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Dispute Over Taxes Tears Family Apart
Roger and Shirley Bailey’s son, Jeffrey Bailey, started Rig-Up Services Inc. of Channelview, Texas, in 2008, after buying the assets from his parents’ company for $4.4 million.

Roger and Shirley Bailey of Scott have become enmeshed in bitter legal fights with their youngest son Jeffrey, stemming from who should have paid payroll taxes for their business Rig-Up Electrical Services Inc.
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Pasta Jack's Asks: What's In a Name?

Pasta Jack's Asks: What's In a Name?

A complicated lawsuit involving operators of Pasta Jack's lays bare a business dispute that has become decidedly personal.
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Legacy Capital Sells Corporate Benefits Business to OneDigital

Legacy Capital Group of Little Rock has sold its corporate benefits business to OneDigital Health & Benefits of Atlanta, the nation's largest company focusing only on employee benefit services.
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The List Largest Arkansas Banks by Equity

Arkansas Banks ranked by return on equity also includes total assets and net income.

Rank Name ROE Net Income
1 Bank of England 21 8,775,000
2 First Financial Bank 19 31,979,000
3 Riverside Bank 17 1,414,000
4 Priority Bank 16 1,691,000
5 Farmers Bank & Trust Co. 15 9,370,000

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