You’ve probably heard that it’s important to keep your
credit score as high as possible. If you don’t, you may not get approved for
the next credit card you want, or you may get approved with a lower credit
limit and a higher interest rate than you’d like.
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As the world increasingly relies on advanced technology – in
computing, manufacturing, health care, and more – science and technology are
becoming inextricably linked in the U.S. job market. More and more, the jobs
with better pay and job security are in STEM – science, technology,
engineering, and math – fields.
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Gavin Newsom’s election as governor and the expanded
Democratic Party majorities in the Legislature have raised hopes in some
quarters and fears in others that big tax increases may be on the horizon.
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Edgewood Healthcare will break ground on a 40-acre senior
housing and health campus on the south end of Grand Forks.
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BOILING SPRING LAKES — A trip to the North Carolina Supreme
Court and back was only worth $2,070.35 for a Boiling Spring Lakes couple that
sued the city. Attorneys for the couple and city, on the other hand, billed a
total of 200 times that amount.
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Home bidding wars happen when two or more buyers compete for
the same property. The price goes up until one party backs out or the seller
accepts one of their bids. This was a common occurrence over the past few
years. That’s when the housing market decidedly favored sellers and inventory
was lower than it is today.
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San Francisco’s real estate market unsurprisingly took a bit
of hit in the fourth quarter of last year.
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The countdown to the tax filing deadline is underway.
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APR stands for annual percentage rate and tells you the cost
of borrowing money on an annualized basis.
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Less than six months ago, mortgage rates marched above 5
percent – the first time in seven years – and for weeks showed no signs of
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