The Jenks Chamber of Commerce’s Inaugural Banquet will be held Thursday, Jan. 20, 2011 at 6:30 p.m. at the Oklahoma Aquarium.
Credit Counseling Centers of Oklahoma () announces 2011 Board of Directors and Board Officers. Floyd Schulte, Public Service Company of Oklahoma, was elected to serve as Board of Directors Chairman. Schulte has been an active member of the Board for the last five years.
According to the , 60 percent of Americans seek the advice of a tax preparer or utilize tax software when filing their taxes. If you decide to pay someone to help you prepare your tax return, it is important to choose that preparer carefully.
Tips will help reduce debt, build savings and plan for the future
Need Medicare Part B? If you’re eligible, now is the time to sign up. The general enrollment period for Medicare Part B runs from January 1 through March 31. Before you make a decision about general enrollment, let us fill you in on some general information.
Winter weather can take a toll on your vehicle, so being prepared will help you save money in the long run. Preparing your car before the temperature drops could save you from having car trouble and being stranded on the side of the road without essentials.
Woodland Hills Mall has become one of the most unique shopping destinations in the area. Unique stores have been established beside one another over the years and continue to be noticed by shoppers. Not only providing products, Woodland Hills Mall also gives back to the community.
Holiday drivers this year will be greeted with the highest retail gasoline prices in more than 26 months, according to .
As many as 667 jobs could be created at facilities throughout Oklahoma in the next 10 years
While unemployment continued to plague much of the country, state certified public accountants say Oklahoma is moving in the right direction.
Jon Lomax has been named director of U.S. Cellular’s Tulsa Customer Care Center. His responsibilities include managing the day-to-day operations of the center, which employs approximately 500 associates.
Each year on January 1, millions of us make resolutions to change our lives in the coming year. Losing a few pounds and quitting smoking are some of the most common New Year’s resolutions. This year, how about making a pledge to improve your finances?
As the holiday shopping season winds down, First Fidelity Bank recommends shoppers invest in their loved ones’ futures by purchasing financial gifts. Gifts such as a college savings plan can help young ones plan for their future, while purchasing savings bonds can also help to build future wealth.
Osage Nation’s office of Temporary Assistance for Needy Families () and Osage Million Dollar Elm casino are partnering to brighten the holidays for less fortunate children in Osage County.
Sam Combs, left, a First Fidelity Bank board member, Bill Goodwin, First Fidelity Bank’s human resources director, and Buddy Neal celebrate at First Fidelity Bank’s Holiday Open House Dec. 9 at the bank’s Midtown location, 30 W. 21st St. This year is the 90th anniversary of First Fidelity Bank, a fifth-generation managed bank.