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Financial Services
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Fidelity Charitable is now allowing its asset donors to support charities through bitcoin, which the group says can be less expensive for the donor and easier to accept for the recipient. more
The U.S. Small Business Administration of Rhode Island this month graduated six small-business owners who successfully completed a federal training program that’s focused on businesses poised for growth. more
Ross Silva is the new regional loan officer at Navigant Credit Union. He talks with Providence Business News about his new role, why the credit union added it and what he thinks about the lending market in Rhode Island. more
In a lot of ways, traditional pensions are much better than the so-called defined contribution plans -- mostly 401(k)s -- that have largely replaced them in the U.S. private sector. more
Ned McCrory is the managing partner for Batchelor, Frechette, McCrory Michael & Co. They are a well-respected accounting firm in Providence, serving clients across the country. As managing partner, Ned has helped inject into the firm's … more
If you have a customer-loyalty program, you'd be wise to re-evaluate it. Pending accounting changes may soon make your program too risky. Incentives to returning customers already require a careful balancing act between risk and reward. … more
Marcum LLP, a national accounting and advisory services firm with an office in Providence, said Friday that it will merge with Philadelphia-based Smart, Devine & Co. LLC, an accounting and consulting firm. more
Bank of America has named the House of Hope Community Development Corp. as a 2015 Neighborhood Builder, awarding it $200,000 in funding. more
The BankFive Foundation, a fund of the Community Foundation of Southeastern Massachusetts, has awarded $25,000 to Coastline Elderly Services Inc. to support the purchase of a Meals on Wheels program delivery vehicle. more
Which is the greater number: $105 or $100 plus 3 percent? You might think this a trivial question, but about 60 percent of adults can’t answer it correctly -- and many of them still use financial services. more
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