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March 9, 2012 by thephantom

Personal bankruptcies surge in Southern California The region had the nation’s biggest percentage jump in 2008, and the number this …
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A young couple living rent-free in Montana wants to buy their own home. A financial adviser asks, what's the hurry?

Dangers of Giving Your Home to Your Children
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It's almost always best for the family home to pass to the next generation through inheritance. Here's why.

A Couple Needs to Overcome Debt
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A financial planner lays out a recovery plan for a young couple with six credit cards and $20,000 in credit-card debt.

Long-Term-Care Insurance: The Six Biggest Mistakes
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How to avoid the pitfalls consumers commonly encounter when looking for long-term-care insurance.

The Rise of Spend-Down Philanthropy
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More wealthy philanthropists are choosing to donate all of their foundation's assets within their lifetimes.

Bogus mammogram results earn woman jail time
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A former Georgia hospital technician was sentenced to up to six months in prison after pleading guilty to manipulating the mammogram records of 1,289 patients. Ten of those women were given false negatives, and two of them are now dead, a prosecutor says.

Gupta: We live in Ebola's world
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With Ebola, we humans are the invaders. The sense of being an alien in the world of this virus is jarring.

Former NFLer: Don't go through life exhausted
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As many as 12 million to 18 million Americans have obstructive sleep apnea, and many don't know it.

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CNN's Carl Azuz tells us that some wipes made for your face, fingers and fannies can cause serious allergies.

Dr. Gupta: We're aliens in Ebola's world
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With Ebola, we humans are the invaders. The sense of being an alien in the world of this virus is jarring.

Pensioners in Detroit Rejoice, Though Deal Is Far From Done
17 April 2014 -

A day after Detroit scaled back the large pension benefit cuts it had proposed, the bankrupt city fended off charges that it had caved in to retirees in ways that could come back to haunt it.

Pension Deal Edges Detroit a Step Closer to Recovery
16 April 2014 -

In its rush to exit bankruptcy, the city reached an agreement that would prevent cuts to pensions of retired police officers and firefighters.

Canadian Bankruptcy Court Clears the Way for Furniture Executive to Buy Bike Share Company
12 April 2014 -

A judge in Montreal ruled that Bruno Rodi, the owner of the furniture company Rodi Design, could purchase Bixi for about $3.6 million.

Illinois Moves to Ease Chicago Pension Woes
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The state legislature approved a plan put forth by Mayor Rahm Emanuel that would presumably include a property tax increase for Chicago residents.

Michigan: Detroit Allowed to Borrow for City Services
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Detroit has been given approval to move forward with a $120 million quality-of-life loan to help improve city services.

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