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Good financial news for Newburgh

Moody’s Investor Services (MIS) has upgraded the city of Newburgh’s credit rating to A3 from Baa2. It moves the city from being identified as...

Study: 1 in 5 delaying retirement due to pandemic

47% expected their taxes to go up significantly in the next four years.

Survey finds most parents with young children took on new debt...

The survey found 36% of parents used their child's college fund to help cover expenses due to the new financial strain.

Westchester County government’s COVID-19 losses could hit $160M 

Westchester County Executive George Latimer has told the Business Journal that the county's finances, like those of other governments, were in freefall as a...

County Executive Latimer welcomes $168M in federal money; ‘Our finances in...

“We'll take it,” Westchester County Executive George Latimer said when asked by the Business Journal about U.S. Sen. Chuck Schumer revealing that Westchester County...

Judy Heft: 10 steps to improve financial health

It’s never too late to get your finances order. In fact, summer is a prime time for many to focus on their finances as...

Verizon worker buyouts, impairment charge to cost more than $6 billion

A day after announcing that 10,400 management employees have accepted its buyout offer, Verizon said it expects to record a noncash goodwill impairment charge of approximately $4.6 billion.

Conn. creates transparent budget website

Connecticut has increased its efforts to remain transparent in its finances by launching a new website that centralizes all of the state's financial data.

Not wealthy yet?

Financial planner gives tips on savings.