Despite, or perhaps because of, their challenges
with student loans, a difficult job market and struggling economy, millennials
have mastered a few money strategies that continue to elude older generations,
including their parents. They don’t hesitate to employ
frugal tricks that lower their expenses, embrace experiences over material
goods and even think more about saving for retirement.

“We are seeing a shift away from materialism in this
generation. I think for millennials, they have a, ‘I can figure it out for myself’
attitude, and the recession really [made] them think freshly [about their
career and money],” says Michelle...

According to the indictment, on Oct. 23, 2009, Daniel Apostolopoulos filed a Chapter 7 bankruptcy Petition, and made false statements on a bankruptcy schedule and a Statement of Financial Affairs, both of which were filed under penalty of perjury. Specifically, it is alleged that Apostolopoulos intentionally concealed his interest in a checking account, a Chicago restaurant, and property located in Wisconsin. It is also alleged that Daniel Apostolopoulos failed to disclose his relationships with his father-in-law and sister-in-law, to whom he had transferred a Volvo and a Mercedes automobile within two years of filing, as well as concealing his prior ownership in other financial accounts.


Its sister corporation, GNP Maine Holdings Inc., filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy protection in Delaware on Sept. 22, though the case has since been transferred to Maine. GNP Maine Holdings shows $65 million owed to creditors and just over $28 million in assets. Augusta attorney Pasquale Pat J. Perrino Jr. is serving as the companys trustee during the bankruptcy proceedings.

Its unclear whether the two bankruptcy cases will be combined.

GNP Maine Holdings revealed in its detailed financial report that it owes $42.34 million to secured creditors, including $20 million to Stonehenge Community Development of Baton Rouge, Louisiana, and $20 million to Enhanced Capital New Market Development...

TORONTO, Oct. 21, 2014 /CNW/ – Trez Capital Senior Mortgage Investment Corporation (TSX: TZS) (the Company) announced today that its board of directors has declared a monthly dividend of $0.045 per Class A share of the Company.  The dividend will be paid on November 14, 2014 to holders of Class A shares of record on October 31, 2014.  As of October 20, 2014, there were 7,577,988 Class A shares outstanding. The amount of the monthly dividends is equivalent to approximately $0.54 per Class A Share per annum. This represents a current yield of 6.6% based on the closing price of $8.15 of the Class A Shares on October 20, 2014. 

The Company also offers a Dividend Reinvestment...

The Onslow County Board of Commissioners is set to assign a bid for a property it recently won at foreclosure auction, present its finance department with a recently received award and more during its Monday night meeting.

According to Tax Administrator Harry Smith, Onslow County bid at a Stump Sound foreclosure sale to help ensure the county will get what’s owed.

“When a parcel is going to auction the county will enter a bid for the amount of taxes and attorney fees that have been incurred (or owed on the parcel),” he said.

The county bid on parcel 051600, a 1-acre parcel located at 110 Old Mill Road, for $6,651.61.

Rufus Murray and Sharon...

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100% LTV Mortgages Help Kick-Start Housing Starts, Builder Confidence

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Single-family housing starts climbed in September and remain near 2014 highs.

As compared to the month prior, starts increased 7,000 to reach 646,000 units started on a seasonally-adjusted annualized basis. Septembers reading sits above the six- and twelve-month rolling averages for the housing market metric; and, suggests ongoing strength in the new construction market.

Todays availability of low- and no-downpayment mortgages for first-time and repeat buyers, plus todays mortgage rates at 17-month bests, has provided a bona fide boost...

DICKINSON, ND — The majority of North Dakotans, regardless of location or political leaning, think oil-producing counties do not receive enough state oil impact funding to meet their needs, or are unsure, according to a new poll.

Roughly half — 49.7 percent — of respondents said oil counties do not receive enough funding and 31.9 percent did not respond. That leaves 18.4 percent that said western counties receive enough funding, according to a poll commissioned by Forum Communications Co. and conducted by the University of North Dakota’s College of Business and Public Administration.

“The consistent message here is the citizens are in pretty widespread...

As Doral gears up for a new budget year, a Miss Universe pageant in January and a simmering dispute between golf-course owner Donald Trump and neighboring homeowners, voters will get to vote for who they want to see take Seat 2 on the City Council.

Early voting beings Monday, with Councilwoman Bettina Rodriguez-Aguilera battling to keep her seat on the dais–former Doral councilman Pete Cabrera opposes her.

Councilwoman Ana Maria Rodriguez was automatically reelected because no one challenged her for her seat. Election day is Nov. 4. Early voting starts Monday.

Campaign signs have swamped light poles, businesses, and front yards as Rodriguez-Aguilera and Cabrera,...