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Perhaps Americans aren’t so enamored with the stock market. More than three-quarters of individual investors say in a new survey that agonizingly low interest rates are not coaxing them into stocks. According to the study by personal-finance...
After graduating from Columbia University in the height of the recession and acquiring $120,000 in debt, including 12 student loans from seven servicers, Brendon McQueen was left with a film degree and a six-month grace period before his first loan...
firstname.lastname@example.orgPeople in Washington County should concern themselves with the following passage from the Chicago Tribune, which appeared two days after Christmas: “In an annual ritual that has become as predictable if not as joyous as a New Year’s Eve...
President Obama swooped into South Florida for a couple of hours on Friday to tout a tunnel project at PortMiami as a great example of how to rebuild the nation’s infrastructure, create jobs and boost the economy. Port officials from around the...
Tags: U.S. Senate, Port of Palm Beach, Business, Real Estate, Finance
Home prices across California jumped 8.3% in March compared to February and 24.7% compared to a year earlier, according to figures released by real estate firm DataQuick on Thursday. Sales rose slightly, with about 1% more new and resale homes sold last...
Tags: Real Estate Buyers, Homes, Rentals, Inventories, Prices
The Hartford CourantPlans to convert the former Capewell Horse Nail factory in Hartford into housing have stumbled for more than a decade, but the project got a $2 million boost this week, winning a state brownfields clean-up grant. The Corporation for Independent Living,...
Tags: Personal Income, Rentals, Plant Openings
WASHINGTON -- At this time of year, when most Americans have just filed their returns, exasperation with the income tax system reaches a peak. Hardly anyone denies it's a complex mess. In 2010, calculating their taxes cost Americans $168 billion,...
Bank of America Corp. quadrupled its first-quarter profit, reducing expenses and loan losses and reporting better brokerage and investment banking results, but continued to be bogged down by its mortgage operations, disappointing investors. Trying to...
McClatchy-Tribune News ServiceNearing the end of a massive debt-restructuring and having completed a mostly voluntary downsizing of its workforce, Foxwoods Resort Casino finds itself at a crossroads. As in Crossroads Massachusetts, a $1 billion casino project that may or may not...
Tax lien auctions are a little-known but juicy Florida financial market worth up to $1 billion a year. And, the Sun Sentinel has found, banks, hedge funds and other financial powerhouses have hit upon a way to game the system, squeeze out the little guy...
TALLAHASSEE -- Gov. Rick Scott was following a well-read playbook when he campaigned in 2010 to kick-start the economy in part with deep property-tax cuts. It just didn't come off as scripted. Capping out-of-control property-tax spikes was once a...
Tags: Maitland, Regional Authority, Business, Don Gaetz, Rick Scott
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