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  • Being cautious about spending money is fine

    Being cautious about spending money is fine
    Dear Liz: I think I have a phobia about spending money. I'm a young professional who has devoted a lot of time to building up my savings account. I also contribute sizable amounts to my 401(k) and IRA each month. I pay off my credit cards each month,...
  • Too big to save

    Occasionally there is an opinion piece in the papers so clear in its analysis of a problem, so convincing in its argumentation, and so authoritative in its judgment that, on finishing it, a reader is tempted to just stand up and cheer. That's what I felt...
  • Determining goal for windfall will aid in deciding how to invest it

    Determining goal for windfall will aid in deciding how to invest it
    Dear Liz: Recently my mother passed away. My brother and I were fortunate enough to inherit a substantial amount of money from her life insurance. My brother and I do not want to spend this money and have placed the funds in brokerage accounts. My...
  • 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...
  • When A Hundred Million Dollar Day Isn't Worth Reporting

    When A Hundred Million Dollar Day Isn't Worth Reporting
    When the debt bomb explodes and the economy REALLY tanks you will probably run into people on the street asking “hey brother can you spare a million?” Far fetched? You may think so today but that means you’re not reading the news. So...
  • Stretching Your Dollar: Protecting your finances during a disaster

    Stretching Your Dollar: Protecting your finances during a disaster
    When protecting your loved ones during a disaster, do not forget to also think ahead and safeguard your finances.    The first must-do is to put copies of your insurance policies, identification and bank account records in at least two places, with one...
  • Conventions interested in using Georgia Street following Super Bowl success

    Conventions interested in using Georgia Street following Super Bowl success
    Four days after Super Bowl XLVI, Fox59 has learned two big Indianapolis conventions have inquired about using Georgia Street as part of their activities. According to Chris Gahl, VP of Marketing and Communications for the Indianapolis Convention and...
  • Local woman says she was 'ripped off' after filing for refund anticipation loan

    Local woman says she was 'ripped off' after filing for refund anticipation loan
    “Ripped off, taken, scammed,” said Ashley Everman, about how she felt after trying to get a rapid anticipation loan, which she thought would provide her with $1,500 within 24 hours of filing her taxes. She said she did not find out until...
  • Final jobs report before election gives ammo for both sides

    Final jobs report before election gives ammo for both sides
    The final set of monthly jobs data before Tuesday's presidential election provided both campaigns fodder to drive home their closing arguments on jobs and the economy, with President Barack Obama's team arguing the numbers show the economy on the...
  • 30K Firefighters arrive for 18th Annual FDIC

    30K Firefighters arrive for 18th Annual FDIC
    A total of 30,000 firefighters from across the country and around the globe are in the Circle City this week for the annual Fire Department Instructors Conference. On Monday, hundreds of firefighters took part in hands-on training using real life...
  • Sallie Mae's loan terms violated rights of military service members, officials say

     
    About 60,000 service members will receive a cut of $96 million in settlements that federal regulators announced Tuesday with student loan servicer Sallie Mae over allegations that its terms violated service members' rights. Authorities alleged Sallie...
  • FDIC Chairwoman Sheila Bair will step down in July

     
    FDIC Chairwoman Sheila C. Bair will step down on July 8, the agency said. Bair's departure from the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. had been expected. Her five-year term as chairwoman ends next month, and she was clear in stating that......