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The 155 Rhode Island properties listed on Fannie Mae’s Homepath website late last month offer an advantage for buyers planning to occupy their homes, as well as for nonprofits and public entities, such as land trusts: They have 20 days for a “First Look” to make an offer before the property goes on the open market and is available to investors. more
PROVIDENCE – Rep. Deborah Ruggiero, D-Jamestown, has proposed legislation that would give startup businesses a break by suspending the minimum corporate tax for the first three years of a business’ existence. more
SOMERSET – Massachusetts state finance officials last month called for widespread changes to the town’s municipal government structure, The Herald News reported. more
BankNewport recently donated more than $2,600 to Save The Bay as a part of the Community Month in August. more
Even if you’ve socked plenty of money away in your 401(k) plan and invested it carefully, some of your toughest decisions lie ahead. And don’t expect much help or clarity from the government or your employer. more
Many women, especially baby boomers, tend to set aside less for retirement than men, a gender gap arising from generational and social expectations, several Rhode Island financial planners have found, based on their work with couples, widows, and single and divorced women in the state. more
Kevin Hackman, an elder law attorney in Warwick, says he has about a dozen clients a year interested in reverse mortgages, only half of whom actually follow through and get one. more
Federal Reserve policymakers are missing a key element as they assess the health of the labor market: data that includes whether those who are employed are overqualified for their job or would like to work more hours. more
United Way of Rhode Island recently announced that Citizens Bank Foundation has invested $160,000 in the organization’s Community Impact Fund in support of 2-1-1 and the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program. more
One of the most important, but largely ignored, results of the Great Recession is the fate of the Federal National Mortgage Association (better known as Fannie Mae) and the Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corp. (Freddie Mac). These two organizations are unique in that they were chartered by Congress, but have functioned as nongovernmental corporations. In Washington-speak they are Government-Sponsored Enterprises or GSEs. more
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