Personal Finance Archive

Last-Minute Tax Help Available At Painter’s Office

You know you waited too long. You know the income tax

As April Arrives, SAT Pressure’s On Students And District

Pennsylvania statistics between 2006 and 2013, the latest of which were

Proposed Law Seeks To Help Seniors, Property Investors

Investors could pay real estate taxes on senior citizens' homes with

Step Up Today And Say ‘Free Ice, Please’ At Rita’s

A 22-year First Day of Spring tradition continues today (Thursday) from

Owe Taxes In 4 Weeks? Some Advice On Paying Them

Greater Pottstown area members of the Pennsylvania Institute of Certified Public

At Limerick Outlets, Visitors Usher In Fashion Season

U.S. Route 422 was jammed at the Sanatoga exit for a

Electricity Bills Seem High? Maybe You Should Call

The state representative who serves Lower Pottsgrove, Limerick and Pottstown wants

Sanatogan Now Making Chemistry In Financial Markets

North Sanatoga Road resident Dr. Pamela Peerce-Landers has transitioned from a

Legislative Clock Ticking On Schools’ Pension Reform

Pennsylvania lawmakers have several options to deal with school employee pension

‘Paycheck Protection’ Finds Support At County Levels

Bills being considered by the Pennsylvania Legislature would deny unions the

‘Grove OKs Draft Budget, Which Means Little (It Says)

The Pottsgrove schools' 2014-2015 preliminary budget spends $63 million, raises taxes

Tax Season Sessions Return To Sanatoga And Eagleville

If you earned less than $52,000 last year and need help

Are You In One Of The Nation’s Most Dangerous Jobs?

Blue-collar occupations like those on which Greater Pottstown area residents have

Hey, Baby Boomer; You Saved Enough Yet To Retire?

One-in-four 65-year-olds today will live past 90; one-in-10 will live until

Local Scramble Begins For College Education Funds

In the Pottsgrove, Pottstown and Spring-Ford districts, some high school parents

‘Made Here, Buy Here’ Seems Logical To PA Legislator

In a move he's certain is good for Commonwealth businesses, a

Township Collects 2,700+ Pounds In Its Food Drive

Thanks to local residents' generosity, more than 2,700 pounds of food

Township ‘Nuisance Taxes’ Won’t Change During 2014

To be decided during Thursday's (Dec. 19) wrap-up meeting of the

Fund Restriction Kills A Plan To Reduce Pottsgrove Taxes

Newly seated Pottsgrove school director Rick Rabinowitz had hoped to re-allocate

Township Police Say Home Burglary Attempted Monday

Residents of the St. Andrews Drive home were inside and asleep

Find Health Insurance Confusing? CPAs Offer Help Here

There are nine insurers offering 126 different individual healthcare plans to