The Federal Reserve signaled Wednesday that it may start raising its benchmark interest rate sometime next year, a sign that it's concerned that high inflation pressures may persist.
Ana de Armas was desperate to do her action scenes perfectly in the new 'James Bond' film 'No Time To Die'.
Facing major fiscal hurdles, Central Penn College has altered its request to Cumberland County for financial assistance in converting the school to a nonprofit entity.
With interest rates currently at a three-year low, it is clear that home values are on the rise. This makes it a great time to purchase a home — especially for first-time buyers. However, buying a home is no cakewalk; it must be handled with great care, and you must be prepared before applying. Here are a few important tips to get you started in the right direction.
1. Pull your credit report
First, check your credit report. Then, search for a mortgage lender who lends to people with your score. Before filling out the papers for a home mortgage loan, you may want to take a peek into your credit file. Having adverse credit can not only limit the amount the lender is willing to let you borrow, but it can also cause you to pay a much higher interest rate in comparison to someone with average to excellent credit. If you have serious debts on your credit file (such as outstanding loans, bankruptcy, or a high amount of debt), this can stop you from even obtaining...
The recent refinancing of Series 2016A Bonds will save South Middleton School District just over $1 million in interest payments through June 2040
'Serial stowaway' Marilyn Hartman is being held without bond following her arrest at Chicago's O'Hare International Airport on Tuesday after she left the residential facility where she was being electronically monitored.
There’s no one-size-fits-all approach for meeting your investing goals. A strategy that works for retirement savings could be a poor fit for a home down payment or your emergency fund. Let’s take a look at some basic investing strategies for short-, medium- and long-term goals. It’s all a matter of balancing your tolerance for risk, […]
This auction might leave you shaken but stirred as one of 007’s most iconic weapons goes up for auction, next month possibly nabbing up to $20…
South Middleton School Board may reconsider a proposal next spring to refinance Series 2016 bonds. A motion to refinance early using a different method was defeated 7-2 Monday.
Financial consultant Brad Remig recently outlined two options that the South Middleton School Board could consider to refinance Series 2016 bonds.
A Tulsa high school, home to author S.E. Hinton and Rock n' Roll Hall of Fame member Leon Russell, was planning to host a football game at its…
Be aware of the close relationships your dog has formed over the past summer weeks. If they happen to be with a family member who is visiting for the summer or who is planning to move out this fall, try fostering new bonds between your dog and a family member who will continue to live in the house full time.
South Middleton School District stands to save almost $293,000 in interest payments through the refinancing of Series 2015 bonds.
The South Middleton School Board considers a proposal to refinance bonds in the midst of market instability caused by the coronavirus
Among the moves, the school board agreed to transfer $250,000 from the district’s general fund to its capital reserve fund for “future projects.” The transfer was included in the district’s 2019-20 budget.
If bonds are part of your investment strategy, consider buying tax-exempt bonds. Municipal bonds may be "triple tax-free" because the interest is not only exempt from federal taxes, they're also exempt from state and local taxes if you live in that state and municipality.
HARRISBURG — Thirteen large financial firms have agreed to pay $337 million to settle claims by Pennsylvania's treasury department and about a…
Carlisle Area School Board could vote next week on a resolution to refinance about $3.35 million in 2015 Series B bonds for a five-digit savin…
Carlisle Area School Board may consider refinancing about $3.35 million in 2015 Series B bonds for a projected savings of up to $91,331 in interest.
Torsella's office and its fellow plaintiffs claim the institutions violated federal antitrust laws by conspiring to increase prices in bond transactions from 2009 through 2015.
HARRISBURG — Pennsylvania’s treasury department is accusing about a dozen large financial firms of working together to illegally inflate the p…