Bank CEO reveals how Obama administration shook him down

Bank CEO reveals how Obama administration shook him down
The huge $ 100 million deal has spooked several other major lenders into resolving similar race-bias charges and offering below-market rates to minorities for car loans. Michael A. Carpenter, who helmed Detroit-based Ally from 2009 to 2015, complained …
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20% don't file for tax credit that could bring thousands
In 2014, 73,000 Delawareans filed federal EITC claims, with an average return of $ 2,222 per person. While the Federal EITC shows up in a tax refund, the state version, which is 20 percent of the federal EITC, is non-refundable, meaning it can only be …
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Co-signing a student loan is serious business, with consequences
As my grandpa used to say, “If you don't take care of your bike, you're not going to take care of your car.” Peter Dunn is an author, speaker and radio host. Have a question about money for Pete the Planner? Email him at AskPete@petetheplanner.com.
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