OAKDALE − Oak Valley Bancorp, the bank holding company for Oak Valley Community Bank and Eastern Sierra Community Bank, is announcing that Ronald C. Martin has communicated to the Boards of Directors of Oak Valley Bancorp and Oak Valley Community Bank his decision to retire as Chief Executive Officer of each entity on June 18.
RIPON - Magpie Antiques is being opened in Ripon by Janet Dyk of Manteca – a Ripon High School alum – at 140 South Walnut Avenue. The building has been bustling with activity over the last two weeks with vendors trucking in their valuables.
'STOCKTON - In-Shape Health Clubs ("In-Shape"), a leading operator of health clubs with more than 60 locations in California, has partnered with Fremont Private Holdings ("FPH") and Pulse Equity Partners ("Pulse") to support its ongoing expansion in existing and new markets.
A side effect can be defined as an effect that is secondary to the one intended. (thank you Wikipedia!) Every day we experience side effects of our choices. Some have an adverse effect, some are very beneficial, and some side effects we don't even recognize are happening.
October 26, 2012|
By JANELL ZUIDERVAART
Ripon Chamber of Commerce, President
OAKDALE − Oak Valley Bancorp - the bank holding company for Oak Valley Community Bank and Eastern Sierra Community Bank - reported consolidated net income of $1,526,000, or $0.19 per diluted common share for the first quarter of 2015.
Tax credits are a powerful way to lower your federal income tax bill. Why? Because a tax credit reduces your taxes dollar for dollar. A tax deduction, on the other hand, reduces your taxable income, so your benefit is determined by your tax bracket. For example, a deduction of $1,000 will lower your tax bill by $280 if you are in the 28% bracket. A $1,000 credit will lower your tax bill by $1,000. Here's an overview of selected credits.
March 04, 2015|
By Tom Vermeulen
Certified Public Accountant Vermeulen & Co.