JASPER COUNTY — Jasper County REMC, a local not-for-profit electric cooperative, has found many ways to support its members during the COVID-19 crisis.
Equifax... Uber... Target... Under Armour.... The list of data hacks keeps growing and growing, increasing the odds that someone will steal your identity. Last year, this digital epidemic affected 14.4 million Americans. But the more you know, the better you can protect yourself.
We conducted an exclusive MoneyTips Google survey in 2018 to see how much people knew about identity theft and the credit bureaus. Do you know all the answers?
We asked people if they knew which data hack was the largest.
A whopping 9 out of 10 didn't know or chose incorrectly. Reader, care to guess, before we reveal the answer?
With summer ending, the end of the year will be around before you have time to figure out whether it is better to finally take down the Christmas lights or, at this point, just leave them up. That makes it a good time to look ahead on your taxes, as well as a few other financial chores.
The first step is to check your taxes, to make sure that you are not giving Uncle Sam a tax-free loan until next April 15. On the other hand, if you use your tax refund as a kind of payroll savings plan to pay off holiday bills or finance your next vacation, make sure that your refund amount is on track.
Go to the withholding calculator on the IRS website. You will need your latest paycheck stub (as well as your spouse's, if filing jointly) and a copy of last year's return. Use that as a guide for estimating your
By Roshni Chowdhry, head of customer experience at SafetyNet
Of the roughly 17 million Americans currently enrolled in college, 74 percent qualify as what we used to call "nontraditional" students:
- One in five is 30 years or older.
- About half don't rely on their parents for money.
- One quarter are caring for a child.
- 47 percent attend college part time at some point.
- 25 percent took a year off between high school and college.
- 44 percent have parents without a bachelor's degree.
In other words, if you're a college student today, there's a good chance you're not the Hollywood stereotype of an 18-year-old on your own for the first time. Still, whether it's your first year o...
From its humble beginnings in a basement in East Peoria, to becoming a multi-million dollar company with plants in numerous states and countries, Jordan Manufacturing has seen its share of cha…
The Pulaski/White Rural Telephone Cooperative (PWRTC), dba LightStream, Board of Directors are excited to announce it has named Brent Gillum to serve as CEO. Gillum will be responsible for lea…
A three-year grant from the state of Indiana is once again offering assistance to farmers in the region to help cover the cost of planting cover crops this winter.
Some businesses get started in the basement, while others might start in the garage. Wrede and Sons of Monticello got their start on a farm located on Diamond Point Road, two miles east of Mon…
Brothers Erik and Ron Kasparian formally opened a store on Kannal Avenue in Rensselaer Saturday for You’ll Never Guess, their research and development company. YNG is currently specializing in…
Mosey Down Main Street is synonymous with the lively atmosphere of downtown mixed with a business community that stays open for business whenever it’s given the chance.
The 84th Annual Purdue Farm Management Tour took place throughout Newton and Jasper Counties this week. The concluding event took place at Remington Farms on Friday. It included a panel discus…
As new owners of the dragstrip in Morocco, the US 41 Motorplex, prepare for their first full season of racing, they want to show Newton County that things will be different with them in control.
Newton County took another step closer to finalizing a multi million dollar economic project with Select Milk Producers and its affiliates (Fair Oaks Farms).