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I'm not an expert in the laws of ribbis, replied Mr. Rubin, but we can check with Rabbi Dayan.

How to Avoid Drowning in Student Loan Debt

Find out how to get out of debt, what “side hustles” are, and how they can help you improve your financial situation.

Syrian Rebels Demand Hezbollah’s Expulsion

In an interview on Tuesday, Salim Idris, the head of the Syrian rebel army, called on Lebanon's president Michel Suleiman, the Arab League, and...

Egypt’s Finance Minister: IMF Deal by this Weekend

Government officials have proposed austerity measures, weatherman calling for food riots with a chance of mayhem.

Bank of Israel Restricts Mortgages Severely, Looking to Avert Future Real Estate Crises

The new directive stops banks from giving mortgages with an LTV of more than 70%, with an exception for first-time buyers, who are allowed mortgages of up to 75% of the value of the apartment. Mortgage customers who buy an apartment for investment will be limited to 50% LTV.

The Joy of Fulfilling A Mitzvah

Rav Moshe Sofer (The Chasam Sofer), one of the greatest Gaonim in his generation, always preached and practiced charity and kindness towards his fellow man. His door was always open to the poor and to the needy for help and advice.

For Love or Money – The Real Cost of a Wedding

Mazal tov! Your son or daughter has just got engaged.

Cosigning for the Devil

Absurd, isn’t it - Israel should take a loan to support an organization that officially considers Jews the offspring of apes and pigs and venerates ‘heroes’ like Samir Kuntar and Dalal Mughrabi whose heroism consisted of murdering Jewish children?

Chicago Chabad House Files for Bankruptcy to Avoid Foreclosure

The brownstone housing the Chabad Lubavitch of the Loop, Gold Coast and Lincoln Park was to have gone on the auction block Wednesday, but...

Teaching Our Community To Fish

Mr. Stein (not his real name) saw his career hit a dead end three years ago when the market went sour. As a commercial real estate broker, he and his wife, Devora, then a student studying toward her degree in social work, knew something had to change quickly if they were to survive financially. Friends and family members had suggested they open their own business, but the Steins had no money to invest in the project. They had no credit and the money they borrowed from relatives went directly to day-to-day living. That’s when they contacted the Emergency Parnossa Initiative (EPI) and the OU Job Board and began the process of transforming their lives.

No Landlords (Part II)

Batei arei chomah are structures (of at least six to eight square feet) in towns consisting of at least three courtyards with two buildings each, with a predominantly Jewish population – provided that such towns were surrounded by a wall in the time of Joshua even though they may no longer be surrounded by a wall at the time of the sale or buyback.

US Grants 3-Year Extension of Loan Guarantees to Israel

The guarantees will extend through September 2015, are worth $3.8 billion.

Egypt to Seek IMF Loan After All

Egypt's military-led government originally rejected the IMF's offer in June 2011.

‘Forget About It!’

Yanky was going through difficult times. "My company merged over a year ago and I got laid off," he poured his heart out to Moish, a neighbor. "I've been trying everywhere to get a job, but nothing's available."

Don’t Bite The Hand That Feeds You (Part II)

In Part I (Family Issues 10-14-2011) we discussed how many of us personalize different situations and how that affects our effectiveness in dealing with those situations.

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