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The Sears Canada Bankruptcy

June 29, 2017 | Posted in News

On June 22nd, 2017, Sears Canada filed for bankruptcy. First, we should ask: How is this different and similar from filing bankruptcy in the United States? An oversight committee will be assigned to keep an eye on the financial day to day operations of the company without having direct control. The Sears Canada bankruptcy was filed […]

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Family Friendly Activities in Dayton OH

June 7, 2017 | Posted in News

Sometimes referred to as ‘the birthplace of aviation’, the city of Dayton in Ohio has a glorious history that boasts of personalities such as the Wright brothers who conceived and created the very first gliders and laid the foundation for a world where a man could fly! The city of Dayton is still deeply rooted […]

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Dayton Ohio Spring Break Activities

March 22, 2017 | Posted in News

Spring is here, which means one thing. Spring Break is a few days away. Next week is a time for family fun in the sun. Here are some Dayton Ohio Spring Break Activities activities.  We want you to have  fun, but don’t forget to stick to your budget. Dayton Ohio Spring Break Activities Boonshoft Museum […]

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College Degrees Valuable Despite Costs

March 8, 2017 | Posted in News

In recent years you hear people say things like “college isn’t worth it” or “not enough payout”.  It is true that tuition costs have risen to record levels. The number of people borrowing to cover costs has also increased. However, a new report suggests college degrees valuable despite costs. College Degree Valuable Despite Costs By […]

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Student Loan Debt Relief Plan

January 12, 2017 | Posted in News

Students and graduates all over the country are facing increasing tuition costs and a lot of student loan debt. This week, the Maryland Governor announced a plan to combat both of these growing problems. Governor Larry Hogan stated he will propose a new bill as part of a student loan debt relief plan. The Current State […]

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The Post-Election Stock Market

November 11, 2016 | Posted in News

After a tumultuous week in U.S. news there has been much to say not only about the outcome of the election, but the state of our financial backbone. Many predicted a turbulent stock market as election night approached, and to little surprise the stock market has performed just as expected: a rollercoaster of percentages. The […]

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Ohio Bankruptcy Cases on the Rise

October 18, 2016 | Posted in News

Ohio Bankruptcy Cases increased in volume in northwest Ohio for the second month in a row in September 2016. This is the first time in 7 years that there has been a month over month increase in bankruptcy filings. So why then, are there is increase numbers of cases in northwest Ohio and is this […]

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Finally! Feds take action against Title Lenders!

September 27, 2016 | Posted in News

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) rocks! It just fined the parent company of TitleMax, a whopping $9 million for misleading consumers, regarding the terms and costs of their high-priced loans, The Hill reported today. CFPB says that TitleMax also used illegal debt collection tactics. “They lured consumers into more expensive loans with information that […]

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The Real Story Behind the Trump Bankruptcies

August 9, 2016 | Posted in News

With the election campaigns of 2016 in full swing across the United States there is plenty of talk surrounding the Republican nominee’s propensity to seek bankruptcy protection numerous times in the course of his apparently glorious and successful reign as the most important business man in the history of finance. What is the real story? […]

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