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Whether your child is 18 months old or 18 years old – saving money for their college education is a critical piece of your financial picture. As tuition prices continue to skyrocket, it’s more important than ever to have a strategy for handling the cost of higher education. Obviously, the sooner you start saving the[…]

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So, you have some income that is not part of a traditional job. Maybe you are self-employed, have a rental property, a small business selling crafts, earn income through a business partnership, or you hit the jackpot on “Wheel of Fortun.” The good news is that you’re earning money. The bad news is that the[…]

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Making improvements and renovations to your home is an expensive proposition. Whether the improvement is a necessity such as replacing a leaky roof or a luxury such as adding a theater room to your basement, you want to maximize your investment. One frequently asked question is whether money spent on home improvements can be deducted[…]

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A tax lien is a government claim on your property due to unpaid tax debt. A tax lien can originate from both federal and state sources. And it can be placed on property including financial assets, personal property and real estate holdings. A tax lien does not mean that the government will imminently seize your[…]

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