Financial

April is Community College Month!

After so many lost jobs and social upheaval in 2020, communities are relying more than ever on their colleges to deliver programs that will allow people to return to work and improve their financial situation and peace of mind. Since 1927, St. Petersburg College has been doing just that – …

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Living Debt Free – Daily Monitor

By Dorothy Nakaweesi As I flip through the newspapers, the one piece of information I would focus on the most is the list of names and faces of people reported due to non-payment of loans. Some of these cases end up in court; some are bailed out while others end …

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Personal credit activity continues to improve in January-March: HDFC

Mortgage lender HDFC Ltd said on Saturday that the company’s individual lending business continued to improve in the January-March 2021 quarter and that loans worth 7.503 crore were made to its banking subsidiary. “Personal credit activity continued to experience strong improvements during the quarter ended March 31, 2021. “During the …

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Michigan landfill plans to inject waste under shrinking aquifer

COOPERSVILLE, MI – A national waste disposal company wants to inject liquid waste deep under a narrowing aquifer which is exploited for drinking water in western Michigan. Republic Services is seeking approval from the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to construct two injection wells at its Ottawa Farms landfill site …

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MBA borrowers could benefit from Covid relief provision

President Joe Biden signed the covid relief bill, the American Rescue Plan Act, on March 11, which contains a provision that eliminates taxes on loan forgiveness until 2025. The American Rescue Plan Act, enacted by President Joe Biden on March 11, is 5,600 pages long. It contains a key provision …

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