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Reduction in taxes on education, healthcare, infrastructure spending, etc., highlights budget 2021

Manitoba’s Progressive Conservative government released its 2021 budget on Wednesday afternoon, and it included dozens of announcements covering a variety of areas from healthcare to COVID-19 relief programs to infrastructure, to education and tax breaks. Here are some of the highlights: Protecting Manitobans with COVID-19 The top priority of Budget …

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Mortgage Interest Rates Today – CNET

Now is the time to get a great mortgage rate on your dream home. Matt Elliott / CNET In response to market volatility at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Federal Reserve reduced its benchmark interest rate for the first time in over a decade, creating a ripple effect …

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Bringing “tribal knowledge” into the digital banking era

For many, the term “Tribal knowledge” invokes a definition of historical and sometimes secret knowledge transmitted from generation to generation. Although this notion is no longer common in our communities, the concept is still very much alive and necessary for banking leaders. “Tribal knowledge” when it comes to the financial …

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What alumni need to know

Former students who attended the ITT Technical Institute – or ITT Tech – may be able to write off some or all of their student loans, thanks to a new rule against the now-defunct for-profit school. © The Washington Post / Getty Images Administrative office of the ITT technical institute …

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HKMC signs infrastructure loan agreement with five banks

As part of the deal, partner banks will identify infrastructure-related lending assets for HKMC and advance the mission of HKMC’s infrastructure finance and securitization activities, he said. The MoU defines the loan selection criteria, the participation model and the engagement procedures between HKMC and its partner banks in accordance with …

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How COVID-19 impacted the business sector in Morocco

According to figures from the dashboard of the Moroccan Industrial and Commercial Property Office (OMPIC), 83,806 legal and natural person companies were created last year, marking a poor performance of 11.7% over one year. . In other words, in 2019, a total of 94,362 companies were created in Morocco. Another …

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Biden DOE Cancels Student Debt for Disabled Borrowers

Education Secretary Miguel Cardona canceled student debt for 41,000 disabled borrowers. It also removed the requirement to submit income documents for more than 230,000 borrowers. Experts said these changes should have happened years ago. Loading Something is loading. After forgetting his student loan debt for about 72,000 defrauded borrowers Two …

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Weekly Roundup – Go to the top of the class

Recap and Analysis of the Week in State Government BOSTON – Form a line, single line. No chatter. And stay right. Teachers are used to applying these rules to their students, but when it comes to their own COVID-19 vaccinations, it wasn’t until they broke them that last week did …

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Got $ 500? Here are 3 great stocks under $ 10 to buy now

If you walked into 2020 not knowing if you had the courage to be a stock investor, your question has almost certainly been answered. That’s because we’ve witnessed record equity volatility this year, including the fastest bear market decline in history, as well as the strongest quarterly rally in decades. …

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Turkey’s private sector short-term external debt is increasing

ANKARA Turkey’s private sector short-term debt stock rose in September, but long-term debt fell, the country’s central bank said on Monday. Short-term private sector foreign loans, excluding trade credits, stood at $ 8.9 billion in September, up $ 179 million from the end of 2019. Meanwhile, financial institutions’ liabilities accounted …

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