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Five Tips For Selling Your Investment Property

As a commercial real estate broker I often get asked to analyze a person’s investment property to determine whether it is an optimal time to sell.
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Where Tradition Meets Innovation

Originally founded as Barlow & Plunkett, Ltd in 1958, Barlow Eddy Jenkins, P.A. has been providing architecture services in Jackson, MS. and across the Southeast for more than 50 years. The employees of Barlow Eddy Jenkins are committed to a shared belief that the built environment should enrich human experience.

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Innovative New Company Can Save Thousands Of Dollars For Users (Start-up Moneycity is making a substantial mark on bottom lines)

by BRIAN HARRIS
BAMSouth Guest Contributor

monecity-logo-greenMonecity is the nation’s only virtual payment service dedicated to cities, counties, states, non-profits and universities that make communities happy and healthy.  Monecity serves communities across the U.S. by competitively securing single-use virtual payment processing relationships that deliver cash back to local communities and non-profits.

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Is Hillary’s Run Really Good For Women?

I ran into someone recently who, in casual conversation, started going on an on about how fantastic it was to have a female running for the Presidential office. This very kind and polite woman then proceeded to ask me, “Wouldn’t it be just wonderful to have a women as President?”
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Scot Thigpen and The Thigpen Group

BAMSouth.com Publisher Jack Criss recently spoke with Scot Thigpen of The Thigpen Group about his new name, new direction and a myriad of other topics dealing with the financial world.
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Combating Political Apathy–Should We Even Bother?

Political apathy. It’s a term we hear so often–but what does it really mean and why is it the pesky cold that we, as a nation, cannot seem to shake?
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You Shouldn’t Waste Your Vote…By Voting for a Major Party Candidate

A History of the Role of Third Parties in American History.
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When a Trust Doesn’t Count for Medicaid Eligibility

Donna came in to talk about how to pay for her mother’s nursing home care, specifically Medicaid eligibility.  She was concerned that her mother, Evelyn, had been named beneficiary of a trust created by her grandmother.  The trust had been making payments to her mother for living expenses over the years.  Upon review of the trust, I was pleased to tell her that the funds in the trust for her mother’s benefit would not prevent Evelyn from becoming eligible for Medicaid assistance, and would not even be required to be spent for nursing home costs.
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Christ Covenant School Hosts Own “Shark Tank” To Promote Business

Special to BAMSouth.com
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You Lie In the Bed You Make: How Clinton (and the DNC) Created #BernieOrBust

Hillary Clinton acts as if the presidency is an entitlement, and that really shined through in a recent interview with Chris Cuomo for CNN.
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