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The R.I. Division of Taxation is accepting business tax returns for the tax year 2013, according to an announcement from the agency. more
Partner in the Providence office of the law firm Donoghue Barrett & Singal talks about the impact the recession has had on local businesses. more
The Pawtucket Foundation has entered into a co-sponsorship agreement with the U.S. Small Business Administration’s Rhode Island District Office, the Northern Rhode Island Chamber of Commerce, TD Bank, SCORE and the Center for Women & Enterprise to encourage and support local businesses. more
The Center for Women & Enterprise is offering a chance to explore an increasingly popular way to take an innovative idea and create a business – crowd funding – in a workshop on Friday, Feb. 14. more
Santander Bank N.A. introduced its first credit card in the U.S., the Santander Bravo Master Card, on Feb. 5, the bank announced. It is the first card introduced since the rebranding of Sovereign Bank to Santander in October. more
RBS Citizens Chairman and CEO Bruce Van Saun is scheduled to be one of the keynote speakers at the Retail Banking 2014 conference in Orlando, Fla., which runs from March 12-14, according to the Providence-based bank. more
Steve Issa has been mining the commercial-banking territory as executive vice president and New England market president for Customers Bank since last March. It’s a deeply familiar landscape. He had a similar position with Flagstar Bank when its New England commercial portfolio, along with its 14-member team, was acquired by Customers Bank. Issa is part of a former Sovereign Bank team largely reassembled at Wyomissing, Pa.-based Customers Bank by CEO Jay Sidhu. more
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
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