Personal Finance Archive

Scammers’ Latest Trick: Pretending They’re With IRS

Scam artists are contacting western Montgomery County residents claiming to represent

Trouble Selling A Home? ‘Grove Director Relates

Pottsgrove school director John Rossi said Tuesday he empathizes with district

‘Keep The Cash Handy,’ Pottsgrove Board Concludes

The Pottsgrove school board informally agreed Tuesday to keep a cash

School Directors Defer Wireless Access Point ‘Loans’

A proposal was floated Tuesday to lease wireless devices for a

Site, Webinars Offer Sanatogans Insurance Resources

A new website and three accompanying webinars, created in part by

Fund Balance Planning on Pottsgrove Tuesday Agenda

Where will the Pottsgrove School District put its money in the

Police: Phone Scam Takes Ugly Turn In Township

A bad guy on the phone tried to extort money from

Township 2015 Draft Budget Up By 2.57 Percent

That number means little, Lower Pottsgrove Manager Ed Wagner noted, because

In Senate Surprise, Property Tax Reform Creeps Ahead

But the joy Berks County resident and property tax reform advocate

‘Grove Knows 2015-16 Magic Tax Number: 2.6 Percent

School district Business Administrator David Nester on Tuesday delivered his first

Got A Spare $14,500? PA Needs To Settle A Debt

Pennsylvania has more than $38.9 billion in assets, but more than

Free Shredding Offered Sept. 6 At Limerick Offices

State Rep. Mark Painter will host free shredding of unwanted personal

PA Seniors’ Anxiety Up As Election Draws Closer

An AARP Pennsylvania poll shows that likely voters age 50-and-older in

Limerick Looks For Retirement Investment Help

The township in July called for professionals to offer investment management

Fastest Way To College Money May Be 140 Characters

Rather than use a search engine, high school seniors like those

Report: 1,100 In Township Earn Less Than $10 Hour

Extrapolating national statistics to a local population is never exact. But

Township Budget This Year A More Internal Affair

Make no mistake: Lower Pottsgrove commissioners aren't surrendering control of the

Again! Township Streets Hit By Thieves, Vandals

Lower Pottsgrove police said there were eight incidents of thefts from