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  • Want to learn about managing money? Free classes on Saturday

    Want to learn about managing money? Free classes on Saturday
    Want to wisely spend, save and invest? Two free programs are offering money management classes Saturday, with certified financial planners holding one in Hollywood and a credit union sponsoring another in Plantation. In Hollywood, the financial planners...
  • LIRR Workers' Illegal Scheme Pays Off, Even If They're Convicted: Feds

    LIRR Workers' Illegal Scheme Pays Off, Even If They're Convicted: Feds
    At a time when pension payments are straining government budgets nationwide, forcing layoffs of teachers, police and other municipal workers, investigators arrest nearly a dozen people in connection with what prosecutors call a pension scam that has...
  • It's Your Money: Are You Currently Planning Your Kids' Retirement?

    It's Your Money: Are You Currently Planning Your Kids' Retirement?
    As many adults scramble to salvage their retirement income, imagine what it could be like for your kids, if you don't start planning now. Retirement expert Rick Rodgers offers easy and affordable ways to prepare for their children's retirement. • Fun or...
  • Pay local property taxes now and save in 2 ways

    Pay local property taxes now and save in 2 ways
    A reader in Tuesday's online chat wondered: Should we pay our property taxes in 2011 or wait until 2012? Certified financial planner Harold Evensky promptly answered back: "You should pay now." He gave two reasons: The first is that "the earlier you...
  • Tips to Increase Your Tax Refund

    Year-End Giving: The end of the year is the traditional time for making gifts. For 2011, you may give up to $13,000 to a person without incurring any federal gift tax liability (the $13,000 annual limit applies to each donee).  If you are married, you...
  • The difference can add years to your life

    The difference can add years to your life
    The 50-something former college dropout who returned to campus to finish his degree — and play football. The health nut grandmother who spends her time writing and performing rock 'n roll. The nursing coordinator and schoolteacher couple who...
  • Saving, cutting debt are main goals for 2012

    Saving, cutting debt are main goals for 2012
    Most Floridians are like those polled in a new survey: They want to cut their debt this year, according to Greg Jensen, a Sunrise-based managing partner of New York Life Insurance CO. that commissioned the poll. The New York Life Kitchen Table Pulse...
  • Latino association announces awards

    The Glendale Latino Assn. announced its Woman of the Year, Man of the Year and Organization of the Year for 2012. The following members will be presented with a Community Award on Feb. 23 at the La Cañada Flintridge Country Club. Denise Miller, Woman of...
  • Best Bank: Chase Bank

    Best Bank: Chase Bank
    Chase Bank Multiple area locations www.chase.com It has now been more than two years since JP Morgan Chase banks arrived on the West Coast, opening a majority of its branches (and jobs in Southern California. Offering a wide range of services to its...
  • Pitfall in this saving strategy

    Pitfall in this saving strategy
    Dear Liz: I'm self-employed and have a Simplified Employee Pension account. Every year I borrow from an equity line to contribute the maximum to this account. My wife questions whether we are ahead by doing this. I say yes because we obviously save on the...
  • Be careful if borrowing from retirement plan

    With home equity tapped out amid the housing slowdown, cash-strapped Americans may turn next to their retirement plans. Such a strategy is almost always one of the biggest taboos in retirement planning, but if you must do it, there are right and wrong...
  • Fannie CEO dumps McCain for Obama

     
    Newly-installed Fannie Mae CEO Herb Allison, Jr. was national finance chair of John McCain's Republican presidential bid in 2000 and as recently as 2006 he wrote a $5,000 check to McCain's Straight Talk America PAC. But a year later Allison switched his...