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Cora Lathrop, Cherokee Nation mortgage loan officer and Volunteer Income Tax Assistance coordinator, helps Eric and Christy Young, of Tahlequah, file their taxes as part of the tribe’s free VITA program. ARCHIVE
In 2019, 1,732 families saved an average of $400 in tax service fees.
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Trek Medics International seeks to improve emergency response times in rural areas, such as Native American communities, with the Beacon platform, a text message-based emergency dispatching software designed for communities with limited access to emergency care and transport. COURTESY
Beacon is designed to help emergency responders gain information quicker in emergency situations.
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This June 10, 2015, photo shows a chip credit card in Philadelphia. Brushing up on the basics of your credit score can give you a fresh start this year and help you know how best to build and defend it. MATT ROURKE/ASSOCIATED PRESS
You’re entitled to at least one free copy of each report annually, which you can get by going to AnnualCreditReport.com
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Wheat grows in Oklahoma. Payments to Oklahoma farmers from the Trump administration to soften the effects of a trade dispute with China are helping a little, but many farmers are still struggling with a years-long decline in incomes. OKLAHOMA WATCH
Oklahoma Watch is a nonprofit, nonpartisan media organization that produces in-depth and investigative stories on important issues facing the state. For more Oklahoma Watch content, go to oklahomawatch.org. COURTESY
Oklahoma farmers have received more than $156 million in payments from the facilitation program, putting the state in 20th place.
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A tribal councilor calls for more communication with job candidates.
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Center for Native Health representative Lisa Lefler rides a horse with the direction of a Kituwah Equestrian Program member in Jackson County, North Carolina. The program works to bring therapeutic services to people using horses. COURTESY
Horse enthusiast and Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians citizen Natalie Smith wants to share how spiritual and therapeutic it can be to connect with and ride a horse through a therapy program using horses and operated by the Kituwah Equestrian Program. COURTESY
Program members bring therapeutic services to people using horses in western North Carolina.
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Taxes are an unavoidable fact of life. Unfortunately, they can be somewhat overwhelming, which can cause people to put the task off and miss the deadline. Use the following tips for a stress-free tax season.
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If buying a home is on your near-future to-do list, experts say that 2020 may be a good year to make it happen. Mortgage interest rates are near historic lows, providing you with the opportunity to finance a new home purchase at a much lower cost.
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A survey from Ally Financial and conducted online by The Harris Poll found that 69% percent of Americans would be likely to consider a used vehicle for their next auto purchase.
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The USDA and BIA aim to help American Indians and Alaska Natives identify and address the agricultural, conservation and economic needs of tribal communities.
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The Cherokee Nation Tribal Employment Rights Office has approximately 720 Indian-owned companies and more than 100 artists that are TERO-certified vendors.
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