As the tax deadlines and business protocols keep changing, here are important updates courtesy of the Fulton & Kozak certified public accountants team in Morrow:read more
All of us appreciate the “before time,” when social distancing was not a phrase on everyone’s lips and we could go to the mall or the movies without having a thought about getting sick from the person six feet away from you.read more
By now, most are probably aware of the huge hit that some businesses – most businesses – are taking due to the measures being taken in response to the coronavirus.read more
In this unprecedented time caused by the COVID-19 outbreak, the Georgia Department of Education (GaDOE) is focusing on several initiatives — including making sure Georgia students are fed and safe and ensuring they are learning while public schools are closed.read more
This morning it’s a typical Thursday at Georgia Cyber Academy – Georgia’s largest public school. The 9,000 students will attend their classes as usual, supported by GCA’s 700 teachers, administrators, and staff.read more
The road to the 2020 Elections could be a little bumpy this year. The Republican Party has begun its process of electing delegates to the National Convention — which may be dramatically scaled back or essentially cancelled – by holding their County Conventions this weekend.read more
Undoubtedly, there is one story on most people’s minds right now but life rolls on as best as possible. Government work continues. The mission of the Department of Economic Development and the Department of Natural Resources (DNR) continues.read more
Thousands of Georgians worried they may have coronavirus are using a new virtual screening tool created by Augusta University that connects patients with volunteer doctors via live video chats.read more
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It’s hard to escape the torrent of concerning news about the coronavirus. We see it in the newspaper and social media and hear about it at the office watercooler.
University System of Georgia (USG) chief academic officer, Dr. Tristan Denley, recently testified before the state House Committee on Higher Education about his plan to reduce core courses students must take upon enrollment.
How “pro-enforcement” is today’s Republican state leadership on illegal immigration? With today being Crossover Day under the Gold Dome, Georgia voters will hopefully be allowed a clear view of where their House Reps stand on sanctuary policies for criminal aliens – in a state with more illegal aliens than green card holders. In an election year.