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The first federal community bank promotes employees

The First Federal Community Bank recently promoted employees Scott Finnell, Erick Stealey and Danielle Western. Finnell has been promoted to Executive Vice President of Credit. He has been a banker for 30 years. The bank grew its commercial loan portfolio from $ 36 million to $ 372 million and its …

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Tax compromises on PPPs are still inconclusive

The legislature is still trying to find a compromise to avoid taxing thousands of companies for the profit they made under the federal paycheck protection program. AUGUSTA, Maine – Three weeks after the Mills administration announced a plan to tax thousands of Maine businesses for a portion of their PPP …

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Steak n Shake lender says company still owes millions

Steak n Shake’s administrative loan officer disputes the company’s claim that it is “debt-free.” Specifically, Wilmington Trust, National Association sued the Indianapolis-based fast food chain for more than $ 8.5 million in unpaid fees and interest from 2018 – funds it says Steak n Shake refuses to pay. The unpaid …

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IMF – World Bank must support recovery in developing countries

(MENAFN – Caribbean News Global) By Anis Chowdhury and Jomo Kwame Sundaram Reprint The COVID-19 pandemic continues to wreak unprecedented human and economic devastation, erasing years of modest and uneven progress towards the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Developing countries now need a lot more support, as progress towards the SDGs …

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What can be done to close the black homeownership gap?

With a 44.1% homeownership rate for the fourth quarter of 2020, African Americans lag far behind the 74.5% rate of non-Hispanic white households who own a home, according to census data. American. In Utah, the gap for the black community remains large when it comes to overall homeownership rates, mirroring …

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Going Green Can Be Easy: Four Ways To Make Your Move Green

Moving is a time when we end up cleaning out those overloaded closets, basements and garages. We can throw away those old clothes, electronics, magazines, bikes, outdated ballet slippers, etc. Let’s face it: travel time equals dump time. In addition to major weeding of our goods, we use loads of …

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