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Don't Compromise Your Personal Information This Holiday Shopping Season
Consumers say they're worried about identity theft this holiday season, but they say these concerns won't affect how they shop. Here are steps you can take to protect your data online and in stores.

The Troubling News Student Loan Borrowers Need To Know About
Why borrowers who thought they were eligible for this government program may no longer be.

House and Senate agree: The adoption tax credit stays
The Senate's proposed tax plan preserves the adoption tax credit.

Government to examine Rs 5 lakh tax exemption proposal for pensioners
The letter, dated November 14, said that a pensioner who is above 80 years is not required to pay tax if the total income, including pension, does not exceed Rs 5 lakh.

Exclusive - After Islamic State defeat, broken Iraqi farmers weigh heavy losses
By Michael Georgy and Maha El Dahan QARAQOSH, Iraq/ABU DHABI (Reuters) - Sami Yuhanna was making a decent living as a wheat farmer until a jihadist put a gun to his head and declared his land in Iraq's Nineveh province the property of Islamic State. An army offensive has cleared the militants from the eastern half of the provincial capital, Mosul, and nearby towns and villages like Qaraqosh, home to Yuhanna's fields.

Naredco pitches for 6% GST rate for realty sector
Naredco pitches for 6% GST rate for realty sector Realtors#39; body Naredco has urged the government to halve the GST rate for the sector to 6 percent to boost demand for under-construction housing projects.