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  1. NHT again?Read the original story

    15 min ago | The Gleaner

    The National Housing Trust is like an ill-fated donkey that has found itself in the hands of idle schoolboys. Those fortuitous jockeys, with little understanding of animal care, give a macabre meaning to the expression, 'animal husbandry', as their unfamiliarity breeds major contempt but little else.


  2. Heap, Percentage of Income Payment programs continueRead the original story

    22 min ago | The Review

    Community Action Agency of Columbiana County will continue taking applications for Percentage of Income Payment Plan and 2015 State Heap applications, at the Lisbon office located at 7860 Lincole Place. Applications can also be picked up at the local libraries and post offices.


  3. How retirees can avoid these money mistakesRead the original story w/Photo

    34 min ago | ABS-CBN News

    MANILA Planning finances for retirement is a growing concern because not all are educated on how to prepare for retirement, and what retirement exactly means for them. Registered financial planner Jeremy Tan said retirement varies for each person but there are some who have no clear vision of what retirement is for them.


  4. Letter: Job misclassificationsRead the original story w/Photo

    38 min ago | Deseret News

    As temperatures increase, so does the competition for recruiting talent in the summer sales industry. In an effort to increase competitive advantage, some companies are misclassifying their salespeople as independent contractors.


  5. Eleanor (McMullen) MichaelsRead the original story w/Photo

    41 min ago | Altoona Mirror

    Surviving are three children: Mark and wife, Renee, of Ligonier, Jennifer Smetak and husband, Paul, of Latrobe and Patrick and wife, Jodi, of Ligonier; five grandchildren: Emily, Caitlin, Sarah, Anne and Colin; and a sister, Dorothy Burns of Latrobe. Eleanor attended Holy Trinity School and graduated from Ligonier Valley High School in 1954.


  6. Homeowner vs. municipality: Who's responsible for the land?Read the original story w/Photo

    46 min ago |

    Q. You wrote an article about tax sales and what happens to those properties when there are no buyers. Is the owner of the home liable for anything after a failed tax sale? I cannot sell my house because of problems with erosion caused by an embankment that has not been maintained by my municipality.


  7. More savings for couple that delayed closing on Ramsey homeRead the original story w/Photo

    47 min ago |

    First-time buyers Loretta and Josh Underwood at their new home at 15 Oak Ridge Road in Ramsey. When the sellers didn't want to move in the winter, the Underwoods were flexible enough that they could wait four months for the closing.


  8. It costs more than you think just to hold a jobRead the original story w/Photo

    53 min ago | St. Petersburg Times

    For employees who routinely drive to work, buy lunch and can't get by without a cup of coffee, work-related spending can add up to a tidy sum. "As a money coach, I talk to scores of people about their monthly budgets, and one of the things I've learned is that most individuals, and couples, too, tend to vastly underestimate their living expenses, including the true cost of doing something as basic as going to work each day," said Lynnette Khalfani Cox, founder of AskThe


  9. Burnout: My family yard is a firetrapRead the original story w/Photo

    53 min ago | The Gleaner

    Ian Allen/Photographer Paisley Road residents scarmble to save what they could as fire fighters fought a blaze in their community in March. Housing woes in several inner-city communities have forced scores of persons to live in board houses on premises which could ignite in a minute.


  10. Four out of five bankrupts forced to give up family homeRead the original story w/Photo

    55 min ago |

    If you have the deposit, you can get your foot on the property ladder but don't expect a family home you can fill with offspring, especially if you live in Dublin The figures, compiled by the Irish Mortgage Holders Organisation, also show that many of the broad cross-section of struggling debtors who opted to go bankrupt in the past 12 months were young parents aged in their thirties and forties. The IMHO advised around 100 clients on going bankrupt in the past 12 months, in many cases because their banks refused to accept deals on settling mortgage arrears.


  11. Cash Advances And Making Them Work For YouRead the original story

    58 min ago |

    If you're experiencing money problems, if could feel as if you don't have anyone out there to help you. It may feel like you're up a creek without a paddle.


  12. Fiorina outlines leadership ideasRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | The Messenger

    During a business career in which she became the top executive of Hewlett-Packard, Carly Fiorina became convinced that unlocking the potential in others is the most important thing a leader can do. That philosophy, she said Saturday in Fort Dodge, would guide her actions if she becomes president of the United States.


  13. Legal and Public Notices 4/27/15 - Notice of Substitute Trustee's Sale, Trustee's SaleRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Murfreesboro Post

    WHEREAS, David R. McNamara executed a Deed of Trust to Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, Inc. as nominee for SunTrust Mortgage, Inc., Lender and Larry A. Weissman, Trustee , which was dated December 26, 2007 and recorded on January 2, 2008 in Book 809, Page 3720, Rutherford County, Tennessee Register of Deeds.


  14. Thatcher and Tofilon launch partnershipRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | The Messenger

    William Thatcher, who has practiced law in Fort Dodge for more than four decades, has joined forces with one of the town's newer attorneys, Joseph Tofilon, to launch a law firm that offers a broad range of legal services. Thatcher & Tofilon PLC, 136 N. Ninth St., officially came into being in January.


  15. We put DA hopefuls to the testRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago |

    Maimane: The major question in this leadership election is what the future of the DA looks like, and who can take us there. We want the DA to be a party of national government and that is going to require us to win the support of huge numbers of South Africans who have not voted for us before.


  16. Russia ponders raising retirement age in budget crunchRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | West Australian

    Taking care of pensioners who are his bedrock of support has been a key feature of President Vladimir Putin's rule, but as crisis bites, the Russian government is mooting an idea that has been taboo for 80 years: raising the retirement age. Since 1932, Russian men have been eligible to retire at the age of 60 and women at the age of 55. In numerous professions, especially hazardous ones like mining, people may retire even earlier.


  17. Dear John: Social Security is our duesRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | New York Post

    On Monday, John Crudele took NJ Gov. Chris Christie to task for suggesting means testing be used to determine eligibility to claim Social Security retirement benefits. Dear John: Nicely done: A deal is a deal.


  18. Benefits of integrating charitable giving into ongoing financial planningRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Hudson Hub-Times

    Integrating charitable giving into ongoing financial planning can ensure that generosity has the greatest impact - on worthy causes as well as tax bills. 2014 was a good year to invest and to give.


  19. Ohio House passes $71.5 billion biennial budget billRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Tallmadge Express

    The Ohio House has completed its initial round of work on the $71.5 billion biennial budget bill, with a split vote and concerns from the governor's office over changes OK'd by the chamber's Republican leaders. The final vote April 22 was 63-36, with several Democrats joining majority members in supporting and a handful of Republicans joining minority members in opposing.


  20. Proposed a fiduciary dutya rule for retirement advisers is a good stepRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | The Day

    It will benefit consumers, many of whom can't distinguish among the different types of financial advisers, much less tell whether an adviser is putting their interests first. The proposed rule, recently announced by U.S. Department of Labor, would require stockbrokers and other advisers to act in their customers' best interests when handling their retirement money.