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This undated image provided by Groupon shows the company's new payment service launched Wednesday, Sept. 19, 2012, that allows businesses to run credit cards using an iPhone or iPod Touch. The announcement sent shares of the Chicago company 7 percent higher in morning trading on Wednesday. (AP Photo/Groupon)
Just months after refinancing their home of 20 years, Tempe homeowner Kathy Gram and her husband found themselves in a state of confusion when they stopped receiving mortgage payment coupons from their out-of-state lender.
Arizonans who mailed an Internal Revenue Service estimated tax payment to the agency’s San Francisco post office box between Sept. 1 and Sept. 11 need to make sure those payments reached their destination.
Groupon launched a payment service last week that allows businesses to accept credit cards using an iPhone or iPod Touch, becoming the latest company to enter the growing mobile payments market.
NEW YORK — Groupon launched a payment service Wednesday that allows businesses to accept credit cards using an iPhone or iPod Touch, becoming the latest company to enter the growing mobile payments market.
PHILADELPHIA -- The Federal Trade Commission will require bloggers to clearly disclose any freebies or payments they get from companies for reviewing their products.
SALT LAKE CITY -- A court-appointed fiduciary has reversed a decision to reject a check for past-due housing fees from a southern Utah polygamous church.
Mortgage loan delinquencies in the fourth quarter of 2008 increased for the eighth straight quarter as more homeowners fell further behind in their monthly payments, according to credit and information management company TransUnion.
Free tax preparation help will be offered today for East Valley residents in danger of missing out on economic stimulus payments.
WASHINGTON - Late mortgage payments shot up to a 3 1/2-year high in the final quarter of last year and new foreclosures surged to a record high as borrowers with tarnished credit histories had trouble keeping up with their monthly payments.
LOS ANGELES - Randy Quaid, who plays a tough sheep rancher in "Brokeback Mountain," claims he was fleeced for his work in the movie. Quaid filed a lawsuit Thursday in Los Angeles County Superior Court alleging producers got him to work cheap by falsely claiming "Brokeback" was "a low-budget, art-house film, with no prospect of making any money."
Randy Quaid arrives for a movie screening Aug. 7, 2001, in the Hollywood section of Los Angeles.
SAN FRANCISCO - Hoping to build upon the power of its Internet leading search engine, Google Inc. is believed to be developing an online payment system that would pose a stiff challenge to online auctioneer eBay Inc.'s industry-dominating PayPal service.
The City Council approved raises for three top administrators Wednesday night.
NEW YORK - Here’s one way to get a higher interest rate on your savings: Just become a CEO.
Thousands of Scottsdale residents who are owed a piece of a massive settlement over contaminated drinking water can expect their checks later this summer or in the fall, according to the law firm involved in the resolution.
A Chandler business is taking the plunge into the world of Bitcoin.
Private companies that treat patients with work-related injuries aren’t automatically entitled to get paid the amount they submit in bills, the Arizona Court of Appeals has ruled.
Phoenix homeowners are doing much better in making their mortgage payments.
A disagreement between state officials on to change timing of its monthly payments to charter schools is reportedly causing problems for some operators and employees.
With the Cash for Clunkers program over, East Valley auto dealers are turning their attention to restocking depleted inventories and obtaining long-awaited reimbursements promised by the federal government.
Sales associate Craig Giblen of the Henry Brown dealership in Gilbert shows Mikaela Riggs of Mesa and her father, David, a vehicle available under the Cash for Clunkers program. Aug. 24, 2009.