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Is your revocable living trust income-tax friendly?

Many people, once they have executed their revocable living trust, put it in a drawer and never revisit it. However, circumstances change over time that may warrant a review of the revocable living trust and changes made to it.

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While seasonal retail employment increases, agriculture seeing reduction in workforce

 

Retailers are among the biggest seasonal employers.

By JENNIFER BONNETT
Business Journal Writer

’Tis the season for seasonal job postings.

Whether it’s harvest season or winter holidays, there are hundreds if not thousands of temporary positions seeking temporary employees.

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San Joaquin County Board of Supervisors, Lodi City Council to hold joint session on homelessness

The San Joaquin County Board of Supervisors and the Lodi City Council will hold a joint study session on homelessness on Oct. 17.

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Center for Business and Policy Research publishes economic forecast

Unemployment will dip as the labor force grows, construction will increase and California’s population growth will remain below 1 percent, according to a recent economic forecast.

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Wing Zone owner awards kids for excellence in school

 

Kristie Ehlers, owner of Wing Zone in Stockton, displays the Award of Excellence given to students in area schools.

By MARC LUTZ
Business Journal Editor

STOCKTON—To say Kristie Ehlers loves children could be an understatement. The Wing Zone franchise owner has known she was going to be a mom and to take care of kids long before motherhood ever happened for her.

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New solar array to provide 67 percent of Tracy facility’s energy needs

 

The solar installation at Taylor Farms Pacific in Tracy covers 7.5 acres of rooftop.

TRACY—Taylor Farms Pacific unveiled its new 300,000-square-foot solar installation situated atop its west San Joaquin County facility.

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Emergency Food Bank, Master Gardeners partner to offer free classes

Two organizations are teaming up to help residents of San Joaquin County learn how to grow their own.

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Tuolumne River Management Plan released by irrigation districts

The Modesto and Turlock Irrigation District Boards took steps to file the final applications for the Don Pedro and La Grange projects with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC).

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University of the Pacific students take on River of Skulls for Army Corps of Engineers

University of the Pacific students take on River of Skulls for Army Corps of Engineers

50 first-year, transfer and international students volunteered for National Public Lands Day

Memorial Medical Center receives awards for heart attack and stroke patient care

Memorial Medical Center receives awards for heart attack and stroke patient care

MODESTO, CA – Sutter Health’s Memorial Medical Center (MMC) is part of an elite group of hospitals recently recognized by the American Heart Association for awards signifying a commitment to guideline adherence and quality improvement for the STEMI and