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Nearly one in 10 Minnesota homeowners "seriously underwater" on their mortgage Posted by: Jim Buchta under Foreclosures Updated: April 17, 2014 - 10:25 AM With house prices rising, fewer people owe more than their house is worth, but those "upside-
Thursday, April 17, 2014 Sponsored Links The Atlanta Journal-Constitution Georgia's unemployment rate declined to 7.0 percent in March from 7.1 percent in February to hit the lowest level since September 2008, the state labor department said Thursday.
In the longer term, the jobless trend is still upwards, with an average increase of 5,000 people joining the unemployment ranks a month. Women were hardest hit in the first three months of the year as jobs continued to go in the care services and
Union leaders in Detroit want $100 million in federal funding earmarked for homeowner assistance to help make up a $3.5 billion shortfall in the retirement system for city workers, The Wall Street Journal reported Wednesday. Under the plan being
But it also felt the elation of many who had feared a more dire outcome.
The House Finance Committee has heard testimony on a bill that would prohibit "pay day" lenders from charging as much as 260 percent interest on the loans. The legislation, sponsored by Rep. Frank Ferri, was being considered Wednesday afternoon.
A lawsuit brought by public sector unions and retirees over Rhode Island's 2011 pension overhaul can now move forward, a judge ruled Wednesday, days after both sides said a lengthy mediation had failed. More News Superior Court Judge Sarah Taft-
Palm Drive Hospital was granted a $450,000 emergency loan less than what it was seeking from a U.S. bankruptcy court judge, which will help the cash-strapped hospital make payroll and meeting operating expenses through bankruptcy proceedings. Palm
Several years ago, I watched in amazement when the CEO of a major identity theft protection firm, appeared in a series of commercials waving his Social Security card in the air, parading his Social Security number on a billboard through heavily
The Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre says it received more than 19,000 identity fraud reports last year. Canadian Press business reporter Linda Nguyen looks at ways you can protect yourself against identity theft. Account Recovery & Fraud Management, TD