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New Year New You: Financial Series Part Three 2.11.14

| February 12, 2014

Over the past few weeks we’ve been featuring a series called “New Year, New You” showing you ways to improve your life throughout 2014. Adding onto your income and having more cash is certainly the key to getting out of debt. But it first starts with two important components…DETERMINATION and DOWNSIZING your lifestyle. Kendall Roy […]

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New Year, New You: Increasing Financial Stability in 2014

| January 29, 2014

All month long we’ve been featuring a series called “New Year, New You” showing you ways to improve your life throughout 2014.  Right after getting your health in order, most people need to get their FINANCES in order….in order to have a solid present and a more solid future. A lot of people won’t admit […]

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Maine Hospital Debt

| September 18, 2013

AUGUSTA, Maine (AP) – Maine hospitals have received electronic payments from the state for nearly $500 million to pay back decades of debt for unpaid Medicaid services. Republican Gov. Paul LePage visited the Inland Hospital in Waterville and Central Maine Medical Center in Lewiston on Wednesday and ceremoniously handed hospital officials their checks. The hospitals […]

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UMFK Grads Have Least Debt

| January 2, 2013

Two words none of us like to hear…college debt. Many of us work to pay off our education for years after we receive our diploma. Luckily, students at UMFK don’t have to worry as much. The school was just ranked as one of the top colleges in the country that leaves students with the least amount […]

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Maine State Treasurer Talks Federal Debt and Bond Concerns

| September 26, 2012

Maine State Treasurer Bruce Poliquin is in the county, talking to business leaders about what he calls the country’s biggest financial burden…DEBT. And adds that problem certainly impacts the state of Maine. As Shawn Cunningham goes one on one with Poliquin, he touts how Maine lawmakers have cut spending quite a bit. But  that might […]

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