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Gary S. Williams: Credit is a fact of life, but use it carefully

Credit was once defined as “man’s confidence in man.” But in fact, the definition of credit today is more like “man’s confidence in himself.” Using credit today means you have confidence in your future ability to pay that debt. Forty ...

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Combined reporting gains traction; hurdles remain

ANNAPOLIS — A proposal to toughen taxes for multistate corporations could grow more palatable to lawmakers as they approach votes on a package of spending cuts and accounting maneuvers designed to span a $1.6 billion budget deficit. Supporters of combined ...

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Dena Shapiro Frenkel: Tips for keeping holiday spending within your budget

As we enter the third holiday season after the onset of the “Great Recession,” American consumers may be battling penny-pinching fatigue. We’ve scrimped. We’ve saved. When do we get to reward ourselves? Sure, it would be fun to celebrate the ...

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