Need to Work From Home and Make Money
Clooney raises money in Venice for Darfur victims (CNN.com)
VENICE, Italy (AP) -- George Clooney hosted a charity event Tuesday night to raise money for victims in Darfur.
Q: The $7,500 tax credit for first-time home buyers will help, but I need the money before I buy. (Louisville Courier-Journal)
A: The National Association of Home Builders suggests that prospective home buyers who qualify for the tax credit reduce their income-tax withholding to save up the money.
Summer Sanity: Look to consignment shops to make -- or save -- money (The Star-Ledger)
Donating old clothing or toys is a noble effort, and the tax-deductible receipt is helpful come April 15. But if you need cold, hard cash now, consider selling your used goods through a consignment shop or a thrift shop.
Do You Need a Daily Money Manager? (The Motley Fool via Yahoo! News)
Imagine we're producing a new reality show called A Day in the Life of You. How much of your time would be devoted to money matters? For most of us, it's not enough.
The Last Word on Kids and Cash (KiplingerForecasts.com)
What your children need to know about money and how to teach them.
Contractor to find money for sewer plant (Hi-Desert Star)
YUCCA VALLEY ? The Hi-Desert Water District Board of Directors on Wednesday learned some of the details involved in borrowing the money the district will need to build a wastewater reclamation facility.
FDIC may borrow money from Treasury: report (Reuters via Yahoo! News)
Federal Deposit Insurance Corp (FDIC) might have to borrow money from the Treasury Department to see it through an expected wave of bank failures, the Wall Street Journal reported.
Pets Need Surgery: Surgery Costs Money (WCMH Columbus)
COLUMBUS, Ohio-- Each year in Central Ohio, dogs turn up homeless, without food and sometimes in pain from injury. These stray pets cross our path and many of us just want to pick them up, hold them and take them home.
Do You Need a Daily Money Manager? (Motley Fool via Yahoo! Finance)
No time to manage your money? Hire help.
In poor health: No money for meds (The Clarion-Ledger)
On the worst days, when the money's running out again, Raymond Newell cuts his pills in half to make them last longer.Newell, 50, is among the 11 percent of U.S. consumers who say they have cut back on the number of prescription drugs they take, or on the dosage.