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4 Considerations When Trying To Divorce Your Mortgage

Prior to the burst of the housing bubble, any divorcing couple could easily get rid of the home they shared together, divide their equity and do with it what they would. But today, millions of mortgages are underwater and a huge liability. This can really complicate matters during divorce proceedings. ...

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Who Pays For Car Damage After An Accident?

If you get involved in a car accident, it is normal that you would want to know who will pay for the repairs and what you need to do to get the necessary compensation for the accident. Settling this will largely depend on factors such as the state in which ...

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Top 5 Benefits of Reverse Mortgage

People often ask “What is a reverse mortgage?”. A reverse mortgage is a loan that allows you to get funds from the available equity in your home. You’ll continue owning and living in the the home while receiving your home’s equity in tax-free payments. It is an excellent financial tool for retirement planning. ...

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Planning a Party You Want to Promote

Are you a party organizer or promoter who want to play the game like the pros? If your answer is “Yes”, then this article is for you. This piece will guide you on how you can plan parties or events that you want to promote and make money from. The ...

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4 Steps To Start Consolidating Your Loans

Consolidating your loans might be a foreign concept for some, but for many people it’s the first step toward a financially stable future. If you’ve never heard of debt consolidation, or are merely trying to figure out how to get your debts under control, here are a few tips on ...

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Avoiding Extra Taxes on Live-In Employee Gifts

At some point, an employer may want to give a gift to their nanny, elder caregiver, housekeeper, or other household employee. While this is thoughtful, if one is not careful they may end up paying additional taxes at the end of the year on the value of the gift. By ...

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5 Ways To Boost Your Credit Score

Your credit score is the most important factor when it comes to borrowing, as without a good score you’ll be locked out of the most affordable forms of credit. Having a poor credit record isn’t necessarily a disaster though – you can improve it within two years provided you have ...

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The Top 12 Questions to Ask about Your Homeowners Insurance Policy

Property insurance helps protect homes and families against the unknown and, in the event of tragedy, is vital to restoring a home to pre-damaged condition. Nevertheless, sorting through the variety of coverage and policies available can be confusing. Here are 12 questions to ask homeowners insurance agents in order to ...

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Assessing Your Life Insurance Coverage

One of the perks of being employed in the formal sector is that you get to have life insurance coverage. However, no matter how enticing the compensation package of your employer seems to be, there are always a couple of things that you might complain about if you take a ...

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Can You Protect Yourself From Fraud-Based Telemarketing?

Every single one of us has dealt with a con artist of some kind before in the past. From street peddlers selling iPad boxes with bricks instead of iPads, to Nigerian princes taking the time to send you an email promising untold wealth. Of all the varying ways to get ...

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Resume Preparation: How to Stand Out from the Crowd

While writing a resume may feel tedious and be the least desirable part of your day, there is no question it is a task that demands a lot of attention. It is easy for a cookie-cutter resume to get forgotten in a mix of hundreds. To stand out from the ...

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