This is "a happy, happy day, (and) thank you all for everything," Lou Kirkman said as she triumphantly burned a mortgage April 19. "That was f…
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ATLANTA — A Georgia congressional candidate’s campaign conspired with the stepmother of the former Atlanta police officer who killed Rayshard …
VALDOSTA – Before the 2008 financial crash, getting a loan could not have been easier.
MOULTRIE, Ga. — Flint River Habitat for Humanity celebrated a Moultrie woman becoming a homeowner Thursday.
RICHMOND, Ky. — Watching a piece of paper burn Saturday morning, Rossetta Trammel’s eyes beamed with joy.
WASHINGTON -- Attempting comprehensive tax reform is like trying to tug many bones from the clamped jaws of many mastiffs. Every provision of the code -- now approaching 4 million words -- was put there to placate a clamorous faction, or to create a grateful group that will fund its congressional defenders. Still, Washington will take another stab at comprehensiveness, undeterred by the misadventures of comprehensive immigration and health care reforms. Consider just one tax change that should be made and certainly will not be.
There's one area of personal finance where single women are outpacing men in the U.S., and it's a significant one: home ownership.