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Interview with C Michael Exteriors, Part One

C Michael Exteriors is a family-owned home improvement contracting business run by Bill and Cyndy Bergmann in Missouri. They have a long history in the industry and are dedicated to running their business the right way. 1,086 more words

Business

A Legal Battle Brews Over the Power of America’s Consumer Finance Watchdog - By YUKA HAYASHI Jan. 24, 2016 5:33 a.m. ET

Four years after the agency’s creation, debate still rages over its authority

WASHINGTON—In late 2014, an in-house judge for the government’s new consumer-finance watchdog ruled that a New Jersey lender took illegal “kickbacks” from mortgage insurers, boosting costs for borrowers. 334 more words

Point Of Interest

An Analysis Of The Major Players In This Growing Industry By Scott McIntyre

So looking for a job post in a managerial or executive level? An MBA degree might be of your help! The job prospect for an MBA student is probably better than for any other career. 189 more words

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Introduction. These handy paper towels were invented by Sir Arthur Scott and have been around for more than a hundred years. After this invention, electrical technology became distinct from electronics and was given a different identity. 169 more words

Consumer Finance Options for After the Holiday Season

Using Consumer Finance Options for Smarter Business

The holidays are typically an extremely busy time of year for most retailers. While the lull following the storm might be a welcome break, you are likely already looking ahead to how you can increase your business during the weeks following the holiday rush. 430 more words

The HELPcard

Actually, you can make $250,000 and be middle class in America

The question of who falls into the ranks of the US middle class was raised this week in a New York Times op-ed as a challenge to presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton’s promise not to raise taxes on that coveted group, which she defines, like other Democrats before her, as anyone who earns less than $250,000 a year. 525 more words

Everyday Rip-Offs (Part 2): Payday Loans

Sometimes I wonder how some people sleep at night.

And I went to prison.

Preying on the financially unsophisticated – the poor – is a big business. 487 more words

Personal Finance