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MONEY AND FINANCE

There is no requirement in Minnesota that students take a stand-alone course on personal finance.
Columnist Tammy Swift may be distantly related to Taylor Swift, but she wants people to know she did not found the SWIFT global banking system. In fact, she says the last time there was this much interest in any Swift banking system was 1985, when Mom and Dad Swift wondered how she could spend a whole quarter of student-loan money on shaker sweaters, trips to Target and Bartles & Jaymes wine coolers.
Researchers say too many business owners didn't receive federal funds designed to help them weather the pandemic
Workforce shortages, however, remain a problem for North Dakota and other states.

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In today's "Minding Our Elders" column, Carol says money is a hard topic for many families, but there are some ways to try to bring it up.
April is celebrated by many financial planners as Financial Literacy Month. While Americans are looking at their tax situation and reflecting on the last year, this becomes a perfect time to review your financial wellness.
It's that time of year when we are putting all those tax forms together to file our taxes. There's one that many of us don't have, but really do need.
Alerus financial guide outlines steps to achieving a favorable credit profile.
BISMARCK — A North Dakota Powerball ticket from the June 6 draw remains unclaimed, and the winner is almost out of time to claim the prize. The $100,000 ticket expires on Dec. 3, 2020.
BISMARCK — The North Dakota Department of Commerce has introduced the new Economic Resiliency Grant available for North Dakota businesses.

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ST. PAUL - The Otto Bremer Trust has announced the second phase of a $50 million emergency fund supporting organizations affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
North Dakota has seen more cases in first half of 2020 than any full year on record.
FARGO — Fred Hector Jr. wasn't much for the limelight in his life of 86 years, but the multimillionaire and descendant of one of Fargo's premier pioneer families has made sure the family legacy will live on.

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