News

2017

June

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  • Does God want you to spend $300,000 on college?. Anyone contemplating the full cost of attendance at what is arguably the nation’s most prominent Catholic undergraduate institution probably wonders just how big those checks are for four years here. Families with teenagers starting this…
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  • Trump seeks sharp cuts to housing aid. President Trump’s budget calls for sharply reducing funding for programs that shelter the poor and combat homelessness — with a notable exception: It leaves intact a type of federal housing subsidy that is paid directly…
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  • EEUU: Viviendas caras desalientan compras, suben alquileres. Una escasa oferta está haciendo subir los precios de las viviendas en grandes sectores de áreas metropolitanas, desde Nueva York y Miami hasta Los Ángeles, ahuyentando a potenciales compradores, postergando el sueño de la casa…
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  • Trump wants to hide your complaints about Wall Street. The U.S. Department of the Treasury formally recommended that Congress and the White House stop public access to a database that collects consumer complaints about financial companies, tracks responses, and records whether consumers end up satisfied. The Treasury…
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  • Comprar casa ¿misión imposible?. Los préstamos FHA ayudan a pasar la primera barrera, el pago inicial de la adquisición de una vivienda Dicen los expertos en finanzas personales que hay que dedicar no más del 30% de los ingresos…
  • Trump's Wall Street game plan needs players. Wall Street banks on Tuesday cheered U.S. President Donald Trump's plans to loosen the leash put on them in the wake of the 2008 financial crisis but they do not expect significant change any time…
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  • How much you would need to afford rent in your state. There is nowhere in this country where someone working a full-time minimum wage job could afford to rent a two-bedroom apartment, according to an annual report released Thursday documenting the gap between wages and the…
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  • Landlord Steve Croman to serve 1 Year for tax fraud (Chinese). (本報訊)長期名列紐約市最壞房東名單上的地產大亨史蒂芬·格羅曼(Steven Croman)去年被控20項重罪,紐約州總檢長史樹德昨(6日)發表聲明稱,格羅曼已於日前承認自己以欺詐手段騙取貸款重新融資以及稅務詐騙等行為。
  • How House bill would dismantle Dodd-Frank reforms. The House of Representatives is preparing to vote on Thursday on a bill intended to make sweeping changes to the financial regulatory system. Here are some of the most significant changes in the nearly 600-page…
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  • CFPB defenders brace for House vote on Dodd-Frank rollback. Progressive lawmakers and political groups are attempting to rally opposition before the House votes on the Financial CHOICE Act this week. That bill, sponsored by House Financial Services Committee Chairman Jeb Hensarling (R-Texas), would roll…
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  • Reforms on the table for new kind of home-improvement loan. Home financing programs, formally known as Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE), are established by governments to help homeowners pay for energy-efficient appliances and projects through loans that are paid back as line items on their…
 

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