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Reasons to Refinance

Low mortgage rates have recently unleashed a huge trend of refinancing, which has served as a windfall for millions of consumers.  However, what will happen after those rates are gone?  This is all the more reason to refinance your mortgage.  This can accomplish different things for different people, and the more you know about what […]

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Lowering Your Mortgage Payment

If you’re thinking of buying a home soon, then it makes sense that you’ll want to get the most out of your money at the lowest possible cost.  This includes your monthly mortgage.  Since most people buy homes these days through mortgage loans, you want to know how you can get the lowest possible payment. […]

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Trump and Small Businesses

Yesterday, Trump issued an executive order aimed at significantly reducing regulation for businesses.  While navigating regulations are a large part of any businesses, they can be both cumbersome and costly for smaller businesses where resources are more often than not scarce.  A 2017 Small Business Regulations Survey found that the average small business owner spends […]

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Words To Avoid At Work

The kind of talk that’s now accepted at work has changed dramatically since I started work.  Nonetheless, it’s important to make sure you don’t get too caught up in the laid-back environment of the modern workplace. The wrong words can make you come across as unprofessional, hindering your chances of job advancement.  Here are five […]

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The Recovery of Housing?

While it’s been a long, long time coming, the housing sector in the US is finally starting to look better, thanks to millennials and homebuilders, who are starting to produce more of the “starter houses” that young homeowners are demanding.  This is the conclusion drawn from a new report yesterday, showing that more new homes […]

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Bussmann Steps Down

Oliver Bussmann, chief information officer at UBS, is stepping down from the role, a move that was announced internally earlier today.  The memo didn’t say where Bussmann will be going, and he isn’t yet available for comment.  A spokesman for the bank said that the company should be okay, as “technology innovation…isn’t tied to a […]

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Cruz’s “Awkward” Interview

While most Republicans that show up on Sean Hannity’s program expect a friendly interview, some of Cruz’s supporters were upset with what they called an “awkward” encounter.  Shortly before the pre-taped interview aired, Cruz’s director Brian Phillips suggested it might be the candidate’s last appearance with Hannity, who he said spent half the interview pushing […]

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The Challenge Facing the GOP

Back in the spring, Marco Rubio’s pollster Whit Ayres laid out a potential harsh truth: for a Republican presidential nominee to win in 2016, they would need to capture 40% of the Latino vote.  That is, of course, unless a candidate would get Reagan-like numbers among white voters.  Although this seems somewhat shocking, it does […]

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GOP Debate Draws Millions

Last night’s Republican Presidential debate on CNN averaged at 18 million viewers, thanks in no small part to the can’t-look-away Donald Trump, making it the third-most-watched primary debate of all time.  The two-hour debate was at the same time as hit drama “NCIS: Los Angeles” and the season finale of “The Voice”, and outrated both […]

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Trump in the Debate

In the debates last night, Donald Trump once again failed to bring fresh ideas on economic issues, which Americans seem to care about more than anything else.  During the debate, CNN’s Dana Bash pushed the presidential hopeful on whether wealthy Americans should be receiving modest monthly payments from the government after they retire.  The average […]

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