The banking sector has been improving gradually over the last couple years, and should continue to make positive gains, a Northwest Indiana banker said.
The Porter County Council agreed last week to spend $1.1 million in interest from the county's nest egg to fund equipment and software upgrades for the E-911 system. That's understandable.
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Spring is a time of rejuvenation and fresh starts. And while spring cleaning closets, the garage and basement requires good old-fashioned work, new tools can help take the fuss out of sprucing up finances.
If you're considering buying a home, some experts think you should get a move on it.
How can you make sure that you keep your promise to take control of your finances and make your money work for you?
Two of the most commonly made and commonly broken New Year’s resolutions are saving money and paying off debt. These are promises we all seem to make to ourselves every year with every intention of seeing through. But somehow, we wind up in the same spot we were before.
INDIANAPOLIS | Indiana's auditing agency is demanding East Chicago's former city controller personally reimburse $1,186.53 the city paid in late fees and interest while he managed the checkbook.
INDIANAPOLIS | Counties may be able to clear their backlogs of tax sale properties and get delinquent property owners back paying what they owe under legislation approved Tuesday by the Indiana Senate.
INDIANAPOLIS | Homeowners delinquent on their property taxes are almost certain to get a chance to get current without paying fees or penalties.
INDIANAPOLIS | Homeowners who owe penalties and interest on unpaid property taxes could get amnesty on those charges by getting current on their taxes.
INDIANAPOLIS | Homeowners delinquent on their property taxes could get a one-time waiver of interest and penalties under legislation approved by a Senate committee Thursday.
INDIANAPOLIS | Time to pay up.
GARY | Believe it or not, the U.S. economy is in a period of expansion, an Indiana economist told an audience Monday.
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Porter County commissioners are moving forward with a plan to loan money to other units of local government that borrow for two years or less. On the face of it, it seems generous.
Late property tax bills and slow to arrive property tax revenue have forced many Northwest Indiana school corporations to borrow money to pay the bills. Like any other loan, school corporations pay interest on the money they borrow. The chart/map/whatever shows how much money school corporat…
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