Archive for June 24th, 2018

Residents in a Schofield neighborhood have discovered that a portion of their properties are owned by the Canadian National Railway, despite the fact that they've spent years paying mortgages and property taxes. T

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My story isn’t at all uncommon.

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Welcome to the magic of compounding — and consistency

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The tariffs are targeted with laser-like precision at the local econ omies of rural and small-town America.

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Not all firearms are equally profitable.

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Property companies advertising their proximity to Facebook’s campus are giving low-income residents a choice: pay a huge rent increase or move out

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The metro area has been divided into ever smaller pieces segregated by race and class. If Stockbridge splits up, the poorer parts will be left with $15.5 million of debt.

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Of all the president’s tariff threats, his targeting of the Chinese is the most popular, but if the levies actually take effect in two weeks as scheduled, the political pain will come soon after.

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How you spend your time determines a lot about your financial circumstances, says Tom Corley, author of "Rich Habits."

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Don’t do anything rash.

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This week, the Supreme Court ruled states can now force all online retailers to collect sales tax.

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Do you want to end up as a wealthy retiree and not be scraping together a living? Avoiding these key mistakes through your lifetime should help.

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