Press Release Archive

John H. Naylor, C.P.A., P.C. successfully completes peer review


John Naylor
4656 S. Hassett
Mesa, AZ  85212


Mesa, Arizona

December 4, 2012

John H. Naylor, C.P.A., P.C. announced today that it has successfully completed a peer review of its accounting and auditing practice.  The reviewer concluded that the firm complies with the stringent quality control standards set by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA), the national professional organization of CPAs.

John H. Naylor, C.P.A., P.C. participates in the AICPA Peer Review Program.  A firm participating in this program must have an independent review of its …

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Arizona Superior Courts in Chaos | Superior Court Judges Declare Law Making Equality With State Legislature

Scottsdale, Az. – Most Arizona superior court judges aspire to be justices on higher courts – i.e., by making new law. The opinion of many superior court judges is that few members of the state legislature, with the exception of members that are also members of the State Bar of Arizona, understand the various nuances of law making or law applying.

In the early days of the State of Arizona there were few superior court judges; and they traveled to different counties to resolve disputes among …

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Real Estate Professional Andrea Groves Helps Local Homeowners Avoid Foreclosure

Certified Distressed Property Expert (CDPE) designation from Charfen Institute arms local real estate agent with tools, processes and education to help distressed homeowners in Maricopa County

Andrea Groves, real estate agent and CDPE, of West USA Realty announced today that they are now among an elite group of over 40,000 national CDPE trained professionals helping local Phoenix and surrounding suburban area homeowners avoid foreclosure via short sales.

In a short sale transaction, the lien holder accepts the selling price of the home, even if that amount …

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Six Hamilton Prep Students Take a Stand to Make a Difference

Chandler, Arizona, 1 Nov.  2010– A team of Hamilton Prep students called Saving STACKS of Styrofoam will compete in the third annual Lexus Eco Challenge. This national contest encourages middle and high school students to develop and implement environmental programs that positively impact their communities. The group team consists of six students- Tyler Andl, Shelby Babcock, Catie Carson, Kassidy Dickson, Austen Haymond, and Shea Van Slyke.

The students are very concerned with the environment and want to help their school district become as environmentally friendly as …

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Scottsdale Airpark News Sold to Valley Publisher

Contact: Shanna Hogan, Times Publications
Phone: 480-348-0343 ext. 103
Cell: 602-405-3003

Scottsdale Airpark News Sold to Valley Publisher

Steve Strickbine, who currently publishes the Times Publications in the Valley and Lovin Life After 50 in both the Valley and Tucson, announced today that he has purchased the Scottsdale Airpark News, the business magazine that has served the Scottsdale Airpark for more than 30 years.

Adding the Scottsdale Airpark News to our list of publications certainly strengthens our offering in the Scottsdale area, Strickbine said. The Airpark News …

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Barto’s bill attempts to morph holdership rights into ownership rights

By Linda Bentley

PHOENIX – Rep. Nancy Barto, R-Dist. 7, has been attempting to defend HB 2154, Easements; proportionate liability for maintenance, which she, as the sole sponsor, introduced on behalf of Gerald Freeman, who, in 2005, along with his wife, filed a complaint against his neighbor Donald Sorchych, who also happens to be the publisher/editor of Sonoran News.

"I wouldn’t necessarily assume that every law that’s been in place in another state, even California, since 1939, is necessarily evil."

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Nursing: an evolving role in tomorrow’s network of care


April 13, 2010

Contact: Sara Fleury

602-277-9530 x226

Nursing: an evolving role in tomorrow’s network of care

Anne McNamara, RN, PhD, Grand Canyon University

As we examine how our country’s new healthcare system rolls out, one of the more pivotal roles, and one that is largely lost in the discussion, is how the nursing profession will be affected. As National Nurses Week is May 6-12, let’s consider the evolving state of the profession. With the changes expected within the new healthcare reform policy that will roll …

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