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Updating Your Member Directory Profile

Written by Ron Salzano. Posted in Topics From the Chamber

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chamber logoLogging in to the Chamber's website allows you to edit your profile that will appear in the Member Directory.

We encourage you to take a look at your public profile to edit items such as the Business Description and add a business logo to your page.  The website is set up so that you as a member are in charge of updating your own website.  You can also choose not to display information about your business in the online directory.

 

April 2016 Update Save Green with Sustainable Tax Breaks & The Tax Impact of Debt Relief

Written by Jack Lieberman. Posted in What Our Members Have to Say

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Go, Save Green with Sustainable Tax Breaks

Many people want to do something, however small, to contribute to a healthier environment. There are many ways to do so and, for some of them, you can even save a few tax dollars for your efforts.

Indeed, with the passage of the Protecting Americans from Tax Hikes Act of 2015 (the PATH Act) late last year, a couple of specific ways to go green and claim a tax break have been made permanent or extended. Let’s take a closer look at each.

Functional Foods and Food Trends

Written by James Masterson. Posted in What Our Members Have to Say

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The Two Nutrients Most Of My Clients Are Missing + What To Do About It: A Nutritionist Explains

Written by Laura L. Rokosz. Posted in What Our Members Have to Say

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egglrock logoWhile there are many nutrients critical for our health, calcium and vitamin D are the two that I find my clients struggle most to get enough of.

In the process of removing dairy or animal foods from their diets — either because of a food intolerance or personal preferences — they end up depriving themselves. In most cases, I find it's simply because they are unaware of the many alternate dietary sources.

As a result, it seems as though every one of my clients is deficient in vitamin D, and the majority have below average bone mineral density.

While it's widely known that calcium and vitamin D are critical for buildinghealthy bones, they also do so much more to maintain health. As a food scientist and nutritionist, here's what I tell my clients about these crucial nutrients:

Why Are The Biggest Losers Gaining So Much Weight?

Written by Laura L. Rokosz. Posted in What Our Members Have to Say

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Basal Metabolic Rate

Why Are The Biggest Losers Gaining So Much Weight?: A Nutritionist Explains

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Laura L. Rokosz, PhD

10 Tips for Maximizing Microsoft Office

Written by Cecil Cates. Posted in What Our Members Have to Say

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 10 Tips for Maximizing Your Use of
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Why your health insurance company may ask for your Social Security Number

Written by Jack Lieberman. Posted in What Our Members Have to Say

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liebermanNovember 2015 Update - Why Your Health Insurance Company May Ask for Your Social Security Number & How Working Impacts Social Security Benefits

Why your health insurance company may ask for your Social Security Number

Your health insurance company may request that you provide the Social Security Numbers (SSNs) for you, your spouse, and your children covered by your policy. This is because the Affordable Care Act requires every provider of minimum essential coverage to report that coverage by filing an information return with the IRS and furnishing a statement to covered individuals. The information is used by the IRS to administer — and by individuals to show compliance with — the health care law.

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