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Study Says Faribault a Great Place for Retirees in Minnesota
According to a recent study from SmartAsset, a New York-based technology company, Faribault is one of the most tax-friendly places for retirees in Minnesota.
The study ranks cities on a Retirement Tax Friendliness Index, which takes into account property, income, fuel, sales and Social Security tax d…
Internal Revenue Service Warns of Phone Scam
The Internal Revenue Service is warning students and parents about a phone scam making the rounds as families get ready to send their kids back to school.
The IRS says the scammers are demanding payment for non-existent taxes like a "Federal Student Tax" and are asking people to wir…
Rice County Auditor Says Investing These Days is Not Easy
Rice County Auditor/Treasurer Fran Windschitl told the County Board of Commissioners Committee of the Whole on Tuesday that investing is very challenging these days.
The chief financial official in the county says Rice County has about $41 million in reserves and said the maturity composition&nb…
What Would You Do If You Won The Lottery?
There is a lot of buzz right now about the lottery. With no winner on Wednesday, the jackpot has climbed to $700 million. The odds of winning are staggering, but it's still fun to dream. I get excited to find $10 in my pocket, so $700 million is pretty hard to comprehend, but I'll try.
How Much Should You Rent Your Farmland For?
The University of Minnesota Extension will be conducting several information-based presentations on how to arrive at a fair rental rate for farmland.
Combining record farm land values along with lower prices for corn and soybeans the past few years makes it a bit difficult to determine what is a fair…
Saving for College Highlighted on AM Minnesota
Minnesota College Savings Plan Program Manager Robert Stern will be in the KDHL studio to discuss a topic that many are wrestling with these days: How to pay for a college education.
Costs continue to escalate and wages are not keeping pace with the increase...