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Kentucky sets record on SBA 504 loans The U.S. Small Business Administration just set a new loan dollar record in Kentucky on the SBA 504 Loan Program, with more than $46.3 million for the 2012 fiscal year. This amount was driven by the Temporary 504...
email@example.comSTANFORD — Lincoln County Fiscal Court passed on Tuesday the first reading of its proposed $8.17 million budget for the coming fiscal year. County Treasurer Teresa Padgett said one of the biggest changes is that the occupational tax account will...
In his May 22 column, Bob Martin says the Obama administration “does not understand market economics,” and is “lying for political purposes.” The main thrust of his screed is that private equity firms, such as Bain Capital, are...
The Winchester SunThe Winchester Municipal Utilities Commission expects to save $1.5 million over the next 20 years by refinancing a 2002 bond. Thanks to an A rating from Standard and Poor’s Rating Service and lower interest rates, WMU will retire the original...
The United States isn’t the only government that’s had its credit rating lowered. Two agencies also recently downgraded Kentucky’s bond rating. In reducing the commonwealth’s rating, Moody’s Investors Service pointed to...
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Changing the focus in Frankfort is a challenge. But it’s possible when a compelling argument is made based on documented research reinforced with recommendations for practical solutions. That, in brief, has been the impact of “Leaky Bucket,&...
Kentucky is now surrounded on three sides by neighbor states that are making dynamic conservative changes to their economic policy and experiencing dynamic results. Recently we learned that the conservative leadership of Indiana has led to a $1.2 billion...
The Winchester SunAt the Winchester-Clark County Chamber of Commerce’s first inaugural public policy luncheon, Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnell spoke to business leaders about the past two weeks in Washington leading up to the debt agreement, and said the key...
It’s spring — time to clean out the gutters, tune up the lawnmower and wash down the windows. But as you attend to these types of tasks around your home, why not take the time to do some financial “spring cleaning” as well?...
In a dour end to Abercrombie & Fitch Co.'s difficult week, the teen retailer watched its stock slide by the largest margin in months after it reported a double-digit sales decline. The company's same-store sales in the U.S. plunged 17% in the first...
NEW YORK — After bracing for a steep fall, Wall Street barely shrugged at a sharp sell-off in stock markets around the globe. It all started in Asia. Weak manufacturing data out of China pointed to a slowdown in the world's second-largest economy,...
In reference to the article, "BGE seeks rate increase on heels of last case" (May 17), BGE should be run like any other company. Every other company has to pass some of the cost to the stockholders, reducing quarterly earnings, for instance. I would...
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