Monthly Archives: October 2018

Letter: Put families first – Deseret News


Deseret News
Letter: Put families first
Deseret News
… than $500 million in surplus for the state's budget. Instead of raising taxes on Utah families, the Utah Legislature should be allocating the funding with money that already exists. If people live on a budget, the government should also be living

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COUNTERPOINT: The pros of a P3 deal – TheChronicleHerald.ca

COUNTERPOINT: The pros of a P3 deal
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In his Oct. 17 Reader's Corner, Don Carter asked if anyone could explain to taxpayers how a P3 works to their advantage for a new government building such as a hospital. Think of it like a car lease: you select a model and options, specify how many …

Nikki Haley’s Resignation Puts A Spotlight on Her Debt. Here’s What We Know About Her Money – Money Magazine


Money Magazine
Nikki Haley's Resignation Puts A Spotlight on Her Debt. Here's What We Know About Her Money
Money Magazine
“That interest accrued on a revolved balance can be a big deal for the average American who is living on a budget and paycheck to paycheck,” says Schulz. “For wealthier Americans, it might amount to a rounding error. It's all about perspective.” Haley
Scoop: Trump has accepted Nikki Haley's resignation – AxiosAxios

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What College Students Need to Know About Credit Card Fraud – WTOP


USA TODAY
What College Students Need to Know About Credit Card Fraud
WTOP
“For many college students, this is the first time that they're living on a budget or even using money on their own,” says Vered Gottesman, vice president of marketing at e-commerce fraud prevention company Forter. “They're also new to what credit
What is a Credit Utilization Rate? | ExperianExperian
5 Factors that Determine a FICO Score – myFICO blogmyFICO blog
How to Choose a Rewards Credit CardNerdWallet

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