Saturday, December 3, 2016 Kislev 3, 5777
By:
Michelle Mostovy-Eisenberg, JE Feature
After more than 35 years, Rosenberg's Hebrew Books will be closing the doors of its Jenkintown shop after Chanukah, according to Chaim Rosenberg, a son of the store's founders, who operates the location at 409 Old York Road. Freda and the late Sol Rosenberg started selling Hebrew books in 1954, out of the family home on North Hutchinson Street in...
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The news ticker on the TV at the gym shows the dollar falling, the morning paper forecasts economic doubt, and the economic outlook appears to be dreary everywhere you turn. While it may seem counterintuitive, business experts will tell you that now is a great time for entrepreneurs looking to start a new business. Often, times like these are when...
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By:
Fred D. Snitzer, JE Feature
Among the members of the new economic team of President-elect Barack Obama are individuals who were involved in the major financial crises of the last 10 years -- a leading scholar of the Great Depression, a former Fed chairman who defeated the inflation of the late 1970s, and an economics professor widely considered to be one of the most brilliant...
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Facing up to the hapless fact of losing your home
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Dave Dinkel, JE Feature
The three most-frequently used methods to resolve foreclosure are loan reinstatement, forbearance agreement or loan modification. While there are numerous other specific ways to stop foreclosures, these three are used most frequently. Loan Reinstatement: This is where a lender has started the foreclosure process and the homeowner finds a way to pay back or "reinstate" the entire deficiency owed. The...
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The Class of '08 finds windows of opportunities not so clear-cut
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Adriana Loeff, JE Feature
Anxiety runs high in the Class of 2008, the first since 2001 to graduate into slowdown and possible recession. New grads feel especially vulnerable, since they are trying to break in while current employees are holding tight to the jobs the up-and-comers might fill. Worse, there's growing evidence that the financial consequences of entering the job market during a recession...
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