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FP rate reduced to 8.1% for 2021-22, lowest in years

EPFO is the largest pension fund in the country and the second largest non-banking financial institution with a corpus of around ₹16 lakh crore EPFO is the largest pension fund in the country and the second largest non-banking financial institution with a corpus of around ₹16 lakh crore The return …

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Tuition Affordability Plan Moving IUP Forward as a Student-Centered University | Opinion

OOn March 2, the Board of Governors of the State of Pennsylvania Higher Education System approved IUP’s Tuition Affordability Plan, which has the potential to save students thousands of dollars. Pennsylvania undergraduate at IUP each year, beginning in fall 2022. Under IUP’s Tuition Affordability Plan, any undergraduate student residing in …

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New EPAC members offer advice on preparing for a career in HR

Which courses best prepare students for a career in human resources? The five new members of the Society for Human Resource Management’s (SHRM) Emerging Professionals Advisory Council (EPAC) spoke with SHRM online on which courses they found most useful and which ones they wish they had taken to better prepare …

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SVB&T Corporation, Parent Comp – GuruFocus.com

JASPER, IN /ACCESSWIRE/February 22, 2022/ SVB&T Company (OTCQX: SVBT, Financial), parent company of Springs Valley Bank & Trust Company, today announced that its Board of Directors has declared a two-for-one stock split in the form of a stock dividend, payable on or on or about March 10, 2022 to shareholders …

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APC convention postponed: PDP asks the party to re-register as a political party

By Ayodele Oni The People’s Democratic Party (PDP) has advised the ruling All Progressive Congress (APC) to reapply for registration as a political party with the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) due to its inability to hold its national convention. The PDP, in a statement on Tuesday, noted that “as …

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Los Angeles is changing. Can a flagship theater keep up?

LOS ANGELES — For 55 years, the Center Theater Group has brought theater to a city that has always been known for cinema. Its three stages have championed major new works — “Angels in America,” “Zoot Suit,” and “Twilight: Los Angeles, 1992,” to name just three of its most acclaimed …

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German-speaking Covid deniers seek to build paradise in Paraguay | Paraguay

A 1,600-hectare (4,000-acre) gated community, dubbed El Paraíso Verde, or Green Paradise, is being carved out of the fertile red earth of Caazapá, one of Paraguay’s poorest regions. The population of the community – made up mostly of German, Austrian and Swiss immigrants – will eventually grow from 150 to …

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Hingham Institution for Savings (NASDAQ:HIFS) market cap fell $65 million last week; individuals who hold 32% have been affected as well as institutions

A look at the shareholders of Hingham Institution for Savings (NASDAQ:HIFS) can tell us which group is more powerful. The group holding the largest number of shares in the company, around 32% to be precise, are made up of individual investors. In other words, the group is likely to gain …

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Warm Hearth’s Slone Receives Award from Montgomery Chamber | New River Valley

Amy Slone, Associate Director of Development for the Warm Hearth Foundation, received the Outstanding Community Service Award from the Montgomery County Chamber of Commerce at its annual meeting on December 2. Criteria for the Individual Outstanding Community Service Award include the contributions of their time, talents and resources to the …

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Ready to engage your Civicside? Lafayette non-profit wants to empower you to implement community change | Entertainment / Life

Two Lafayette community improvement groups – ReCover Acadiana and the 24 Hour Citizen Project – are joining forces to create a new nonprofit, Civicside, focused on supporting local advancement projects and providing resources to the next generation of civic leaders. The new nonprofit smoothly launched in November at the 24 …

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New leaders at NO / LA Angel Network, LCMC Health, UNO business school | Economic news

New Orleans Elizabeth “Libby” Favrot was appointed general manager of the NO / LA Angels Network. She replaces Louisa Smith, who moves to New York but will remain manager of NO / LAAN’s sidecar investment fund, The Pelican Angel Fund. Favrot has been on the staff of Delgado Community College …

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Nancy Chatfield | Death notice | riograndesun.com

At almost the age of 70, Nancy Chatfield died on November 28 in Espanola, New Mexico. Nancy came to this planet with a desire for excitement and change. She has lived in many places and tried herself in a variety of opportunities. She sold real estate, beautiful clothes and boutique …

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FTC’s Amended Safeguard Rule Imposes Significant Requirements on Covered Entities

On October 27, 2021, the Federal Trade Commission (“FTC”) announced further updates to the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act (“GLBA”) by changing standards for protecting customer information, known as of a “Saving Rule”, and by issuing a Final Rule (the “Final Rule”). The Safeguard Rule is designed to protect the security and integrity …

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Obituary: Elizabeth “Beth” Ann (McAllister) McCashland

Elizabeth “Beth” Ann (McAllister) McCashland GLASTONBURY, Connecticut – Elizabeth “Beth” Ann (McAllister) McCashland, 81 of Glastonbury, Connecticut, passed away on Monday December 13, 2021. She was born to the late Gerald and Muriel (Marston) McAllister on November 7. , 1940 and grew up on Judson Street in Mechanic Falls. Beth …

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Turmoil hits anti-poverty group as report challenges contracts | National government and new policies

The other main functions of the agency are the administration of utilities and rental assistance, as well as house weatherization projects. Richardson said Myles was fired after responding unsatisfactorily to the allegations. It is not known if an outside agency is investigating. “She has retained full control of this organization,” …

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Organization of the Nuclear Industries of Canada Congratulates its 2021 Supplier Award Winners and Announces New Board of Directors

The Organization of Canadian Nuclear Industries (OCNI) held its second virtual AGM and awards event on November 25 with the participation of its 248 member companies. PICKERING, ONTARIO, CANADA, Nov 25, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ – The OCNI 2021 Supplier Excellence Awards were presented to five OCNI member companies by OCNI President …

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Ohio banking sector seeks to step up diversity efforts

The Ohio Bankers League has become a national leader in developing programs to improve diversity among bank employees and boards. Its Summer Banking Institute, which offers internships for minority students, and the Diversity Directors College, which promotes diversity on bank boards, have attracted national attention. OBL, the nonprofit trade association …

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Amnesty International closes its offices in Hong Kong

Amnesty International will close its two offices in Hong Kong by the end of the year, the organization announced today. The local office of the “section” will cease operations on October 31, while the regional office – which is part of Amnesty International’s Global Secretariat – is expected to close …

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The sleepy races of the school boards are waking up

The Blue Valley School District in Johnson County, Kansas has some of the best public high schools in the state. Typically, school board candidates sail to unopposed victory, while the turnout is a meager single-digit percentage of all eligible voters. “Very sleepy, very calm,” said Andrew Van Der Laan, who …

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Alpha Xi Delta suspends its partnership with Autism Speaks

Get the latest Syracuse news delivered straight to your inbox. Subscribe to our newsletter here. Alpha Xi Delta has ended its national philanthropy with Autism Speaks. Alpha Xi Delta National Committee announcement on June 14 that they will end their 12-year partnership with Autism Speaks and reorient their philanthropic focus …

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Sunday August 22 – Twin Cities

FINANCIAL SERVICES CPAs and Mahoney Consultants, St. Paul, announced the launch of Mahoney Development Services, at the service of real estate developers; Principal consultant Andrew Hugues will run the business. … Ideal savings fund, Woodbury, announced the hiring of Jake asmussen as associate vice president of consumer loans and Todd …

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NCAA Gender Gap Caused By March Madness

The NCAA’s financial dependence on its Division I men’s basketball tournament has long fueled gender inequalities in college sports, investigators said in a report Tuesday, when they put the association with the challenge of revisiting its approach to two of the most famous events in American athletics. “NCAA broadcast deals, …

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What’s going on June 7-13 | New

Monday July 19 Lunches are available from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Tahlequah Day Center. Eastside Alcoholics Anonymous meets at noon and 8 p.m. at 812 Ward St. Zumba is at 5 and 6 p.m. at the TACO building in Cookson, 32247 S. 540 Road. Humane Society of …

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Robeson County towns plan July 4th celebrations

June 25, 2021 As the United States intensified its efforts during World War II in the early 1940s, Fort Bragg became the largest military post in the country, accommodating 60,000 troops. But lesser-known military training was taking place about 40 miles southwest of Fort Bragg, in what is now Laurinburg-Maxton …

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CEO Selected for Affordable Pet Care Organization

Jennifer Barker succeeds Rob Levine, who announced his intention to retire earlier this year. JACKSONVILLE, Fla – The Board of Directors of First Coast No More Homeless Pets has unanimously elected Jennifer Barker as Executive Director. Barker succeeds Rob Levine, who announced his intention to retire earlier this year. Levine …

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Lemonade Day National Youth Entrepreneurship Organization Announces Nicole Cassier-Mason as New CEO

HOUSTON – (COMMERCIAL THREAD) –Lemonade day announced today that Nicole Cassier-Mason was appointed general manager. Lemonade Day is a non-profit youth entrepreneurship organization that helps prepare young people for life and prepares them to become forward-thinking leaders and citizens of tomorrow through fun and experiential programs. Cassier-Mason joined Lemonade Day …

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13 lessons learned about rural volunteering

From townships to county commissions, city councils to church councils and weed control councils in hospitals, parks, schools or counties, the list of opportunities and needs varies by area. populated. Yes, urban areas also have volunteer needs, but they can appeal to a larger pool of people. My husband and …

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How K Street sees the infrastructure talks

With Daniel Lippman PROGRAMMING NOTE: POLITICO Influence will not publish on Monday May 31. We will resume our normal schedule on Tuesday June 1st. HOW K STREET SEES INFRASTRUCTURE SPEAKS: Where do infrastructure negotiations take place between President Joe Biden and Senate Republicans are the head of the household? “In …

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GOP data center hires new senior advisor

Data Trust is a key part of the Republican Party’s electoral machinery: it is the GOP’s centralized hub of voter data, providing this information to vendors and consultants across the party. | Photo AP / Paul Sancya Republicans are calling in a veteran strategist to address concerns about the GOP’s …

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PPP And EIDL Loan Advances And Changes Under New Act

PPP And EIDL Loan Advances And Changes Under New Act

Note to readers: On January 6th the SBA released additional guidance further clarifying the information below. You will find the updated article here.

It is finally happening!

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A first step to automate your business processes

Elevate your enterprise data technology and strategy to Transform 2021. Where to start and what scope to tackle has been one of the enduring challenges of process improvement. This challenge also continued to hurt digital automation. If the reach is too large, the team and the effort can be accused …

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HFPA publishes new code of conduct

On Friday afternoon, the board of directors of the Hollywood Foreign Press Association released a statement outlining its most recent steps to reform the organization. “As we have said before, we are dedicated to transformational reform and are implementing the changes as quickly as possible without sacrificing the integrity of …

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Shuvradeb Halder launches new organization-MedLesson

Shuvradeb Halder, a well-known rising multi-sector activist, has launched a new organization – MedLesson – for “No More Deaths, Before The Doctor Arrives”. Shuvradeb Halder is a creative writer, social activist, speaker, entrepreneur and involved in humanitarian activities. He was born in Pirojpur. He was a student at Collège Notre-Dame. …

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Edward E “Ed” Soleska | Obituary

April 20, 1941 – April 28, 2021 Jefferson, WI – EDWARD E. SOLESKA, 80, from Jefferson, passed away peacefully on Wednesday April 28, 2021 at his home. Ed was born on April 20, 1941 in Oconomowoc, WI to Phillip and Margaret (McCaughey) Soleska. He graduated from Economowoc High School in …

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Collier County Commissioners Approve New Leadership Structure

Collier County commissioners unanimously approved on Tuesday a new leadership structure requested by County Director Mark Isackson, who took over the agency earlier this month. The new structure includes two deputy county directors, instead of one, and two deputies from the growth management department to replace former administrator Thaddeus Cohen. …

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Politics and other things – Buffalo Rising

Regular readers of this blog will know that many articles have been posted here, reviewing the financial and management issues that have existed over the years at SUNY Erie (aka Erie Community College or ECC). The university’s board of trustees did the right thing almost a year ago when they …

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Definition of the Loan Production Office (LPO)

What is a loan production office? A Loan Production Office (LPO) is an administrative division of a bank which, as the name suggests, deals only with loan-related activities. The Federal Reserve defines an LPO as “a staffed establishment, other than a branch, which is open to the public and provides …

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Jiayin Group Inc. announces a change of auditor

Enter Wall Street with Street Insider Premium. Claim your 1-week free trial here. SHANGHAI, China, March 08, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Jiayin Group Inc. (“Jiayin” or the “Company”) (NASDAQ: JEND), one of the leading fintech platforms in China, today announced the appointment of Marcum Bernstein & Pinchuk LLP (“MBP”) as …

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