Joan Rivers hid her cash…where?

by admin on May 5th, 2015

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Milk Duds boxes? The late, great comedian Joan Rivers used to hide her travel cash in Milk Duds boxes?

Thats one of the amusing-but-poignant tidbits revealed in The Book of Joan: Tales of Mirth, Mischief and Manipulation, Melissa Rivers loving tribute memoir to her mom.

The book is out next week so Melissa is making the promotional rounds.

In an interview with People magazine, Melissa says shes been going through Joans belongings because she is selling her mothers New York apartment and plans to auction off most of its contents.

Shes learned that Joan used to hide money around her house, just in case, so Melissa has been shaking out books and magazines before the auction.


Assistance program provides GS employees counseling, more

by admin on May 4th, 2015

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Personal and family problems can diminish a persons happiness, health and ability to be their best at home or at work. With help from the Employee Assistance Program, employees of authorized federal agencies can resolve these matters and become happier, healthier and more effective.

According to Ed Thomas, an EAP field consultant, Working at a military installation can involve stressors that are not present in off-base workplaces.

When an individuals work is the security and defense of our nation, that increases the amount of daily stress for that person, he said.

These stressors can often be compounded because...

How Marketplace Lending is Disrupting Consumer Loans in Canada

by admin on May 3rd, 2015

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The consumer loan experience is getting an upgrade in Canada courtesy of some new players that are targeting the long waits and paperwork hassles of traditional loans and the high rates of alternative providers like payday loans.  Experience in other markets like the US and UK points to a coming wave of disruption to the benefit of customers, platforms and others and at the expense of the big banks.

Marketplace Lending to the Rescue

Two marketplace lending startups are using algorithms and sophisticated data analytics to enable consumers to apply for unsecured “personalized” loan quotes in minutes and to receive funds, as soon as the next day.  The funds...

Cash missing from Bothell police evidence room; worker fired

by admin on May 2nd, 2015

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BOTHELL, Wash. — A Bothell Police Department employee was fired after an audit revealed cash missing from the departments evidence room.

The department conducted an audit of its evidence and property room in late January. During the audit, officers discovered an undisclosed amount of cash missing from a safe, according to police.

With help from the Washington State Patrol, the department immediately began in internal investigation into the missing money.

Based on information gathered during the investigation, the department placed its evidence room coordinator on administrative leave. The employee, who has not been identified, was later fired.

The civilian...

Cash admits mistake in Rays’ loss to Yankees (w/video)

by admin on May 2nd, 2015

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There was plenty that a number of his Rays didnt do in Tuesdays 4-2 loss to the Yankees, most notably failing to deliver in eight at-bats with a runner on third base.

But the biggest reason they lost may well have been something Cash declined to do: ordering an intentional walk of Brian McCann before McCann continued his personal hit parade against Rays starter Jake Odorizzi.

Instead, at a key juncture in the fifth with two outs and first base open, Cash let Odorizzi face McCann, who had come into the game with an 8-for-13 mark against the Rays right-hander and had doubled in a run in his first at-bat.

And that quickly proved to be a very bad decision, as McCann laced...

Cash store worker shoots alleged robber, suspect dies

by admin on May 1st, 2015

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HOUSTON – A store manager refused to be a victim when a robber put a gun to the back of his head on Houstons east side Thursday morning. The manager turned around and shot him. The attempted robber later died at the hospital.

Still, neighbors are saying the manager did what he had to do to protect himself.

Bullet casings littered the ground, between a pair of sneakers, pants and a gun, all belonging to the guy who tried to hold up the store manager at gunpoint, while he was holding what looked like a money bag, but was actually just his medication.

These guys, they just want to take what you have. Shouldnt be like that, said another nearby business owner.


What You Need to Know Before Getting Help from a Debt Settlement Consultant …

by admin on May 1st, 2015

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Q: I was searching online for companies that offer debt consolidation services and I came across an ad that states they have a legal process that can cut my debt by up to 80% and help me re-establish my credit afterwards. I called and spoke with a consultant at this company and to be frank, it sounded too good to be true. When I asked how much their services would cost he outlined that each case is different and it depends on my overall financial situation. I spoke with my dad about this and after he calmed down, he suggested I get all the facts before getting help from them. My bills are up to date but if I can get out of debt for less than half of what I owe and my creditors will accept...

The Misunderstanding Of El-Erian’s Cash Position

by admin on April 30th, 2015

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  • When someone, particularly an individual such as El-Erian who used to manage the Harvard Endowment Fund, suggests they are in cash due to a valuation concern, it does not mean that they will never be invested ever again.
  • Due to the ongoing central bank interventions globally, asset prices and valuations have been inflated to levels that have historically proven to provide very low or negative forward returns on invested capital.
  • Given the impact of two very nasty bear markets since the turn of the decade, it is not surprising that a large majority of the population has little or no money invested in the financial markets.
  • So,...

    Millennials most confident generation about their credit scores

    by admin on April 30th, 2015

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    Millennials, ages 18 to 34, are the most confident generation about their credit status, with nearly three in five Millennials saying they would be comfortable disclosing their credit score to their parents, compared to only 35% of Generation X, according to the new Chase Slate Credit Survey.

    The survey looks at different generational views on credit scoring. The survey found that while the vast majority of Americans (90%), recognize the importance that access to credit plays throughout their life, when it comes to awareness of their personal credit health there are gaps.

    Although Millennials may be the most confident, they have a different view of what a good credit score...

    Debt Consolidation USA Shares Tips To Prevent Losing Steam With A Side Hustle

    by admin on April 30th, 2015

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    Debt Consolidation USA shared in a recently published article how consumers who are dealing with side hustles might prevent a potential burn out. The article points out some useful tips to keep motivated with the part time job to keep that additional income in the household budget.

    New York, NY (PRWEB) April 10, 2015

    Debt Consolidation USA shared in a recently published article how consumers who are dealing with side hustles might prevent a potential burn out. The article titled “Are You Losing Steam With Your Side Hustle?” points out some useful tips to keep motivated with the part time job to keep that additional income in the household budget.

    The article...