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Confidence among U.S. homebuilders held in March at a nine-month low as sales prospects waned, a sign the housing market may be struggling to accelerate as the spring- selling season approaches. more
When it comes to car repairs, Rhode Island is on the more affordable end, according to the RepairPal Institute, the research and data science division of RepairPal, an auto repair website. more
(Updated 10:55 a.m.) Thomas Parsons Kellogg III, president of ParsonsKellogg LLC, has been named Rhode Island’s Small Business Person of the Year by the U.S. Small Business Administration. more
The College of Business Administration at the University of Rhode Island this month will host the chief executive of a major finance and development company in Spain to discuss the country’s financial crisis. more
Rhode Island congressional and state leaders are promoting a new consumer finance tool designed to help residents begin saving for retirement. The tool, dubbed “myRA,” is run through the U.S. Treasury Department and allows people to open a retirement plan with no minimum balance and without fees. more
John McQuilkin is an associate professor of accounting at Roger Williams University. During tax season, the school’s accounting students must take turns preparing taxes through the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program at the Federal Hill House in Providence. McQuilkin talks with Providence Business News about how this effort is symbiotic. more
Two amazing comebacks in Michigan dominated last week’s news: that of Bernie Sanders, and that of the auto industry. Whether Sanders’s lasts will be known soon enough. more
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau last week announced it would begin accepting complaints from consumers encountering issues with loans from online marketplace lenders. more
Special Olympics Rhode Island recently inducted the Credit Unions of Rhode Island into their 2016 Hall of Fame, recognizing the financial institutions for their more than 18 years of support. more
U.S. retail sales dropped in February and the prior month’s gain was revised to a decline, calling into question the narrative that bigger gains in consumer spending would propel economic growth at the start of 2016. more
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