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Auditor General Commends Scranton for Improving Stability of Police, Firefighter, Employee...

For the first time in years, the City of Scranton’s employee pension plans showed noticeable, across-the-board improvements, including stronger funding and reduced debt levels,...

Auditor General Releases Audits for School Entities in Ten Counties

Auditor General Eugene DePasquale today announced the release of audit reports for school districts in Allegheny, Bedford, Erie, Lehigh, Lycoming, Mercer, Somerset and Sullivan...

Warning about Shimmers-New Way to Steal Credit Card Info

With the holiday shopping season here, many withdraw cash from ATMs, fill up at gas stations or make payments at credit card terminals. As...

A Financial Gift for Newborns in PA in 2019

Pennsylvania Treasurer Joe Torsella is donating the full amount of his automatic pay increase to the Keystone Scholars Program. Starting in January 2019, the Keystone...

Student Loan Debt Significantly Lowers the Ability to Start a Business

Starting a business can be an arduous task for the average person, but for someone carrying student loan debt, it may feel impossible. A...

Fifth in Population, Thirty-Third in Size, But Can Pennsylvania Really Be...

With 50 states in our country, of course one of them is going to rank the worst in a few categories. The worst may...

Cost of Thanksgiving Feast Down a Bit

The American Farm Bureau Federation’s 33rd annual survey of classic items found on the Thanksgiving Day dinner table indicates the average cost of this...
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Avoiding the Holiday Financial Blues

https://youtu.be/IuHCFV6Kduo Ho, ho, ho.  Are you ready for Black Friday shopping? You made a list and checked it twice but will you be financially Naughty or...

PA Treasurer Announces Unprecedented Growth of PA ABLE Savings Program

State Treasurer Joe Torsella announced that the Pennsylvania ABLE Savings Program (PA ABLE) has surpassed $10 million in assets, and more than 1,700 accounts...

PA Table Games Revenue Drops 8% in October

Figures released and posted by the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board on its web site, www.gamingcontrolboard.pa.gov, report that table games revenue for October 2018 at $66,534,318 a decrease of 8.1%...

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