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Free personal finance classes can help you avoid expensive mistakes

Free personal finance classes can help you avoid expensive mistakes

(Pexels Photo) PHOENIX — When it comes to personal finance, a lack of knowledge can lead to expensive mistakes. That’s where the free MoneySKILL financial literacy program comes in. “The name speaks for itself. It’s to teach life skills about managing money,” Tim Stanley, board chair of the American Financial Services Association Education Foundation, told […]

UK's Domino's Pizza announces abrupt departure of finance chief

UK's Domino's Pizza announces abrupt departure of finance chief

Adam Samson in London June 12, 2018 Print this page The finance chief at the UK’s Domino’s Pizza has resigned effective on Monday, the company disclosed on Tuesday without providing further details on the reasons behind her departure. Rachel Osborne, who was appointed chief financial officer in October 2016, will also leave her post on […]

Economist defends activity of offshore finance centres

Diego Zuluaga, a policy analyst at the Cato Institute, based in Washington DC, has published a paper called Offshore Bet defending the role of offshore finance centres, such as Jersey, which are often criticised and labelled ‘tax havens’. The report says that offshore centres are often wrongly accused of the illegal activity of tax evasion […]

Week ahead in business and finance

Week ahead in business and finance

Today No FTSE 350 companies reporting Economics: Trade balance (UK), Industrial production (UK), Construction output (UK), NIESR GDP estimate (UK) Tomorrow Online fast-fashion giant Boohoo.com is recapturing its share price momentum after soothing investors’ concerns over stuttering growth. Since sinking to a one-year low in April, its shares have surged 50pc ahead of its first-quarter […]

Finance panel approves school safety locks

Finance panel approves school safety locks

By AUTUMN HUGHES Funding for school safety was part of the discussion when the Bradley County Commission’s Finance Committee met on Thursday to go over the 2018-2019 budget. Bradley County Mayor D. Gary Davis presented his budget proposal to the Commission last week. The committee recommended approval of $250,000 for so-called Columbine locks for the […]

After 40-Minute Hearing, RI House Finance Committee Approves $9.55B Budget

After 40-Minute Hearing, RI House Finance Committee Approves $9.55B Budget

After little discussion during a 40-minute hearing, the House Finance Committee approved Friday a $9.55 billion budget for the fiscal year beginning July 1 that restores money for human service programs, kills a proposed 25 cent per pack hike in the cigarette tax and gives voters the chance in November to direct $250 million to […]

5 trends driving the transformation of finance

5 trends driving the transformation of finance

5 trends driving the transformation of finance  Boston Business Journal Full coverage Source link

7-Attorney Real Estate Finance Group Heads to King & Spalding

7-Attorney Real Estate Finance Group Heads to King & Spalding

Courtesy photo King & Spalding has added a seven-attorney real estate finance group in New York from a midsize Boston-based firm. The attorneys joining King & Spalding as of June 1 include partners Erik Anderson, Elizabeth Gable and Jared Zaben, as well as four counsel: Brett Nizzo, Nathan Pagett, Julian Buchbinder and David Hart. The […]

Alliant Energy Finance, LLC Announces Pricing of Senior Notes Offering

Alliant Energy Finance, LLC Announces Pricing of Senior Notes Offering

The net proceeds from this offering are intended to be used to retire AEF’s variable-rate term loan credit agreements expiring in 2018, to reduce the Company’s outstanding commercial paper and for general corporate purposes. The Notes will be offered and sold to qualified institutional buyers in reliance on Rule 144A under the Securities Act of […]

Finance committee readies for Thursday hearing

Finance committee readies for Thursday hearing

No major budget changes have emerged from discussions on the Winston-Salem City Council’s Finance Committee, although the council has yet to hear public comments from community agencies that rely on city help each year to make their budgets balance. The city received almost $6 million in requests from various community non-profits and programs that provide […]