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Tax reform has offered a lot of new incentives and challenges for donors. This month’s Financial Planning article helps address Building Tax Free Wealth with Tax Reform and Down Markets. Andrew Drennen, MS, MPAS, CFP is a Vice President and Portfolio Manager for Central Trust.

CoxHealth Foundation values Safety Posted February 19, 2019

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The generosity of donors to the CoxHealth Foundation create endless opportunities to impact every patient, visitor and employee of CoxHealth. This month, thanks to donor

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After nearly two years of planning and fundraising, the construction has begun. The start of a new Cox College began with a ceremonial Demo Day

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Heroes For Healthy Hearts Posted January 19, 2019

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The heart is fragile. Not just in love, but in life. Today one in four people die from heart disease. It remains the number one killer of both men and women. The Wheeler Heart and Vascular Center provides outstanding care, but often our patients need a little more. Are you ready to be a Hero for Healthy Hearts?

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Congratulations to Jana Roberts, Cox College (left) and Brandi Eilenstein, Rogersville Clinic (right) who were the lucky winners of the 2018 Grand Prize Drawing for

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4 hours with a host to help at any special occasion! Wedding, anniversary, birthday, girls night out, family reunion, you choose. What’s a Selfie Mirror?

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Great tips top start your financial planning for 2019 from Jeremy Loftin, Chief Administrative Officer, Missouri Trust Company

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Pictured from left to right: Lisa Alexander, president of the CoxHealth Foundation; Jeremy Loftin, ONF board member; Jeff Kennedy, ONF board member; and Tyler Watskey,

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As the year comes to a close it’s a great time to review your taxes and plan for 2019.

Knot Forgotten Posted November 30, 2018

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Gil Caron fought a valiant fight. Despite his best efforts and outstanding care, he succumbed to cancer. Every year the courage he displayed to his

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