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The owner of a trash removal business in Connecticut has pleaded guilty to not filing tax returns since 2004. Prosecutors say 71-year-old Wayne Margarum, of... [Read More]
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"We'll take it step by step." [Read More]
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If you're in the market for a new credit card, it's important to consider the full lineup of products available to you. From signup bonuses,... [Read More]
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Are you counting on Social Security for most of your retirement funds – and if so, how comfortable are you that the funds will be... [Read More]
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Walmart employs more than 1 million Americans. Its base pay is below the federal poverty line for a family of three. After the Republican tax... [Read More]
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Religious system bans interest payments, pure monetary speculation... [Read More]
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One month before the June 26 primary, Baltimore County Councilman David Marks is outspending his opponents in District 5. In fact, in the most recent... [Read More]
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If you jump on the credit-building train at 18, you'll have an easier time renting an apartment, getting a car loan and setting up your... [Read More]
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CNBC's Joumanna Bercetche discusses Italy's ongoing political situation and reaction from European ministers. [Read More]
After talking to the woman, Tim Gabrielson said he knew something was wrong, especially after the scammer hung up on him after he asked to... [Read More]
Britain is aware of the short time available for talks on its departure from the European Union, the country's finance minister said on Friday, and... [Read More]
Bobby Matthews Jr. of Durham said he plans to start a new career after he won a $5 million lottery prize. [Read More]
Documents filed with federal regulators show a California public relations company that hired people to attend public hearings on a New Orleans power project was... [Read More]
In 2000, Colorado taxpayers footed 68 percent of the costs of a college degree, with students chipping in about one-third. Two decades and two recessions... [Read More]
Berlin Board of Finance weighs cutting additional $2 million from budget- By Devin Leith-YessianRecord-Journal staffBERLIN — The... [Read More]
Students from highly affluent families often pay the full costs for college education but there are some things that can be done to lighten the... [Read More]
Gas prices are rising, much like the temperatures, ahead of the holiday weekend. [Read More]
A new study has more bad news about public pension funds, finding some are at risk of running dry in a slowing economy. In a... [Read More]
American financial institutions face a greater threat from cyberattacks because of a shortage of high-tech professionals and poor coordination between the government and private sector... [Read More]
The financial deregulation bill that just passed and was signed may seem moderate, but the biggest effects happen when there are less obvious restrictions on... [Read More]
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