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For Many American States, It's Like the Recession Never Ended

Posted Wed, May 20, 2015
Alabama Governor Robert Bentley has warned of impending cuts, including the closing of 15 of 22 state parks. Photographer: Brynn Anderson/AP Photo By Mark Niquette Six years after the recession ended, many U.S. states are hard presse...    view full article >>
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Supreme Court Hands 401(k) Investors A Victory

Posted Wed, May 20, 2015
Ashlea Ebeling FORBES STAFF In a victory for workers and retirees with 401(k)s, the Supreme Court ruled inTibble v.¬†Edison¬†that a 6-year statute of limitations does not bar workers from suing their employers for retaining imprudent in...    view full article >>
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Wal-Mart Results Miss Estimates as Currency Crimps Earnings

Posted Tue, May 19, 2015
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Bank of America is forecasting a 'scary summer' for the stock market

Posted Tue, May 19, 2015
Everett Collection This could be a scary summer for stock investors. By BARBARAKOLLMEYER MARKETS REPORTER Investors might want to add a little cash and...    view full article >>
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China retakes spot as biggest holder of U.S. debt

Posted Mon, May 18, 2015
By Sophia Yan Well, that was short-lived. After just one month, China has nudged Japan out of the way, retaking the top spot as the world's biggest holder of U.S. debt. Treasury Department data released Friday showed that China o...    view full article >>
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OKlahoma property tax exemption program benefits power plants, wind farms

Posted Mon, May 18, 2015
A power plant boom in Oklahoma after 2000 was helped by a property tax exemption in much the same way as wind farm expansion in the last decade. Lawmakers dropped power plants from the program in 2009 and recently passed a bill ending the incentive for...    view full article >>
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David is an Associate Wealth Advisor with Womack Investment Advisers.

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