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PPP saves healthcare jobs in DMV

The National Institutes of Health Federal Credit Union (NIHFCU) participated in the first phase of the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) through the Small Business...

MVB Financial Corp. acquires Paladin

MVB Financial Corp, the holding company for MVB Bank, announced that Elkridge-based Paladin LLC has joined the MVB family through its acquisition by a...

SECU commits $400K in COVID-19 relief efforts

Linthicum-based SECU, Maryland’s largest state chartered credit union, announced a commitment of up to $200,000 in hardship grants for its members through the SECU MD...

Sandy Spring completes Revere acquisition

Sandy Spring Bank announced April 1 that it has completed its acquisition of Revere Bank and added new executives and directors. Now officially part of...

In Accounting Mergers, The Big Three and Culture Rule

When Cardoni Waddell LLC merged with Dembo Jones P.C., and MohnAllen P.C. merged with UHY Advisors Inc. this January, they were part of a nationwide trend sweeping the accounting profession.

Increasing Awareness Can Help Curb Elder Abuse

Older people today are more visible, more active and more independent than ever before. They are living longer and are in better health. But as the older American population grows, so does the hidden problem of elder abuse.

In Trusts We Trust: Helping Beneficiaries Manage Inheritances

One of the top questions estate planners hear these days is, “How can I protect against my beneficiaries mismanaging their inheritance?” People often agonize over this, and with good reason.

Make a Plan for Withdrawing Retirement Assets

You’ve worked long and hard to accumulate the assets that you are using to help finance your retirement. Now, it’s time to start drawing down those assets.

How Identity Thieves Turn Your Trash Into Gold

We despise it, we ignore it and sometimes we even respond to it. But think twice before you throw it away.

Health Insurers Propose Premium Rates for 2017, Public Invited to Comment

Health insurance carriers are seeking a range of changes to the premium rates they will charge consumers for plans sold in Maryland’s individual and small group markets in 2017.

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