How to Protect Yourself: Co-signing a Loan Source: The Florida Attorney General’s Office Before you decide to co-sign a loan with someone, make certain that you understand exactly what cosigning a loan involves and what your obligations will be. Be sure you can afford to pay if you have to, and that you want to
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How to Protect Yourself: Sweepstakes Source: The Florida Attorney General’s Office If you receive a letter or phone call telling you that you have won a substantial cash award or other fantastic prize, be extremely cautious. The likelihood is great that you have won nothing of any value and are merely the victim of a
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All federal benefit payments will be electronic by March 1, 2013. People applying or federal benefit payments must choose an electronic payment option – direct deposit to a bank or credit union account or to a Direct Express® Debit MasterCard® card. People currently getting benefit checks are required to switch to an electronic payment option
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FNBP is conducting a Household Supply drive for Sunrise of Pasco: Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Center. They are most urgently in need of Toilet Paper, D-size Batteries, and good old-fashioned string mops. All other household items are also welcome. If you need it in your house, they need it in theirs… Please drop off
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The major indices closed mixed last Friday as a week of slow trading was capped by a market-wide selloff on Friday. The retreat was driven by a mediocre June jobs report and fears about a jobless recovery. The S&P closed down only 0.55%, the Dow gained 1.35%, and the Nasdaq rose 0.08%.1 The U.S. suffered
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July 3, 2012 Better Business Bureau Issues Warning About Utility Bill Payment Scam The BBB has issued a nationwide warning about a new scam claiming that President Obama will pay your utility bills through a new federal program. Consumers have been contacted through telephone calls, fliers, social media, text messages, and word-of-mouth with claims that the federal
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Dade City, FL June 12, 2012— First National Bank of Pasco is proud to announce its 4th Annual “Stuff the BackPack Drive.” School supplies or cash donations will be accepted July 16th through August 3rd at all three branch locations: 13315 U.S. Hwy. 301, Dade City; 4518 Gall Blvd., Zephyrhills; and 37215 S.R. 54, Zephyrhills.
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While the first quarter of 2012 beat expectations, the second quarter poured cold water on investors’ hopes for a strong encore. Much like the last two years, the economy got off to a solid start only to falter in the spring. Despite a strong showing in the latter half of June, markets are down for
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Markets had a lackluster week as investors shrugged off two pieces of relatively positive news: that Greeks voted a pro-bailout party into office, and that the Fed took additional action to stimulate the economy. Despite a couple of strong trading sessions, markets lost ground for the week; the S&P closed down 0.58%, while the Dow
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Highlighting just how fickle equity markets can be, key indices managed to notch gains last week in spite of precarious conditions in Europe ahead of Greek elections and disappointing economic data. For the week, the S&P advanced 1.3%, the Dow 1.7%, and the Nasdaq 0.5%. The week started on a sour note as investors faced
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