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At a party rally this year, Indian prime minister Narendra Modi talked of creating a naya bharat, or “New India”. Many citizens are deeply worried about the direction this new India is taking. Protests have spread across the country in response to a citizenship law that discriminates against Muslims. The government’s response echoes the path
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Gary, Indiana’s city council has approved $20.6 million in short-term borrowing against its future tax collections to help manage cash flow. The borrowing, approved Tuesday, comes on top of a $40 million sales-leaseback bond transaction the city closed in November that brought the city’s coffers back into the black and repaid $28 million in short-term
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VANCOUVER, British Columbia, Dec. 18, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — LiteLink Technologies Inc. (“LiteLink”) (CSE:LLT)(OTC:LLNKF)(FRA:C0B), a key player in digital freight and logistics platforms as well as payment solutions, is pleased to announce that it has commenced trials with Easterday Farms Produce Company (“Easterday Farms”) of LiteLink’s 1SHIFT Logistics platform for rail freight transports. Easterday Farms
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What Is Estate Planning? Estate planning involves making plans for the transfer of your estate after death. Your estate is all the property that you own. It can include cash, clothes, jewelry, cars, houses, land, retirement, investment and savings accounts, etc. Estate planning usually has several objectives and goals, which include: Making sure most of
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This post is part of CoinDesk’s 2019 Year in Review, a collection of 100 op-eds, interviews and takes on the state of blockchain and the world. Richard Chen is a partner at 1confirmation, a seed-stage venture fund supporting crypto-native founders fueling the decentralization of the web and society. Bitcoin dominance. The rise of DeFi. Libra.
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Market Moves The U.S. stock market averages closed higher today, with large-cap stocks outpacing most other asset classes including small-cap stocks. This kind of move has become so common over the past few months that investors appear to be considering it the new normal. The Volatility Index (VIX) inched lower, although still maintaining its subtly
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Parliament returned this week and Boris Johnson delivered on his election pledge of voting on Brexit legislation before Christmas. We discuss what lies ahead for the government’s programme, the new Bank of England governor and the mini cabinet non-reshuffle. Plus, we examine the latest in the Labour leadership race to succeed Jeremy Corbyn and Nicola
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In general, 401(k) plans and 403(b) plans are very similar—both are defined-contribution retirement plans offered by employers to employees. The primary difference between the two is the type of employer that typcially sponsors them and the investment options. The 403(b) plan is offered to employees of tax-exempt organizations, such as charitable organizations and public schools.
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Russia and Ukraine signed a protocol late on Friday agreeing terms for the transit of gas to Europe, bringing forward the long-awaited renewal of a deal due to expire at the end of the year. A stand-off between the two countries had threatened to disrupt supplies to Europe when the existing contract expires on December
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Democratic presidential candidates do not seem particularly concerned about Americans’ retirement savings accounts, CNBC’s Jim Cramer said Friday. “I listened to the Democratic debate last night. None of those candidates, I find, is really interested in your 401(k),” Cramer said on “Squawk on the Street.” Seven candidates qualified for Thursday’s primary debate in Los Angeles,
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