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Loan Interest and Divorce Mediation

When people are trying to figure out if 1 person can afford to remain in a home, it is important to understand how the mortgage interest will affect income taxes. Continue reading

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Young Adults and Money

This morning on the Diane Rehm Show on National Public Radio, there was a great conversation, “Young Adults and Money.” The guests discussed the importance of providing young adults with education in financial literacy, so that they can make informed … Continue reading

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In ”Financial Apps to Help You Trim Spending,” in the June 2015 issue of The Beacon (www.thebeaconnewspapers.com) , Alex Veiga describes useful apps that enable people to budget and pay down debt. People who are planning to separate or divorce … Continue reading

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SaveYourRefund helps adults begin an emergency savings account.  Studies have shown that more than half of American households lack any savings to help them handle a financial crisis.  When confronted with a sudden illness, job loss, or expensive bill for … Continue reading

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