Topics :: money
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By Angela Giampolo | Tuesday Oct 16, 2012
Same-sex families are notoriously susceptible to asset loss, thanks to anti-gay DOMA legislation and lack of federal tax shelters. But financial programs like Wells Fargo’s Accredited Domestic Partnership Advisor program addresses the unique needs.
By Jason St. Amand | Wednesday Jun 27, 2012
Lisa Winters, an official from the LGBT center in the New York City borough of the Bronx was arrested last week for allegedly embezzling $338,000 from the organization.
By Jason St. Amand | Thursday May 31, 2012
A U.K. gay couple won a lottery prize of £1 million (about $1,555,000) last week and it is believed that they are the first British gay couple in civil ceremony to claim the prize.
By JOHN HEILPRIN | Monday Sep 12, 2011
The dramatic slide in sales of Emmental, popularly known as "Swiss cheese" in North America, is caused by the strength of the Swiss franc, a financial phenomenon that is driving down profits in sectors across all of export-driven Switzerland.
Wednesday Jan 19, 2011
Based on several earlier surveys conducted by Harris Interactive, lesbians and gay men have consistently held more optimistic views on the economy.
Monday Jan 10, 2011
After two years of recession and recovery that is moving slower than molasses going uphill in January, Certified Financial Planner Louis Scatigna, author of The Financial Physician, believes that 2011 is the time for people to make some solid resolutions.
By KELLI KENNEDY,Associated Press | Thursday Dec 23, 2010
Shoppers who are looking for something sparkly to put under the Christmas tree can skip the jewelry and go straight to the source: an ATM that dispenses shiny 24-carat gold bars and coins.
By DAVE CARPENTER | Saturday Nov 27, 2010
If you’re not careful, you can end up taking a year to pay for all the spending. More than 13 million shoppers are still paying off last year’s holiday debts, according to Consumer Reports.
By Randolph E. Schmid | Tuesday Sep 7, 2010
People’s emotional well-being - happiness - increases along with their income up to about $75,000, researchers report in Tuesday’s edition of Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
By William Kapfer | Monday Dec 14, 2009
Tough economic times take a toll on worker’s work-life balance. For this reason, the most successful businesses are remaining sensitive to their employee’s competing demands of city life, friends, relationships, economy, holiday pressures and career when taking a work-life balance approach to leadership.
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