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  • Interest groups pushing gas tax overhaul to fix Illinois roads

    Interest groups pushing gas tax overhaul to fix Illinois roads
    With money from a major multiyear state construction program drying up and federal funds in limbo, transportation advocates are scrambling to overhaul how the state taxes gasoline in the hopes of finding a steady stream of money to help revitalize...
  • Bank of England votes to keep interest rates steady

    The Bank of England has opted to keep interest rates steady at 0.5 percent even as the economic recovery brings the prospect of rate hikes closer. The rates have been at the same level since March 2009, during the global financial crisis. But with annual...
  • Weather scuttles debate on transportation funding

    The future of New Jersey's roads and bridges remains on hold because of the weather. Assembly Transportation Committee Chairman John Wisniewski had planned a public hearing Thursday on the transportation trust fund. But the hearing is canceled because of...
  • Wendy Spencer: 5 biggest divorce-related financial mistakes

    Attorneys say that if both you and your ex-spouse feel like you came out of your divorce thinking you gave up a lot, your settlement was probably fair. Maybe, but often your settlement's results appear only after you live with them for a while. Here are...
  • Top 25: What corporate America is reading, February 2015

    1. "Get Big Things Done: The Power of Connectional Intelligence" By Erica Dhawan, Saj Nicole Joni, Palgrave Macmillan 2. "Work: My Search for a Life That Matters" By Wes Moore, Speigel & Grau 3. "Zombie Loyalists: Using Great Service to Create Rabid...
  • Rwanda's real Paul Kagame:�a strongman, not a statesman

    Why are the world's governmental, financial and media elites holding a long-term love affair with an authoritarian ruler who has been condemned time and again for human rights violations, including detaining and even "disappearing" his political...
  • The Mortgage Professor: Selecting the type of mortgage that best meets your needs

    Perhaps the most important decision a mortgage borrower makes is the type of mortgage: whether fixed-rate, FRM, or adjustable-rate, ARM, if the mortgage is fixed, the borrower decides the term, if it is adjustable, they decide the initial period until the...
  • Sterling Raskie: Your year's money checklist

    As winter fades, it's time to seriously gear up to make your financial goals for 2015 real. They range from the simple and quick to the complex and long term. Here's a checklist to get you started and keep you going. PAY YOURSELF FIRST This concept,...
  • Ann McFeatters: How you can help honor our Vietnam veterans

    WASHINGTON � The man who said his name was Danny arrived at my door with a huge floral box. Inside was one of the most beautiful bouquets I'd ever seen. Danny was with the Maryland highway department, supervising a crew installing new curbs on...
  • District 203 weighs effect of tax break

    District 203 weighs effect of tax break
    Property owners in Naperville School District 203 might not get a break on their taxes this year, as they have in the past. In three out the last five years, District 203 took money from its Education Fund to cover the annual payment on the bonds voters...
  • Hospitals fret amid state-federal Medicaid fight

    Hospitals fret amid state-federal Medicaid fight
    A standoff between the state and federal governments over Medicaid funds for low-income and uninsured people has Orlando hospital leaders feeling like they are in limbo. "We are sitting in the middle of the road while chicken is being played between the...