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  • Depression survivors remember hope

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  • As unemployment grows, mortgage payment protection programs gain popularity

    Is there a rainy day in your personal job forecast? That wouldn't be surprising -- not with unemployment rates in double digits in several states including California, 8.2% nationwide and widely expected to hit 10% or higher by next year. Nor would it be...
  • Money Makeover: Pensions, savings put couple in good position for early retirement

    Money Makeover: Pensions, savings put couple in good position for early retirement
    Debbie and Kent Ketter have a lot to feel good about financially, but they're still worried. They have a six-figure income, government pensions for retirement and their children are mostly on their own, but, like a lot of couples, they are concerned...
  • There Are Plenty Of Rental Bargains Available In Greater Hartford

    There Are Plenty Of Rental Bargains Available In Greater Hartford
    Finding an apartment to rent in the Hartford area these days depends a lot on that old real estate adage — location. If you are looking for a high-end, marble-counters-plus-Jacuzzi apartment with a view over downtown Hartford, it's still going to...
  • Flight Attendants Not Handing Ill Passengers Face Masks

    Flight Attendants Not Handing Ill Passengers Face Masks
    The fellow passenger with the hacking cough - making no effort to cover his mouth - is among an air traveler's biggest gripes, right up there with the screaming baby and the toddler who won't stop kicking the seat. Amid concern about H1N1 and seasonal...
  • Schiff In Crisis Mode

    Peter Schiff turns on his computer and checks his fundraising numbers with the studied nonchalance other guys might display while perusing last night's box scores. It's a Friday in early August and Schiff's fans have set off a "money bomb" - a 24-hour...
  • Schiff May Launch Run For Senate On Tv Today

    Peter Schiff, the broker, author and financial pundit from Weston who has already taken in more than $1 million in campaign contributions and hired a staff, is expected to announce on national television this morning that he is running for the U.S. Senate...
  • How to save for college during a recession

    How to save for college during a recession
    5 tips on saving for education 1. Prioritize your savings. Put away enough for retirement. 2. Cut spending, particularly as college years approach. 3. Maintain flexibility with your savings. 4. Seek financial aid and apply quickly. 5. Explore low-...
  • Mailbag: Green chamber won't be competition

    Transition Laguna has accomplished a lot in the year or so it has existed, including the remarkable and very well attended 'Unleashing' this last spring. Walk through Laguna Village and you'll find signs marking Transition "pocket gardens" on nearly every...
  • Day Of Reckoning Comes For Bernard Madoff

    Day Of Reckoning Comes For Bernard Madoff
    It was a crime of epic proportions: a multibillion dollar Ponzi scheme that wiped out fortunes, drained retirement nest eggs, ruined charities and foundations, and even pushed some investors to commit suicide. Six months after the scandal came to light,...
  • Victim: Madoff Family Should Be Held "Accountable"

    Victim: Madoff Family Should Be Held "Accountable"
    A sense of vindication Monday for thousands of investors who lost millions of dollars in the $65-billion dollar Ponzi scheme run by Bernard Madoff, as a judge sentenced the disgraced money manager to a maximum prison term of 150 years. "I really held...