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Guide for Cutting Small Biz Expenses During COVID-19 Crisis

To say that we’re in the middle of a tough time is an understatement. It’s not just a health crisis – it’s a financial crisis, too. And as a small business owner, you have to navigate some pretty treacherous waters. […]

Guide for Cutting Small Biz Expenses During COVID-19 Crisis

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To say that we’re in the middle of a tough time is an understatement. It’s not just a health crisis – it’s a financial crisis, too. And as a small business owner, you have to navigate some pretty treacherous waters. […]

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7 Ways to Stretch Your Budget

There's no worse feeling than working hard each week, only to be left scraping for pennies by the end of the month. No matter your salary, chances are that

Three Smart Ways to Downsize Your Household Budget

Budgeting and cost-cutting are two topics that most people would prefer to avoid. But with just a little planning and a minimal amount of number-crunching, you can discover effective

Here’s How To Save Money On Toys This Christmas

The Christmas season is always an exciting one, especially when you’ve got kids to buy gifts for. Whether you’re a proud parent, happy uncle, or a grandparent excited to

4 Financial Tips Freelancers Should Keep In Mind

According to the latest stats, there are over 50 million people making their bread and butter as freelancers. The same study shows freelancers earn up to 17 percent more

Maryland Senate passes $44.5B budget for fiscal 2019

Sen. Ed Kasemeyer at the podium makes his final budget presentation Wednesday morning. MarylandReporter.com photo By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com The Maryland Senate on Thursday unanimously passed the state’s $44.5 billion budget for

Will Hogan’s budget explode?

By Barry Rascovar For MarylandReporter.com Through no fault of his own, Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan’s slimmed-down, $43.5 billion budget could implode at any moment, depending on actions in Washington by President

Maryland’s legislature’s fiscal chief presses for spending reform

By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com Maryland’s legislative leaders are getting pressure to fix their approach to spending not just from Republican Gov. Larry Hogan but from their own top budget expert, Warren

Maryland budget myths with a counterpoint

Gov. Larry Hogan explains his budget proposal at a Jan. 7 press conference. Left is Lt. Gov Boyd Rutherford, on the right is Budget Secretary David Brinkley and fiscal

Maryland revenue estimates down for coming year

By Connor Glowacki Capital News Service The Maryland Board of Revenue Estimates on Wednesday decided to write down state revenue estimates for fiscal 2016 and 2017 by approximately $51 million from

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