star. He will explain his method of employing principles and coaching ... Read More »