Finance Archive

Poll: Target Data Breach Scaring Away Shoppers

The recent data breach at Target stores is wider-ranging than expected

Credit Union Video Promotes Its United Way Support

For 13 consecutive years, every employee of Lower Pottsgrove-based Diamond Credit

‘Go Slow,’ Business Groups Say On Property Tax Reform

Pennsylvania’s largest and loudest voices from the business community are urging

National Penn Moves Ahead With Allentown Relocation

The bank, which last year said it would relocate its corporate

Diamond Brings Back-To-School Donations To Sanatoga

Children served by the Pottstown Family Center were the beneficiaries Monday

Keep Loan Burden Low As Students Head To College

The cost of higher education has skyrocketed over the years. Some

CPA Timothy Forester Joins The Life Financial Group

The certified public accountant, who is the former assistant treasurer of

Sanatoga Shopping Center Set For County Sheriff’s Sale

The Sanatoga PA plaza on East High Street that features several

Foreclosures Still Hot Locally; 26 Advertised Wednesday

Of 26 locally published legal notices regarding foreclosure actions, 14 involved

PA’s Capital, Harrisburg, Charged By SEC With Fraud

Federal investigators said city officials misled the public, and its investors,

Wells Fargo Plans To Lend More To Women-Owned Firms

Companies owned and operated by women make up one of the

Three Agents Join Keller Williams Realty’s Limerick PA Office

Chuck DeMutis, Heather Vernon, and Rebecca Brendlinger have joined its growing

Pottsgrove Saves Thousands In Tuesday Bond Auction

Bonds sold at auction Tuesday morning by the Pottsgrove School District

Protect Life From Financial Disaster Too, State CPAs Warn

If Hurricane Sandy local effects taught us anything, it's the need

Women’s Finances Topic of January Sanatoga Seminar

The discussion of women's finances, money issues and retirement is scheduled