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Archive: December 30, 2013

PHOTO: Utility crews have worked around the clock to restore power to the nearly 600,000 Michiganders impacted by last week's ice storms, but much work lies ahead for home and business owners. Photo courtesy of Mona Shand

LANSING, Mich. - The lights are finally back on for many of the nearly 600,000 Michigan homes and businesses whose electric power was knocked out by the pre-Christmas ice storm, but the recovery from days spent in the cold and dark will take time and effort. According to Lori Conarton, communicati ...Read More

The Rolling Jubilee has been very successful at taking donations and using them to buy up and forgive debts. But the organizers say the problem is too big to be solved by charity, so they are moving on to teaching debtors to help themselves. GRAPHIC by Strike Debt.

CHARLESTON, W.Va. - After an astonishingly successful run - buying up and forgiving debt - the Rolling Jubilee has said it is time to do more: organizing debtors to speak up for themselves. The jubilee was described as a "bailout by the people, for the people," collecting donations to buy heavily di ...Read More

PHOTO: The rush is on to make charitable donations before the end of the year, but Missourians still need to find time to make smart choices so those donations will do the most good. Photo courtesy of stockphotosforfree.com.

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. - With the clock now racing toward the end of the year, the rush is on to make those last-minute charitable donations before midnight on December 31, but experts urge Missourians to do their homework to maximize year-end contributions. In order to receive a tax deduction, donatio ...Read More

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