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  • New Kent proposing one-cent real estate tax decrease in FY15

    New Kent proposing one-cent real estate tax decrease in FY15
    NEW KENT –┬áNew Kent County is proposing a one-cent real estate tax rate decrease in Fiscal Year (FY) 2015. County Administrator Rodney Hathaway is proposing a $65.24 million FY15 budget, and a real estate tax drop from 85 to 84 cents per $100 of...
  • Abe bets he can break Japan sales tax jinx with April 1 rise

    TOKYO (Reuters) - Shinzo Abe has already ensured himself a place in Japan's history books with his comeback as prime minister five years after a brief, troubled first term. Now he aims to break another jinx by implementing a sales tax increase, a move...
  • The Caribbean's quest for reparations expands to seek compensation for genocide

    BYREA, St. Vincent The 360-foot, weather-beaten tunnel, carved out of volcanic rock and leading to the rough surf of the Atlantic, remains one of the few remnants of this eastern Caribbean island's defiant past. Constructed by shackled black hands in the...
  • OECD sees developed economies' debt topping post-war highs this year

    PARIS (Reuters) - The combined debt burden of the biggest developed economies will surpass this year record levels seen at the end of World War II, adding pressure on governments as they roll over post-crisis debts, the OECD said on Friday. Gross...
  • To slay the debt dragon, keep on chipping away

    Six years ago, Cherie and Brian Lowe decided they'd had enough with being in debt. The couple, who live in Greenwood, Ind., owed more than $127,000 in student loans, credit card bills, auto loans and more. With a second child on the way, they worried...
  • Spooked by defaults, China banks begin retreat from risk

    BEIJING (Reuters) - Some of China's struggling firms are finally getting the reception that regulators have been hoping for - a cold shoulder from banks in the form of smaller and costlier loans. Reuters has contacted over 80 companies with elevated debt...
  • Village revenues on the rise in Plainfield

    Village revenues on the rise in Plainfield
    A proposed draft of the 2014-15 Plainfield budget shows that revenues in the suburb are increasing. At a committee-of-the-whole meeting on Monday, Traci Pleckham, director of management services, told trustees that revenues are projected to be near $47.2...
  • ECB's Visco warns on deflation, says markets could turn on Italy

    PAVIA, Italy (Reuters) - European Central Bank board member Ignazio Visco said on Tuesday that the risk of excessively low price expectations in the euro zone must be tackled decisively to prevent any risk of a deflationary spiral. With euro zone...
  • Local Voices Lake: March 27 edition

    Local Voices Lake: March 27 edition
    Letters to the editor from Lake Forest, Libertyville and Highland Park. Business owners This is concerning raising the minimum wage. An employer looks at a new law and considers what he has to do to comply with it. A raise for his workers of about...
  • District 304 to abate nearly $6 million in annual tax levy

    District 304 to abate nearly $6 million in annual tax levy
    The Geneva School District 304 School Board voted unanimously Monday night to abate $5.9 million to taxpayers in an effort to keep bills more consistent. It's a move the district has used in recent years – it levies a set amount one year, then...
  • Florida Panthers workshop: Live blogging, live-stream

    Below: A chronology of today's Florida Panthers / Broward County Commission meeting, with highlights of all that was said. Bottom line: A majority of commissioners support giving more hotel taxes to the team. The Broward County Commission is holding...
  • Mayor seeks to borrow up to $900 million more

    Mayor seeks to borrow  up to $900 million more
    In a move that will add to the city's mountain of debt, Mayor Rahm Emanuel won support Monday from the City Council's Finance Committee to issue up to $900 million in bonds backed by property taxes. It's the largest request put forth during Emanuel's...