Thousands of disabled veterans are still stuck repaying their student debt

The U.S. Department of Education continues to seek repayment on more than $1 billion in federal student loans from tens of thousands of severely disabled veterans who have been deemed unable to work...

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This trick could cut your home remodeling costs in half

A few years ago, Lewis went the DIY route and installed hurricane shutters on his South Florida home. It was only later — when a contractor refused to give him an estimate on...

These tips from the young and financially independent will help you retire early

Not everyone is pursuing financial independence for an early retirement. H.N. (she asked that her initials be used so her employers do not know about her finances) said it's expensive...

UTI Mastershare declares 27% dividend

UTI Mastershare, India’s first equity-oriented scheme, announced a dividend of 27 per cent dividend under options-regular plan and option-direct plan. The figure shows that UTI Mastershare will give Rs 2.70 per unit on face...

A Corbyn government, unlike New Labour, would tax the rich properly | Clive Lewis

For all the Tory hype, last month’s budget was extraordinarily thin for most people. Austerity is not over, with 3% cuts scheduled for most unprotected departments. Universal credit cuts have not been rolled...

DSP Mutual Fund launches DSP Healthcare Fund

DSP MF launched DSP Healthcare Fund, an open ended scheme investing in the healthcare and pharma sector. The fund would be predominantly investing in equity and equity related securities of healthcare and pharmaceutical...

Check out what top five mutual funds bought & sold during October selloff

NEW DELHI: Mutual funds stood resilient as industry’s asset base increased to Rs 22.23 lakh crore in October in spite of a heavy correction in the domestic equity market. The benchmarks Sensex and...

UK employers plan to hold tight on pay despite labour shortages – CIPD

LONDON (Reuters) - British employers do not expect to increase the average pay settlements they offer to staff over the coming year, an industry survey showed on Monday, raising questions about whether pay...

Should I give my daughter a loan to buy the home she rents from...

Q I am 64 years old and a homeowner, but I also own a second property worth around £180,000, which I bought with an inheritance. I rent this house for a modest sum...

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