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  • Treasury moves away from paper to electronic savings bonds

    Treasury moves away from paper to electronic savings bonds
    The move by the federal government to end the sale of paper savings bonds at banks and credit unions next year is bad news for savers in more ways than one. The amount of savings bonds consumers can buy each year will be significantly reduced. And even...
  • 'Don't fight the fed' strategy in an era of low interest rates

    'Don't fight the fed' strategy in an era of low interest rates
    A Boca Raton certified financial planner has a strategy for savers to prosper at a time when the Federal Reserve is pushing interest rates to historic lows to jump start an anemic American economy. "Don't fight the Fed,'' said planner Mari Adam in her...
  • Use the "bucket" approach to protect your retirement nest egg

    Use the "bucket" approach to protect your retirement nest egg
    We live in an uncertain world so how can we live securely in retirement? Consider the "bucket" approach, recommends Plantation certified financial planner Ben Tobias. You put some of your retirement savings in a "bucket" for emergencies such as when the...
  • Bob Hope gets credit rating warning

    Bob Hope gets credit rating warning
    Bob Hope Airport received a warning this week that its credit rating is likely to suffer if it issues bonds to cover most of the construction costs for its proposed $120-million transit center. On Tuesday, Fitch Ratings put out a “negative watch&...
  • Emanuel's assets as high as $16.6 million

    Mayor Rahm Emanuel moved more than $1.8 million out of municipal bonds and into more broad-based funds in the months before he announced his run for office, according to disclosure records released Thursday that show assets between $6.2 million and $16....
  • Hilton Baltimore bookings, revenue on the rise

    Hilton Baltimore bookings, revenue on the rise
    The city-owned Hilton Baltimore Convention Center Hotel performed better in its second full year of operation than in its first, but officials warned that the slow economic recovery means several more years could pass before it turns a profit. In terms...
  • WTA event moved from Troy Park to College Park

    The Troy Park Tennis and Sports Center, a multi-use athletic park in Elkridge, was supposed to be developed enough to host a $220,000 WTA International-level event next month, but because funding did not come through as expected in December, the...
  • A way around the debt-limit impasse

    A way around the debt-limit impasse
    Contrary to conventional wisdom, the United States does not have to default on its debt, and the Social Security and Medicare checks can continue to go out, even if Republicans and President Barack Obama cannot strike a deal to raise the debt ceiling by...
  • McManus: Debt-limit delay in the real world

    McManus: Debt-limit delay in the real world
    In 2008, as financial crisis threatened the U.S. banking system, President George W. Bush asked Congress to approve an emergency bailout. Leaders of both parties blessed the idea; both presidential candidates — Barack Obama and John McCain —...
  • Md. will share in $75 million bond-derivatives settlement

    Maryland will share in a $75 million settlement that state attorneys general across the country negotiated with JPMorgan Chase & Co. to resolve allegations of bond derivative bid-rigging that defrauded states, counties and nonprofits, the state said...
  • What's at stake in the debt-limit talks: a primer

    What's at stake in the debt-limit talks: a primer
    Answering questions about the debt-ceiling talks and what could happen if both sides fail to reach an agreement: What is the federal debt ceiling? In 1917, as the U.S. entered World War I, Congress authorized the Treasury to issue long-term bonds to...