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The Tale of the $8 Million 'Bargain' House in Greenwich
http://dealbook.nytimes.com/2014/01/25/the-tale-of-the-8-million-bargain-house-in-greenwich/
In the competitive insulated world of Greenwich, where men are judged as much by their financial blunders as they are by their triumphs, the tale of how Mr. Baker and his family — public records show that the house is officially owned by Mr. Baker's

Sandy aid to Hoboken on par with other NJ towns
http://www.trentonian.com/general-news/20140125/sandy-aid-to-hoboken-on-par-with-other-nj-towns
About $745 million is in a program to cover home rebuilding and repair costs not covered by insurance or other government programs. And demand still far outstrips money available in that program. STATE FUNDS FOR The problem, he said in an interview

N Is for Neo-Serfdom, O for Offshore Banking
http://www.truthdig.com/report/item/n_is_for_neo-serfdom_o_for_offshore_banking_20140125
N Is for Neo-Serfdom, O for Offshore Banking By Michael Hudson. This piece first appeared at Michael Hudson's website. See the rest of the Insider's Economic Dictionary here. Neoclassical economics: The school that arose in the last quarter of the 19th century, stripping away the classical

Fitch Affirms Hudson Americas LLC's CMBS Servicer Ratings
http://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20140124005519/en/Fitch-Affirms-Hudson-Americas-LLCs-CMBS-Servicer
The primary servicer rating reflects the company's effective primary servicing operations albeit for a small loan portfolio. The special servicer rating considers Hudson's demonstrated ability to work out and liquidate commercial real estate (CRE

The Loan Process | Mortgage Broker Sydney | Michelle Hudson

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House tax bill: Five impacts in NY

"The personal income tax is the state’s largest revenue source, and school aid is its largest general fund expenditure," Mary Beth Fiore, superintendent of the Elmira Heights school system, said in a statement. "Ending deductibility of state income taxes could drive upper income taxpayers to leave our state."

Property taxes

The House bill would still allow a deduction for up to $10,000 in property taxes, but the Senate would eliminate it entirely.

The $10,000 cap on property-tax deductions would save most homeowners upstate from losing the deduction, but that wouldn't be the case in the New York City suburbs.

In Westchester County for example, the average property-tax bill is $15,000. Statewide, the average property-tax bill is $8,700, DiNapoli said.

The disparity across the state was among the reasons Rep. John Faso, R-Columbia County, voted against the bill. Faso and other opponents in New York were looking for at least a few years to have the bill phased in, but were unsuccessful in the House version.

Railway Exchange Redevelopment Close to Reality

I live in KC, it’s not a business center in the least. St. Louis is still a strong corporate center with 9 Fortune 500’s and 19 Fortune 1000s. KC has one Fortune 500 that employs fewer then 250 people locally and less then 8 Fortune 1000s.

Take the experience I had today traveling between the two cities. I flew…KCI is dark, drab, cramped, and desolate (there were literally 7 people in the checkpoint line). I land in St. Louis (in a newly reopened section of the D Concourse no less) and it looked like the old TWA days. Bright, open, airy and, most importantly, jam packed with travelers.

I don’t know of any other city besides STL where the locals are so down on their town and themselves. This place is awesome, it’s unfortunate that I had to leave to figure that out, but it’s true. I’d give anything to move back. Kansas City would kill to have the development STL is seeing in dozens of different neighborhoods. In KC it’s Downtown and Westport. That’s it. Anything else is being built in the suburbs. The only thing that city has going for it is good national press and slightly better population growth.

How is The Grapes of Wrath (a novel) by John Steinbeck effect us by whats going on in the world right now?

A WHAT THE BOOK IS ABOUT'

The Grapes of Wrath is a novel published in 1939 and written by John Steinbeck, who was awarded the Pulitzer Prize and the Nobel Prize for Literature.


Things were so bad that there were no jobs for millions of working-age people. So they moved to where they thought they could get jobs. We are seeing a little of that today in 2008.