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According to The Washington Post: Every year, you make a promise to yourself to get out of debt or finally build a decent emergency fund. Or maybe you’ve resolved to spend less or save more for retirement. You set a goal. Then life gets in the way and your financial resolution is derailed. You feel...
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According to 11 Alive: Whether it’s travel, gifts or final medical bills, you may be feeling a financial pinch post holiday. But Dr. Cathy McCrary, a certified public accountant and assistant professor at Georgia Gwinnett College, said there are ways to get on track for the new year. “We want to be healthy physically, we...
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According to MLive: Dear Sam: I might be the next member of “The Great Resignation,” but before I make a move, I wondered if you could provide any advice on steps I should take to find the best position. I don’t want to jump from the frying pan into the fire, as the old saying...
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According to The Flint Courier: Communities First, Inc. (CFI) is getting ready to transform a former flower shop and blighted lot into a dynamic, engaging community destination in Flint’s Grand Traverse Neighborhood. Focusing on food, music and fun, Foodie Commons @ the Flower Shop will offer a food truck park, event space complete with an...
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According to CNBC: The start of a new year can be a great time to revisit your budget. Your first steps should be figuring out how much money you actually have and finding out where it’s all going, according to financial advisor Winnie Sun. She recommends making a list of all of your financial assets,...
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According to The Flint Courier: As the country takes steps toward economic recovery amidst an ongoing pandemic, women business owners are reporting increased optimism about the current economic outlook, which may be accredited to their resilience and decisive action, according to a recent survey of women-owned businesses by PNC Bank. Leading the way in employee...
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The Historic Tax Credit has been renewed in Michigan. Here is what that could mean for the state. According to the Michigan Municipal League: “It’s back, baby! Let’s take this renewed Michigan Historic Tax Credit out for a ride! “On December 30, 2020, Governor Whitmer signed Senate Bill 54, reinstating the Michigan Historic Preservation Tax...
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Michigan is expected to see an increase in tax revenue after a $1 billion lottery ticket that won was sold here. According to MLive: “A player or group of players in Michigan have won a $1.05 billion Mega Millions jackpot that will not only help their pocketbook, but will also help the state of Michigan....
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When it comes to keeping your community alive, attracting top talent and keeping them is essential. According to Flint&Genesee.org: “The Flint & Genesee Chamber has long focused on the importance of bolstering the region’s workforce by offering a variety of professional development courses and workshops for individuals and employees of local businesses. This mission has...
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The recession due to COVID-19 could mean a surprise tax cut for those in Michigan. According to Bridge Michigan: “Michiganders could be in line for a surprise tax cut because of the coronavirus pandemic and recession – if state officials don’t stop it first. “A little-known provision in a 2015 road funding law signed by...
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