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  1. Professional Traders Face March 15 Deadline For S-Corp. ElectionRead the original story w/Photo

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  2. Social Security Debate SagaRead the original story

    1 hr ago | Holtville Tribune

    Lawmakers joined with the Association of Mature American Citizens this week at a Social Security Working Group meeting intended "to light a fire" in Congress on the issue, according to association president Dan Weber. "On its current financial track, Social Security is not sustainable and AMAC members recognize that Congressional action is needed to protect this benefit for current seniors and future generations of Americans.


  3. Social Finance Said to Aim for $3.5 Billion Valuation in '15 IPORead the original story

    1 hr ago | Bloomberg

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  4. The White House Has Gone Full Doublespeak on Fast Track and the TPPRead the original story

    1 hr ago | PressReleasePoint

    Sen. Ron Wyden and Sen. Orrin Hatch are now in a stand-off over a bill that would put secretive trade deals like the Trans-Pacific Partnership agreement on the Fast Track to passage through Congress. The White House meanwhile, has intensified their propaganda campaign, going so far as to mislead the public about how trade deals-like the TPP and its counterpart, the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership -will effect the Internet and users' rights.


  5. Bishop's Appeal exceeds goal in 2014Read the original story

    1 hr ago | Catholic Voice

    The Diocese of Oakland's Bishop's Appeal, the annual fund-raising effort to assist Catholic services, has hit a record $2.8 million in donations and pledges. "We exceeded our goal of $2.5 million with $2.808 million raised, 12 percent over goal, and a 40 percent increase from 2012," said Ken Hokenson, diocesan executive director of mission advancement.


  6. Ocwen Termination by RMBS Trusts Sets 'Negative Precedent'Read the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | National Mortgage News

    Ocwen Financial's termination as servicer of two residential mortgage securitizations has no immediate impact on the strength of the company, but it does set a "negative precedent" that could eventually lead to the servicer being fired from more deals, Moody's Investors Service warns. In February Wells Fargo informed Ocwen that investors in two RMBS representing $264 million in unpaid principal had voted to transfer servicing to Select Portfolio Services, a unit of Credit Suisse.


  7. Pioneer Financial faces coinciding executive turnover, regulatory woesRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Business Journal

    The past year hasn't been very kind to Kansas City-based Pioneer Financial Services Inc., which lost two CEOs and set up a $13.5 million remediation fund after regulators questioned its business practices.


  8. Can American Capital Agency Maintain Its Dividend?Read the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Investopedia

    Dividend investors have learned a lot about real estate investment trusts in recent years, with REITs that invest in mortgage-backed securities producing double-digit dividend yields in the current low-interest-rate environment. American Capital Agency has been one of the most popular mortgage REITs, with its balance sheet ballooning in size as business has grown.


  9. US consumers increased January borrowing by $11.6 billionRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | KTVN Reno

    The Federal Reserve releases consumer credit data for January on Friday, March 6, 2015. WASHINGTON - Consumers increased their borrowing in January at the slowest pace in more than a year with borrowing on credit cards actually declining for the second time in the last three months.


  10. Topeka retailer honored as 'business of the year'Read the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | The Capital-Journal

    A downtown Topeka store will be honored as one of 16 "businesses of the year" by the Kansas Small Business Development Center. The Merchant, 913 S. Kansas, sells used clothing, accessories, collectibles, art and books.


  11. Fresh Out of Bankruptcy, City Announces Multimillion-Dollar Housing ProjectRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Quebec Chronicle-Telegraph

    A judge may have approved the bankruptcy reorganization plan for Stockton, California, but he forgot to cut up the city's credit card. Just a week out of Chapter 9 bankruptcy and the city is already throwing around the kind of money that landed it in financial ruin in the first place.


  12. Social Security helps people with kidney diseaseRead the original story

    1 hr ago | Sampan

    Every March, we pay special attention to the kidney, an organ vital to a healthy life. Social Security wants to help spread the word about the importance of kidney health and about what you should do if you think you or a loved one has a kidney-related disability.


  13. Millville OKs pension and enhanced state police presenceRead the original story

    1 hr ago | Coastal Point

    Delaware State Police officers may be more visible in Millville, now that the town council has decided to hire additional patrols for 16 hours per week. "In light of what's been happening around the town, with home invasions and whatnot, a the idea is to contract with Delaware State Police a to patrol our developments, the businesses, give us visibility," said Town Manager Debbie Botchie.


  14. Frankford discusses policing, searching for new attorneyRead the original story

    1 hr ago | Coastal Point

    The Town of Frankford will be looking to hire two part-time police officers, on temporary loan from the Selbyville and Dagsboro departments. Currently, the Town does not have any officers on its own police force.


  15. Lawmaker Donates Copies of Bowie Author's Book to SchoolsRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago |

    Maryland Senator Edward R. Reilly of Crofton celebrated the National Education Association's Read Across America Day by donating copies of Valerie Ormond's latest book, "Believing In Horses, Too," to Anne Arundel County Public Schools, according to a news release. Reilly donates books written by local authors to schools in his district annually on Read Across America Day.


  16. IRS: Undocumented immigrants will be able to receive refunds checks under Obama planRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Alabama Live

    As if the debate over immigration wasn't heated enough, this one should throw some more coal on the fire. President Obama's executive action on immigration will allow people that live in the country illegally to retroactively file tax returns for the past three years.


  17. Gundlach's DoubleLine Launches First ETFRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Seeking Alpha

    Pacific Investment Management Co. is facing an investor confidence crisis. The storied bond firm experienced over $150 billion of mutual fund outflows in 2014.


  18. Caring for the caregiversRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | The Straits Times

    Those who have spent decades on unwaged work at home caring for the young or elderly face the risk of being left out in the cold when it's their turn to be cared for in old age. The normative model of family-based care is being destabilised by shrinking family sizes, the plight of widows with extended families abroad, and the financial burdens of multigenerational households.


  19. Consumers increased January borrowing by $11.6 billionRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Finance and Commerce

    Consumers increased their borrowing in January at the slowest pace in more than a year with borrowing on credit cards actually declining for the second time in the last three months. The Federal Reserve reported Friday that consumer borrowing expanded $11.6 billion in January following a $17.9 billion gain in December.


  20. View Press ReleaseRead the original story

    1 hr ago | Business Wire

    TRADING ALERT: Rosen Law Firm Reminds Altisource Asset Management Corporation Investors of Important March 17, 2015 Deadline in Class Action - AAMC )--The Rosen Law Firm reminds purchasers of the common stock of Altisource Asset Management Corporation between April 19, 2013 and January 12, 2015 of the important March 17, 2015 lead plaintiff deadline in the class action. To join the Altisource class action, visit the firm's website at , or call Phillip Kim, Esq.