BUT…….sometimes we can’t get past the louder noise in our minds…..all of the failures and regret from last year and years before. We all have a tendency to rehearse over and over again where we missed it or came up short. Our minds bark out “if only I had done…” or “I can’t believe I didn’t…..” Or, even worse, I call them the “threatening three: woulda, shoulda, coulda”. You know what I’m talking about. And I’ll be completely honest here…..you are reading from a junkie! Yes, I’ll admit it. I am a junkie.
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In certain instances, a court can order that a person’s wages be garnished in order to pay off a creditor, to cover mandatory child support payments, or to take care of other legal obligations. When you are hit with a wage garnishment, this means that your employer will be required to withhold a portion of your paycheck and send that money directly to your creditor. Moreover, this will continue until the debt has been completely paid off or the legal obligation has been entirely met.
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JJCC Real Estate LLC v. Brooklyn Renaissance, LLC (In re Brooklyn Renaissance, LLC), 556 B.R. 68 (Bankr. N.D. N.Y. 2016) – After a proposed sale of the debtor’s real estate failed to close, the debtor declared a default and retained … Continue reading
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Ategra Community Financial Institution Fund believes the move would improve independent oversight of management.
The Minneapolis company announced that Richard Davis will retire as CEO this spring. He will be succeeded by longtime deputy Andy Cecere.
For banks, which stake their business on being trustworthy and reliable, there's a certain amount of risk to putting a chatbot out there that could make embarrassing or serious gaffes.
Bitcoin exchange and digital wallet provider Coinbase has received a virtual currency and money transmitter license — commonly known as a BitLicense — from the New York State Department of Financial Services.
Critics say the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency is moving too far and too fast in its effort to offer a fintech charter, overlooking skepticism that it lacks sufficient legal authority.
Leadership of the Senate Banking Committee came into fuller view on Tuesday with the announcement of subcommittee assignments.
Top Democrats vowed Tuesday to defend the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, predicting Director Richard Cordray will file a lawsuit if he were fired by Donald Trump after he is sworn in as president.
The Michigan company expects a recently announced mortgage initiative to produce solid growth in 2017.
Just days before President Obama will leave office, the White House released a white paper advocating for the U.S. government to engage in efforts to promote the fintech industry.
The highly regarded and outspoken Richard Davis is a hard act to follow, but Andy Cecere, who will take over the successful Minneapolis company in a few months, is said to have the right blend of knowledge and judicious temperament for meeting the business challenges that lie ahead.
The embattled company's new incentive pay plan appears to resemble those used by other banks, which suggests that regulators are unlikely to demand big changes throughout the sector.
HSBC has formed an advisory board to guide it on fintech, cybersecurity and IT infrastructure issues.
Higher lending for mortgages, construction and commercial real estate boosted Fulton Financial's profit.
Three midsize banks projected increases in loans this year in the latest round of earnings discussions, but their levels of optimism varied, and their commercial lending strategies in some cases conflicted.
FIS is forming a network for the inaugural class of its VC Fintech Accelerator program.
The foreign representative of Metinvest B.V., the parent company of a vertically integrated group of steel and mining companies headquartered in Ukraine, has commenced a case (Case No. 17- 10130) under Chapter 15 of the Bankruptcy Code by filing a petition with the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of Delaware. The Honorable Laurie Selber Silverstein will preside over the case. The filing is in furtherance of a scheme of arrangement pursuant to Part 26 of the Companies Act 2006 pending before The High Court of Justice, Chancery Division, Companies Court of England and Wales. The memorandum in support of the petition and the declaration of the foreign representative are provided.
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This morning, in the latest chapter in the ongoing debate over Section 316(b) of the Trust Indenture Act, the Second Circuit reversed the district court’s decision in Marblegate, concluding that the TIA does not prohibit out-of-court restructurings that deprive non-consenting noteholders of their substantive right to payment on account of their notes. There will be … Continue reading
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