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Oct 12, 2015 | via Finance and Commerce
Financial Planning Association of Minnesota is holding its annual Twin Cities Financial Planning Day on Saturday, Oct. 17, at the Wilder Foundation, 451 Lexington Parkway N., St. Paul Many of Minnesota's top financial planners will be on hand to offer free one-on-one advice to individuals on a wide range of financial topics, including: budgeting, getting out of debt, taxes, mortgages, paying for college, estate planning and insurance. Twin Cities Financial Planning Day is a signature event of the Financial Planning Association of Minnesota, which, according to organizers, is dedicated to increasing financial literacy in the community. Comment?
Oct 8, 2015 | via Insight News
On Saturday, October 17, 2015, 10:00 am - 2:00 pm, Minnesota's top financial professionals will give free financial advice to Twin Cities residents at Wilder Center, 451 Lexington Parkway North, St. Paul, Minnesota. The sixth annual Twin Cities Financial Planning Day is an opportunity for community members who need advice about a wide range of topics, including budgeting, getting out of debt, taxes, mortgages, paying for college, estate planning, and insurance. Comment?
Jan 4, 2016 | via CBS Local
"Critical illness" insurance is surging in popularity as consumers look for ways to fill holes in their coverage. The specialized coverage can help people who might struggle to pay out-of-pocket costs because it pays for things that conventional plans don't. Comment?
Thursday Jan 21 | via CBS Local
Sen. Franken's proposal comes just one week after the state of Minnesota announced its own student loan refinancing program, and as college affordability has become a major topic in the presidential race. A recent study shows Minnesotans have the 5th highest student debt load in the nation with an average of just over $31,000. Comment?
Thursday Jan 21 | via The CPA Technology Advisor
Minnesota state officials are trying to take some of the sting out of high student-loan debt, rolling out a new program that could allow thousands of residents to refinance student loans and drive down monthly payments. "If a student is graduating with such a high debt load, it makes it just so much more difficult for them to do so much more in our economy, whether it is buy a house or start a small business or buy a car," Lt. Comment?
Thursday Jan 21 | via Owatonna People's Press
"No one knows what will happen tomorrow, but this is a trend we hope continues," said Rick Kvien, Steele County Recorder. Comment?
Dec 14, 2015 | via MarketWatch
Andy Asbury is a broker/owner and top producer at Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate All Seasons in Minnesota . Having led the charge to bring BHGRE to the Twin Cities, Andy now co-leads a team of 140 agents, where he focuses on creating technologies and efficiencies to help his agents do better, smarter business. Comment?
18 min ago | via Weekday Magazine
Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev has called a meeting on February 8 with senior government and banking officials to discuss the country's financial and economic troubles including measures aimed at supporting Russia's troubled banking sector. Those scheduled to attend the meeting include First Deputy Prime Minister Igor Shuvalov, Finance Minister Anton Siluanov, Economic Development Minister Alexei Ulyukayev, and Central Bank chief Elvira Nabiullina. Comment?
21 min ago | via The Globe and Mail
A real estate technique in which Vancouver-area properties flip one or more times before a deal closes - bringing profits for speculators but higher prices for buyers - is sparking calls for a public inquiry. Vancouver MLA David Eby is demanding that the B.C. government appoint an independent investigator to hold an inquiry into the real estate industry and the effectiveness of the regulatory system, in the wake of a Globe and Mail report published Saturday . Comment?
32 min ago | via Peshtigo Times Wisconsin Community Newspaper
The Village of Coleman is now in possession of the mortgage for the former Cal Compe car dealership building. Comment?
46 min ago | via Bangkok Post
The government has introduced a wave of measures in efforts to revive the economy but red tape is delaying disbursement of funds Much funding has gone to villages in the government's efforts to salvage the economy in rural areas struggling from low farm prices and the drought.a Deputy Prime Minister Somkid Jatusripitak's appointment at the economic helm late last August was followed by rapid-fire launches of stimulus measures to revive the slowing economy. Measures worth more than 400 billion baht were announced but disbursement of the funds was slow, snagged by red tape. Comment?
47 min ago | via Bangkok Post
The government expects to earn double the cost of its subsidies for stimulus measures, says permanent secretary for finance Somchai Sujjapongse. The measures will boost people's spending and economic growth and the government's tax revenue will double, he said, referring to a Finance Ministry study. Comment?
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