The Greater Phoenix Chapter of SCORE will be offering free mentoring to Fountain Hills entrepreneurs. SCORE provides mentoring (at no fee) to existing businesses as well as start-ups.  Chamber members can get free mentoring in many areas, including marketing, operations, finance, human resources, and business planning.  A schedule at the Chamber office will include the 1st…

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Bill Summaries H2001: INCOME TAX BRACKETS; INFLATION INDEX For each tax year beginning with 2016, the Department of Revenue is required to adjust the income dollar amounts for each individual income tax rate bracket by the average annual change in the metropolitan Phoenix consumer price index. The revised dollar amounts must be raised to the…

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Fountain Hills, AZ–The Fountain Hills Chamber presented five major awards to a packed house at the Great Gatsby themed Gala on Saturday, January 24, 2015. In a surprise performance, the staff from the Elkie Law Office presented a dance to "A Little Party Never Killed Nobody” from the Great Gatsby. The crowd went crazy, cheering…

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A pizza hungry crowd piled into the new Papa Murphy's in Fountain Hills on Thursday, January 15 to celebrate the new store. New owners, Spencer and Taylor Perry, were thrilled with the excitement and  turnout from the local community. These young twenty-something entrepreneurs have rolled-up their sleeves to get to work making fresh pizzas for…

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Fountain Hills, AZ–Business community awaits award finalists in Fountain Hills.  The annual Chamber of Commerce Gala in Fountain Hills is projected to be a festive event packed with awards and recognition for the local business community. Topping the list of award finalists are David Racich, President/CEO of Brokers Alliance, Don Misheff, Owner of Sunridge Canyon…

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The House passed H.R. 30, the "Save American Workers Act of 2015," redefining the Affordable Care Act's definition of a full-time-worker from 30-hours  back to the more traditional 40-hours a week.  This bipartisan legislation passed by a vote of 252-172, and now moves to the Senate, where it is expected to face a more challenging…

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