Monthly Archives: March 2021

Small investor activist’s arguments against Exxon draw crowds to his side

By Svea Herbst-Bayliss, Jennifer Hillier BOSTON/HOUSTON (Reuters) – Exxon Mobil Corp, an energy giant and once the world’s most valuable company, is coming under pressure from a small investment firm whose campaign to cut spending and change of direction is gathering more and more supporters. FILE PHOTO: An Exxon gas …

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Apple taps debt markets to raise $14 billion for shareholder payouts

Apple is taking advantage of the low interest rate environment to raise $14 billion in debt, according to Bloomberg. The debt offering will include 40-year bonds and the proceeds will go towards buying back shares and paying dividends. Apple ended its last quarter with $196 billion in cash and $112 …

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PASSAIC COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS ADOPTS 2021 BUDGET

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: MARCH 9, 2021 PASSAIC COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS ADOPTS 2021 BUDGETNo tax hike for the third year in a row brings relief to working families in the midst of a pandemic. (Passaic County, New Jersey) – Tuesday, March 9and, the Passaic County Board of Commissioners passed the …

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Exxon names Ubben and Angelakis on board under pressure from investors for change

By Svea Herbst-Bayliss, Jennifer Hillier (Reuters) – Exxon Mobil Corp on Monday named activist investor Jeffrey Ubben and former Comcast executive Michael Angelakis to its board of directors amid pressure from top shareholders for it to focus more on clean energy and improving its financial performance. FILE PHOTO: FILE PHOTO: …

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Western PA reacts to US Congress’ passage of $1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief bill

KYLIE: WHETHER IT’S PAYING OFF STUDENT LOANS OR A CAR NOTE, PITTSBURGHERS TELL US THEY ARE LOOKING FORWARD TO USING THE STIMULUS CONTROLS INCLUDED IN THIS COVID-19 RELIEF BILL >> IT’S A PANDEMIC. YOU CANNOT GET UP AND GO TO WORK AND SUPPORT YOUR FAMILY SO THE GOVERNMENT MIGHT AS …

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Big win for Biden: Congress passes landmark Covid relief bill

The House on Wednesday passed President Joe Biden’s massive $1.9 trillion U.S. bailout package, giving final approval to a sweeping package of measures that provides emergency pandemic relief and also authorizes a wave federal spending to dramatically expand, even temporarily, poverty reduction and health care programs. The House vote 220-211 …

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MTN drops dividend in favor of debt…

MTN took the shine off a strong set of annual results by suspending the payment of its final dividend – after also withholding an interim dividend. While the uncertainty of Covid-19 played a part in her decision, she also fought to repatriate (upstream) dividends from Nigeria, her biggest operation, and …

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Tips to increase your net worth

Your net worth can tell you many things, but it’s just a way to gauge your own financial success. Many have calculated their net value and come to the conclusion that it needs an overhaul, but improving it can seem very difficult. However, this only requires a few tips, a …

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Netflix takes on more debt. Is it sustainable?

If there’s a deep gash in your couch from all the watching Netflix during quarantine, you’re not alone. The company recently announced that its new viewership was double what was expected. Tim Hanlon of media consultancy Vertere Group cautions against reading too much into this. “Subscribers and viewing don’t translate …

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Reviews | The debt is huge because Trump kept his promises

Placeholder while loading article actions Maya MacGuineas is President of the Nonpartisan Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget. President Trump has, to a remarkable degree, delivered on his 2016 campaign promises – and the country’s fiscal health is taking a hit. During each presidential election cycle, our nonpartisan organization assesses …

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Chronicle: Sorry, your mother is dead. Now give us money

It’s bad enough that people have a hard time canceling unwanted contracts and subscriptions – an unnecessarily difficult process that some companies seem to deliberately impose in the hope of racking up extra fees. It’s worse if you’re also dead. Or if you’re the next of kin of someone who …

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A customer has repaid his debt. Capital One feared fraud

Scammers are responsible for all kinds of fraud and mischief, including theft of identity, cash and financial information. As far as I know, however, no scammer has ever maliciously paid someone’s credit card balance. So I couldn’t help but be intrigued when a Capital One customer told me about his …

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Boris Johnson calls for ‘immediate’ release of Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe during call with Iranian president

Boris Johnson has demanded the immediate release of Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe, the British-Iranian mother detained in Iran on questionable espionage charges, in a combative phone call with the regime’s president. “The Prime Minister has raised the case of Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe and other dual British-Iranian nationals detained in Iran and demanded their …

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DeSantis’ $1 billion resilience program raises questions among lawmakers who have been slow to recognize climate change – Sun Sentinel

TALLAHASSEE — A few years ago, Republican lawmakers opposed public acknowledgment of climate change, outside of sea level rise affecting some coastal communities in South Florida. Now, while many lawmakers accept the science and support the need for a statewide plan to deal with the impacts of sea level rise, …

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HSBC fund chief on reinvigorating a business in the age of Covid

Nicolas Moreau has barely said hello when his caretaker cuts him off to exclude any discussion of HSBC’s support for Beijing’s repressive new security law for Hong Kong, a stance that has drawn criticism from political leaders and advocacy groups. ‘investment. HSBC wants a new banking license in mainland China, …

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COVID-19 & MCO: tax treatment of bad debts

With the establishment of conditional movement control, companies have started their activities. One of the main tax concerns that businesses will face during this period is the tax treatment of unpaid invoices, ie bad debts. Section 34(2) of the Income Tax Act 1967 (ITA) defines the specific deduction for bad …

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Is Exicure (NASDAQ:XCUR) using too much debt?

Howard Marks said it well when he said that, rather than worrying about stock price volatility, “the possibility of permanent loss is the risk I worry about…and that every practical investor that I know is worried”. So it may be obvious that you need to take debt into account when …

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Collection agents banned from seizing stimulus payments from Californians

Updated at 3:25 p.m. Californians whose federal stimulus payment was seized by debt collectors are expected to get that money back after Governor Gavin Newsom signed an executive order banning the practice. It applies retroactively, he said. “Now is not the time to garnish those emergency contribution checks,” Newsom said. …

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E-commerce startup Heroes raises $65M in equity and debt to become Europe’s Thrasio – TechCrunch

Heroa European e-commerce company operating on a model similar to Unicorn Thrasio in the US – with a strategy of acquiring and growing highly successful Amazon businesses – raised $65m in a funding round. The round — a mix of equity and debt financing — is co-led by 360 Capital …

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Junior Achievement (JA) Canada: Providing young people with free access to financial literacy courses

TORONTO, November 30, 2020 /CNW/ – JA Canada is celebrating the tenth anniversary of Financial Literacy Month by expanding access to free financial literacy programs for students in grades 3-12 through our new online platform. With the launch of a new learning management platform, jacampus.org, JA’s financial literacy programs are …

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Costa Rica’s dire financial situation:

Two years after adopting a controversial tax reform bill, Costa Rica remains on precarious financial footing. At the individual level, the pandemic and related measures have exacerbated unemployment. Nearly half of Costa Rican workers are unemployed or underemployed, which represents tens of thousands more people in this situation compared to …

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Mt. Edgecumbe High School honors Tlingit elder and historian Gil Truitt

Longtime educator and coach Gil Truitt speaks after receiving the President’s Lifetime Achievement Award at a ceremony April 19 in Juneau. He and seven others were honored by the Central Council of the Tlingit and Haida Indian Tribes of Alaska. (Photo by CCTHITA) Mt. Edgecumbe High School celebrated Gil Truitt …

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The American economy: stimulation and major geostrategic risks

Joe Biden is set to chair the biggest stimulus package in modern US history. This represents a significant but risky opportunity, and US allies must hope it succeeds. The US Congress has passed President Joe Biden’s $1.9 trillion coronavirus relief package and the president is expected to sign it today. …

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5-step plan to pay off debt in 2021

Despite the fact that many of us treat “debt” as a dirty word, millions of Americans drown it out. Even after a huge increase in debt repayments this year, Americans are still behind on their credit card payments to the tune of $945. billion. On top of that, we also …

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Burgess Owens realizes politics is a contact sport, just like the NFL

For a decade, Burgess Owens patrolled NFL secondaries playing free safety for the New York Jets and Oakland Raiders, a position known, especially at the time, for dishing out and taking punishing shots. Now he’s in politics, running as a Republican candidate in Utah’s 4th congressional district and getting a …

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Eric Trump says family ‘lost a fortune’ pushing back on fee-for-service report

Responding to a story that reported that hundreds of corporations, special interest groups and foreign governments seeking benefits had frequented Trump Organization properties in recent years, the president’s son argued on Sunday. that the groups represented a small proportion of their activities and that his father had not benefited financially. …

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80-year-old Tijuana man gets 7 years for drug money laundering scheme with attempted purchase of California bank

A Mexican national has been sentenced to over 7 years in prison for his role in laundering the proceeds of drug trafficking in a scheme that included an attempted takeover of a Westminster bank. Pablo Hernandez, 80, of Tijuana was sentenced after pleading guilty to violating RICO – the Racketeer …

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Robodebt Class Action: Coalition Agrees to Pay $1.2 Billion to Settle Lawsuit | Centrelink Debt Collection

The Australian government has agreed to a $1.2 billion settlement for a class action lawsuit filed on behalf of hundreds of thousands of robodebt victims. In a deal reached on the day a trial in federal court was due to begin, 400,000 people will share $112 million in additional compensation, …

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Definition of unsatisfied judgment fund

What is a dissatisfied judgment fund? An unsatisfied judgment fund is the amount of money set aside by some states to cover uncompensated expenses related to bodily injuries sustained in motor vehicle accidents where the at-fault driver is unable to pay the damages. The Unsatisfied Judgment Fund is used to …

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Does the TransMedics Group (NASDAQ:TMDX) use debt in a risky way?

Howard Marks said it well when he said that, rather than worrying about stock price volatility, “the possibility of permanent loss is the risk I worry about…and that every practical investor that I know is worried”. It’s natural to consider a company’s balance sheet when looking at its riskiness, as …

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A closer look at the impressive ROE of Danaos Corporation (NYSE:DAC)

Many investors are still learning the different metrics that can be useful when analyzing a stock. This article is for those who want to know more about return on equity (ROE). We will use ROE to examine Danaos Corporation (NYSE: DAC), as a concrete example. Return on Equity or ROE …

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Kernex Microsystems (India) (NSE: KERNEX) has good debt

Some say volatility, rather than debt, is the best way to think about risk as an investor, but Warren Buffett said “volatility is far from synonymous with risk.” So it seems smart money knows that debt – which is usually involved in bankruptcies – is a very important factor when …

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Is ACCENTRO Real Estate (ETR:A4Y) using too much debt?

Some say volatility, rather than debt, is the best way to think about risk as an investor, but Warren Buffett said “volatility is far from synonymous with risk.” So it seems smart money knows that debt – which is usually involved in bankruptcies – is a very important factor when …

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Analysis of Governor Pritzker’s budget plan highlights ‘structural deficit’

Governor JB Pritzker was able to propose a state balanced budget plan for the next fiscal year despite voters refusing a proposed move from a flat income tax to a progressive income tax in November. But that feat, which still requires the General Assembly to eliminate more than $900 million …

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How to open a savings account

Editorial independence We want to help you make more informed decisions. Certain links on this page – clearly marked – may direct you to a partner website and allow us to earn a referral commission. For more information, see How we make money. Have a emergency fund is the best …

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Car accident kills 2 Coloradans and injures 3 others in South Africa

This is an archived article and the information in the article may be out of date. Please look at the timestamp on the story to see when it was last updated. BOULDER, Colo. – Five people, many of whom worked at a Boulder software company, were killed or seriously injured …

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How to Fix a Social Security Benefit Payment Error

Social Security payment errors are rare, but with the Social Security Administration (SSA) paying monthly benefits to nearly 70 million people, they do happen. In fiscal year 2019, Social Security paid just over $1 trillion in retirement, survivors, and disability benefits. This included approximately $2.6 billion in abusive payments, in …

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How to replace your dunning debit card if you threw it away

To get some people coronavirus stimulus payments faster, the IRS has started sending prepaid debit cards to about 4 million people in May. There was a problem with the agency’s strategy, however: Recipients thought the cards — which arrived in unmarked envelopes from MetaBank, NA, a bank many had never …

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Private debt collectors can access stimulus money from personal bank accounts, advocacy groups warn

This is an archived article and the information in the article may be out of date. Please look at the timestamp on the story to see when it was last updated. CHICAGO — Illinois Governor JB Pritzker said Tuesday he is working to protect residents’ stimulus checks from debt collectors …

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Is Midsummer (STO:MIDS) using debt in a risky way?

Some say volatility, rather than debt, is the best way to think about risk as an investor, but Warren Buffett said “volatility is far from synonymous with risk.” So it seems smart money knows that debt – which is usually involved in bankruptcies – is a very important factor when …

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Black farmers to get $5 billion coronavirus relief bill to pay off debt and establish equity commission

Inside, President Joe Biden’s $1.9 trillion coronavirus relief bill includes $5 billion in funds for black farmers. The U.S. bailout has allocated $10.4 billion to farmers across the country, who were struggling before the coronavirus pandemic due to Trump’s trade war. However, half of this sum will go specifically to …

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A Small Business Owner’s Guide to Collecting Outstanding Debts

When you run a small business or work as a freelancer, you depend on your customers for your income. So what happens when a customer doesn’t respond to payment reminders, or simply refuses to pay? Small business owners have several options available to them to recover unpaid funds. Initial steps …

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Is it illegal for businesses to refuse to accept cash?

A number of viruses Facebook posts (including a of Mississippi State Senator Chad McMahan) argue that it is illegal for businesses not to accept cash payments for goods or services. The messages further claim that when the money is refused, the debt is legally recognized as paid. These messages come …

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If cash is king, how can stores refuse to take your dollars?

We have been talk about the transition of society to a cashless society for a long time, but it raises an important question: Can stores and other retail establishments refuse to take your dollars and cents? As strange as it may seem, it is no longer hypothetical because a small …

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Are businesses required by law to accept cash? It depends on where they are

You may have come across signs at some grocery stores and retail stores stating that they don’t accept cash due to a national coin shortage. This has created a number of misleading claims on social media, including the one we demystified who falsely said the parts shortage was planned. Now …

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AU sees rise in minority, black candidates, president says

In a campus-wide email sent to students, faculty and staff Monday morning, Auburn University President Jay Gogue said the university has seen a 37% increase in minority student applicants and an 18% increase in black student applicants during its current application period. which ends May 1. Gogue’s email follows the …

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British Prime Minister Johnson asks Rouhani to let the British-Iranian aid worker go home

LONDON (Reuters) – British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has told Iranian President Hassan Rouhani that British-Iranian aid worker Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe must be allowed to return home to be with her family. “The prime minister has raised the case of Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe and other dual British-Iranian nationals detained in Iran and …

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House votes to pardon federal unemployment overpayments

By Rudi Keller, Missouri Independent JEFFERSON CITY — A bipartisan unemployment overpayment pardon agreement dissolved Thursday at the Missouri House over the issue of how quickly help should be available. After voting 157 to 3 to send the bill authorizing the waiver of nearly $109 million in overpayments to the …

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Rising rates for most loans

Image source: Getty Images On March 10, 2021, average mortgage rates increased for most loans. See how much a mortgage at these rates could cost you. Although average mortgage rates no longer repeatedly hit new record lows, rates remain very competitive. In fact, despite the current uptick in rates on …

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Student loan competitions and promotions: what you need to know | Store student loan

Have you ever thought about winning the lottery to pay student loan debt? If so, you may not be aware that there are competitions and promotions specifically designed for student borrowers. While you don’t want to make this your cashback strategy and the odds are not in your favor, it …

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Many high school students don’t understand the financial aid process

Pamela Joe McFarlane | Getty Images Students’ knowledge of the financial aid process is “surprisingly low”. It is the conclusion of a new to study by ACT, which in April 2018 surveyed approximately 1,200 high school students who were registered to take the standardized test. Regardless of the economic background, …

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7 ways to pay for your education without a scholarship

Your child has entered the college of his dreams. But the acceptance letter did not mention any type of scholarship. Now what? The good news is that most students receive financial aid to pay for their college education, which lowers the cost of school. “sticker price.” At an average private …

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Students don’t need to go into so much debt

I have worked in education for many years, including higher education. If I read one more article about a student who goes into $100,000 debt on his way to a career in education, I’m going to explode. First of all, no student – ​​and especially not one who cannot afford …

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38% of students worry about not having money to cover tuition

Jacob Vanderwoude is worried pretty much all the time these days. About Covid-19 affecting his health. About distance learning courses affecting his grades. About being able to keep paying for college. A sophomore in computer engineering at Drexel University in Philadelphia, Vanderwoude told CNBC Make It that all of his …

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What the $300-a-month child benefit could mean for a family on the edge

To learn more about what that help would really mean, NPR spoke with three mothers about their needs and their hopes for their children. Shewona Ford, 40, St. Louis. Household income in the past year: approximately $17,000 Ford has eight children, ages 1 to 18. At the start of the …

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WITS University protest: South Africa’s student debt crisis turns deadly

Source: MICHELE SPATARI / Getty Aat least one person was reportedly killed on Wednesday as police responded with lethal force during ongoing protests against the montage student debt in South Africa. Photos and videos circulating on social media showed scenes of violence in Johannesburg’s Braamfontein central business district, including police …

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Domestic violence victims get help paying off debts after financial abuse

Ingrid* fled her abusive husband after he burned down their house. She and her young daughters were left homeless and had no money. Her husband had all the details of their bank accounts and their insurance policy, which he had withdrawn without her knowledge. When an insurance appraiser contacted Ingrid, …

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Debbie Lesko’s past includes debts, criminal charges and an abusive marriage

Representative Debbie Lesko has often noted a troubled first marriage with an abusive husband as a sign of how far her life has come. But Lesko’s past is more checkered than a bad marriage. His life story includes bankruptcies, multiple aliases, an arrest warrant, and multiple lawsuits for unpaid bills. …

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Debt collection scammer calls for increase during COVID-19 pandemic

HOUSTON, Texas – The Federal Trade Commission reports that it is already seeing an increase in debt complaints, either due to abusive collection tactics or scammers. We have seen bogus debt collectors in the past and usually they come out during an economic downturn. If you get a call from …

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Martin Lewis advises woman whose abusive boyfriend racked up £ 26,000 in debt on her behalf this morning

MARTIN Lewis has given advice to Britons who are victims of financial abuse by their partners after a woman’s boyfriend accumulates a debt of £ 26,000 on her behalf. The Money Guru told This Morning viewers today what to do if you are experiencing financial abuse and the typical signs …

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Women must stop paying the price for economic abuse

We can see that children are also victims of these situations, deprived of access to school trips and extra-curricular activities that would allow them to flourish. As economic abuse also continues and usually intensifies after separation, the child care service, which facilitates child support payments between separated parents, is routinely …

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Ex-wife loses property appeal, contempt litigation

Woman who sought to despise her ex-husband for failing to sell or refinance their family home lost appeal of denial of contempt, Indiana Court of Appeals noting that woman “thwarted” on several repeated human attempts to comply with their dissolution agreements. In Rhea A. Harris v. Kevin L. Copas, 20A-DR-1938, …

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Bill would grant policing powers to Illinois state lawmakers

“Stop, in the name of the Illinois General Assembly! “ A bill in Springfield would grant “peacekeeper” powers to all members of the Illinois General Assembly. After Illinois State officials and senators complete a law enforcement training course, Bill 724 would allow them to: Arrest or cause to be arrested, …

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Victims of Domestic Violence Often Struggle with Financial Debt | MSU Today

Women who leave abusive relationships suffer more than the physical injuries and emotional shockwaves caused by their former partners. New research from Michigan State University reveals the troubling financial situation women face as a result of the “forced debt” their partners place on their behalf, jeopardizing their chances to start …

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‘Forced Debt’ Follows Survivors of Domestic Violence

Share this Item You are free to share this article under the Attribution 4.0 International license. The “forced debt” that women who leave abusive relationships take with them can compromise their chances of starting over, research shows. Forced debt is created when abusive partner uses coercion or fraud to access …

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Petra Diamonds completes restructuring – MINING.COM

Each of these will take the form of a new senior second rank ticket. The new notes amount to approximately $ 337 million, and the remainder of the debt on the notes will be converted into equity, which will allow the group of note holders to own 91% of the …

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What to do exactly before filing for divorce

Make the decision to stay or move Unless you are faced with an abusive situation, it is normally in your best interest to wait to leave your home until the divorce proceedings are finalized. Even if you feel ready to live apart from your spouse, there are a few reasons …

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International Women’s Day: Domestic violence survivor thrives after escaping relationship, job and debt

Provided Today, March 8, marks International Women’s Day – a day to celebrate the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women. While you may immediately think of politicians or activists, it’s important to celebrate the victories women and girls experience every day, like leaving abusive relationships and moving up …

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Forcing women into debt is a sign of domestic violence

Despite a growing understanding that domestic violence when it comes to coercive and controlling behavior in recent years, we are still missing a crucial piece of the puzzle; an understanding of how economic exploitation spreads and reinforces this behavior. Recognized in the Domestic violence bill for the first time, economic …

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Bill would prevent Illinois lawmakers from obtaining public pensions

State lawmakers have dramatically abused and underfunded their own pension system. Ending it would be a plus, but only a constitutional amendment will stop the retirement debt from swallowing Illinois. In Illinois’ yawning debt sinkhole of public pension plans, the worst of the five systems neglected by state lawmakers is …

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Post-separation abuse – Lexology

Post-separation abuse – the last invisible channel and how it should be part of the domestic abuse bill Baroness Newlove called for victims of domestic violence to be protected after separating from their partner. This includes protection against financial and economic abuse, which can leave victims penniless and in significant …

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Russian regions face looming debt crisis

Since the onset of the coronavirus pandemic, many parts of Russia have been rocked by the shock of the additional spending needed to tackle the virus – and a new debt crisis is looming. Regional debt has always been a major headache for the Kremlin. While the federal government earns …

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Personal debt defaults almost doubled in one month

Nearly 800,000 people defaulted on their credit or loan obligations in October, with the number of people missing payments rising by about 370,000 last month. Biggest increase in missed payments since the start of the pandemic, which one? research suggests that nearly 6 percent of UK households defaulted on at …

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The non-crisis infrastructure bill – Divided We Fall

By Randal O’Toole – Senior Fellow, Cato Institute The most important thing to understand about the infrastructure crisis is that there is no such thing as an infrastructure crisis. All the talk about collapsing crumbling bridges and highways is just a trick to persuade Congress to spend hundreds of billions …

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Biden’s COVID-19 relief bill includes billions in aid to states that don’t need it

Democrats are on track to approve hundreds of billions of dollars in unconditional aid to state and local governments in the past coronavirus relief package, but new data suggests funding may not be needed after condition tax incomes came out of the pandemic largely unscathed. While some state and local …

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U.S. deficit rises amid COVID-19, but public concern about it is waning

Among the collateral damage of Coronavirus pandemic was the The US economy and the federal budget. The pandemic has caused massive economic disruption, and the government’s response has thrown the federal budget off balance more than it has in nearly eight decades. But Americans seem a little less concerned about …

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Horoscope for Monday, March 8, 2021

Moon alert Avoid shopping or making big decisions after 6:30 p.m. Chicago time for the rest of the day. The moon is in Capricorn. Aries (March 21-April 19) It’s a great day to reflect on the direction of your life. Are you going in the direction you want to go? …

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Manchester United, Real Madrid, PSG or Inter Miami: which club would suit Ronaldo best?

The phenomenal performances of Erling Haaland and Kylian Mbappe in the knockout stages of the Champions League have accelerated the discussion on whether the era of Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo is already over. It may well be premature, more a reflection of the current malaise surrounding Barcelona and Juventus …

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Dollar at one-week low as optimism lifts riskier assets

By John McCrank NEW YORK (Reuters) – The dollar fell to its lowest level in a week on Thursday as the European Central Bank said it would limit borrowing costs and an auction of Treasury bonds at 30 years has encountered sufficient demand to help stabilize yields, giving a boost …

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Cal Thomas, there’s a lot of pork to cut in this ‘relief’ bill

CAL THOMAS | Lubbock Avalanche Log President Biden has defied those who oppose the Democrats’ $ 1.9 trillion bill, falsely dubbed “COVID relief” or the more misleading “US bailout”. “What would they want me to cut?” ” he asks. Challenge accepted. Even the Washington Post editorial board thinks the spending …

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Bond Traders Clash With RBI Over Modi’s Big Borrowing Plans

Traders in India are once again testing the central bank’s commitment to support the huge loans. Tension appears in the benchmark 10-year bond as its yield continues to exceed 6%, a level that is seen as a line in the sand for the Reserve Bank of India. A near-record debt …

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Leonardo optimistic about prospects despite aerostructure problems | Invest News

MILAN (Reuters) – Italian aerospace and defense group Leonardo is confident it will meet its profit, debt and cash flow forecast this year despite larger losses in its Aerostructures division, said Wednesday senior leaders. Aerostructures, which produces parts for civil aircraft, will continue to receive lower orders from Boeing, meaning …

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Homeowners are worried about the avalanche of rent debts that will fall on them

This “Cancel Rent” message was posted on a phone booth in Chinatown, Lower Manhattan. The post has its own social media presence with #CANCELRENT. (Photo: Treetopz, via Wikimedia Commons) CARROLL GARDENS – Unpaid rent in New York City, estimated at $ 1 billion to $ 2 billion, could have a …

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The “long” and “short” of debt funds

Right now, as interest rates threaten to rise, investors are wondering which funds are appropriate and which funds should they come out. Before we discuss the orientation part, let’s take a look at some relevant facts to make it easier to understand. The 16 categories of debt funds are defined …

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Asian stocks mix as bond yields get easier

(RTTNews) – Asian stocks posted a mixed performance Wednesday despite a strong lead from Wall Street overnight. As Treasury yields stabilized, concerns over policy tightening in China kept investors spellbound. Chinese stocks ended a choppy session as investors reacted to mixed inflation data and signs of policy tightening. The benchmark …

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Worried about a layoff? 3 movements to do immediately

While this does not influence our opinions on the products, we may receive compensation from partners whose offers appear here. We are by your side, always. See our full advertiser disclosure. Image source: Getty Images Although the unemployment rate in the United States is considerably lower now than when it …

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Top 10 Proven Money Management Tips

Managing your budget is one of the toughest challenges in adult life. Paying taxes, tracking your expenses, investing, and dealing with emergencies – all of these can be a lot to manage. If you don’t want to live on a paycheck basis, rationing your budget and properly managing income and …

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3 signs you need to increase your emergency fund now

An emergency fund can be your ticket to avoiding financial disaster. When you have money in an emergency savings account, you’re less likely to need to borrow when you’re in the middle of a problem. Unexpected expenses won’t leave you with months or years of debt repayment. And it will …

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