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  • Clermont mayoral candidate Rick VanWagner faces financial meltdown in foreclosures

    Clermont mayoral candidate Rick VanWagner faces financial meltdown in foreclosures
    First of two parts. Clermont is at a crossroads, the result of a big change in its demographics. Which way should it go? Some folks want the city to turn back to its roots — provide basic services at decent prices and skip the frills. That's the...
  • Stories will help explain life of Native Americans in Florida

    The staff and volunteers at Trout Lake Nature Center will offer a free program about the Seminole Indians of Florida and their culture at 11 a.m. Tuesday at the nature center, 520 E. County Road 44 Bypass in Eustis. Participants will hear stories used...
  • Average debt in collections: $6,767 in South Florida

    Average debt in collections: $6,767 in South Florida
    Nearly four out of 10 South Floridians with a credit history have a debt in collections with an average $6,767 past due, according to a new study by the Urban Institute. Those people in Broward, Palm Beach and Miami-Dade with unpaid bills that have been...
  • Rock and rollover

    As the job market improves, more workers are leaving old jobs for new ones. According to the Labor Department's Job Opening and Labor Turnover survey (JOLTS) the number of voluntary quits increased by 15 percent at the end of May. Upon departure from your...
  • Financial advisers who act as travel concierges

    NEW YORK (Reuters) - Financial advisers at Morgan Stanley, one of the world's largest securities brokerages, do not typically arrange clients' European vacations. But when an ultra-high-net-worth client was planning a family meeting in Tuscany, Deanna...
  • Without a net: Oppenheimer has $4 billion in uninsured Puerto Rico debt

    NEW YORK (Reuters) - A group of hedge funds supporting debt restructuring efforts in Puerto Rico has gained 14 new members, bringing the group's total assets under management to $240 billion, a spokesman for the group said on Friday. The group of 18...
  • Ask Kim: Should we open Roth 401(k) accounts?

    My wife and I are both 54-years-old, and we each earn a six-figure salary. We are currently maximizing our contributions to our employers' traditional 401(k) plans. Does it make sense for us to contribute to a Roth 401(k)? Yes. You are in an ideal...
  • Tweeters have retirement questions. We've got answers

    CHICAGO (Reuters) - Individual Retirement Account contributions are getting larger - an encouraging sign of a recovering economy and improved habits among retirement savers. But there is an "I" in IRA for a reason: investors are in charge of managing...
  • Q&A With Voya Financial CEO Rodney Martin

     Q&A With Voya Financial CEO Rodney Martin
    — Voya Financial Chairman and CEO Rodney O. Martin Jr. came to the company in 2011 at a critical time, just as it was about to separate from its former Dutch parent, ING Groep N.V., and venture out on its own. The separation required a rebranding,...
  • NAI Summit leases office building, and other company news

    NAI Summit leases office building Logan Winchester of NAI Summit recently represented the owner, Hanover Office Plaza, in the lease transaction with MaGauren Guild Malls, that plans to open an administrative branch at 961 Marcon Blvd. in Allentown. The...
  • How to buy financial advice now

    NEW YORK (Reuters) - The financial advice business is changing dramatically in every aspect, from how advisers spend their time, to what they charge, to how they label and promote themselves. The result? Further confusion for consumers who probably...