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  • Senate action gives tax relief to short-sellers this year, not next

    For David Foster of Chicago, it was a stunning and welcome early Christmas present for him, his wife and three young children. The Senate's 11th-hour extension of the Mortgage Forgiveness Debt Relief Act through Dec. 31 will save Foster, who works for a...
  • Dave Barry 2014 year in review

    It was a year of mysteries. To list some of the more baffling ones: A huge airliner simply vanished, and to this day nobody has any idea what happened to it, despite literally thousands of hours of intensive speculation on CNN. Millions of Americans...
  • Top 10 painless ways to save more in 2015

    Top 10 painless ways to save more in 2015
    Shop around and save. That phrase may seem like a cliche, but it's true. If you apply that simple principle to every purchase and expense you encounter, you could net thousands in savings each year. It's all too easy to automatically mail checks for...
  • Champ: Stuart Chaffin; Chump: Ander Crenshaw

    Champ: Stuart Chaffin; Chump: Ander Crenshaw
    CHAMP Stuart Chaffin:: A retired law-enforcement officer now living near Lake Nona, he risked his life to save the lives of strangers. Witnessing a fiery car accident while driving Monday, he left his car to pull a man screaming for help from one of the...
  • Young@Art Center Seeks Tax-Exempt Status And Creative Partnerships

    As the Young@Art youth arts center approaches its one-year anniversary, the nonprofit organization is playing a financial waiting game. In order to apply for and receive certain grant funding that is essential to its survival, Young@Art, which will mark...
  • No reason to hold on to money-losing investment property

    Q: I was researching refinancing a rental property and your website came up. I'm hoping you can provide some guidance. I have a 300-square-foot rental condo in Waikiki. I owe approximately $130,000 at 6.5 percent. The value is approximately $190,000...
  • Quitclaim deed does not release owner of mortgage obligations

    Q: I am having trouble getting a mortgage for a new investment property because of the significant tax and homeowners association (HOA) burden on an existing condo I co-own with my brother. I want to quitclaim my 50 percent share in the condo to my...
  • What to expect in 2015: Obamacare and the Republican Congress

    What to expect in 2015: Obamacare and the Republican Congress
    If you're looking for what to expect next year, look no further than the seeds planted in 2014. It was a year when the country talked more about race and power than it did the year it elected its first black president; when police became a bigger...
  • A well-earned name: Nothing is simple in world of 'dark-money' politics

    WASHINGTON Paul G. Ryan asked the Arizona Secretary of State's Office what seemed like a simple question: Is a state nonprofit that spends money to influence elections actually a political committee? Almost six months later, it's clear that the...
  • Nonprofits prefer cash, but some donors have other ideas

    MINNEAPOLIS Nonprofits usually get cash donations, but some gifts could be found wrapped under a Christmas tree at least, a really big one. The Minneapolis-based Allina Health System last year received about $20,000 in donated sports equipment. A...
  • Public has dark opinion of 'dark money' in elections

    WASHINGTON Bethany Braley heads a nonprofit organization promoting cowboy culture, a job that has everything to do with preserving a slice of American heritage and nothing to do with politics. But get the Prescott Valley, Ariz., resident talking about...