DON McNAY | Wentworth makes an unhappy return
Structured settlements exist to keep people from blowing their money.
I want money to improve injured people’s lives. That is why I loved structured settlements. When I set up one, a person had a chance at a normal life. I knew they would not run out of money.
Or so I thought.
THOMAS SEITZ | A one-two punch for high earners
Changes stemming from the fiscal cliff tax legislation approved earlier this year not only raised tax rates, but also lowered valuable itemized deductions and personal exemptions for higher-earning taxpayers.
Business in brief: IUP business college saluted by vets’ group
Indiana University of Pennsylvania’s Eberly College of Business and Information Technology has been selected by Military Times as a “Best for Vets” Business School.
- Real estate transactions 03/31/2013
Pa. workers' compensation rates drop, state says
The state Insurance Department says a workers' compensation insurance rate reduction will go into effect next week for employers.
He makes house calls: Cleanup business can aid foreclosure, estate cases
Jonathan Ayres of Westmont has founded a business that offers customers the means of getting properties back into pristine condition.
DON McNAY | Keep enemies further away
A friend recently lost her husband at a young age. She told me that men started coming on to her at the funeral. I see it all the time.
The first thing I tell lottery winners, widows, widowers or others who come into large sums of money is to watch out for their family and especially for newfound “friends.”
Business people: Banker moves into senior VP post
AmeriServ Financial has promoted Michael D. Lynch of Westmont to senior vice president/chief investment and risk officer.
- Real estate transactions 03/24/2013
The cash register rings its last sale
Ka-ching! The cash register may be on its final sale.
Stores across the country are ditching the old-fashioned, clunky machines and having salespeople — and even shoppers themselves — ring up sales on smartphones and tablet computers.
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