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Kennington residents and others set the Privy Council tariffs

Kavinda Herath / Tips The Kennington area was originally slated for an average rate hike of 31.4 percent, but adjustments have been suggested to the Invercargill City Council rate policy that would reduce the average rate hike to 19.1 percent . Invercargill City Council appears poised to change its proposed …

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Analysis: “Punk Nation”: Inflation in Argentina Soars as Foggy Future Drives Prices Rise

Argentine President Alberto Fernandez, put on the spot to explain a damaging and stubborn inflation rate that soars to 50%, was inspired by the punk rock musical genre of Patti Smith and the Ramones. “Argentina is a punk nation,” said the center-left president, who plays guitar and named his dog …

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Five things to know about Capital Market University Challenge | New times

The 8th edition of the Capital Market University Challenge organized by Capital Market Authority is underway. The competition, which targets university students, aims to equip young people with investment skills and instill in them a culture of saving and investing for the future by participating in the capital market. This …

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Soon to retire? Make sure you find out first!

Many of us look forward to retirement as if it would certainly be the best years of our lives. However, tossing those work boots can fill uncertainty, even terror. Andre Tuck, Senior Investment Advisor at 10X Investments, has many years of experience helping clients make the financial transition to retirement. …

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When reimbursable employee health plan expenses exceed savings

Financial assistance to employees to help offset reimbursable health plan expenses comes in several forms that allow the employer’s contribution to be deducted. (Image: NAR Studio / Shutterstock) The average maximum reimbursable expense for a health insurance plan is $ 8,000, but 37% of Americans struggle to cover an emergency …

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Millions of people in Myanmar struggle to buy food as coup prices rise

YANGON (AFP) – Aye Mar sits with her seven children in their Yangon kitchen and worries about whether their meal of rice and stringy vegetables – all she can afford in blow-stricken Myanmar ‘State – will satisfy their hunger. The national economy and the banking system have been crippled since …

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3 tax-saving mutual funds investors shouldn’t miss

What are these ELSS funds? Equity linked savings funds are mutual funds managed by asset management companies and invest your money in stocks. This means that your returns are not guaranteed and may be volatile. However, you do enjoy tax benefits under Sec80C of the Income Tax Act. The sums …

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Syncarpha Capital and Pacolet Milliken Extend Solar Portfolio Across Maine

NEW YORK, May 28, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Syncarpha Capital, a full-service solar developer, owner and operator of community solar farms, and Pacolet Milliken LLC, a family-owned investment company with deep roots in Maine, are pleased to announce their expansion in 2021 statewide. Through the state’s net energy metering …

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4 tips for paying off corporate debt in the event of a pandemic

After more than a year of navigating COVID-19 lockdowns, warrants and protocols, small business owners are starting to see a light at the end of the tunnel. But the debt that many needed to deal with the pandemic still casts a worrying shadow. In 2020, 79% of small business employers …

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Have you lost your job? Here’s how to find free health insurance

Dear Liz: I have read that unemployed people can get free health insurance through the Affordable Care Act exchanges. I am trying to confirm if my state, which has not accepted extended Medicaid coverage, offers this to its residents. My post was eliminated without warning due to the pandemic and …

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