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How Retirees Can Cut Their Tax Bill: Qualified Charitable Distributions
If you or someone you know is a retiree that is 70 1/2 or older and is currently giving money to a 501(c)(3) charity, then allow me to intro
The Pros and Cons of Refinancing Student Loans
Understanding the pros and cons of refinancing your student loans will allow you to make an informed decision on how best to manage your stu
The Nuts and Bolts of Student Loan Consolidation
Consolidation is the process of combining multiple Federal student loans into one simple payment. It calculates the new interest rate as a w
Income Protection - Everything You Need To Know
The $3-9 million or more you'll likely earn over the course of your career is surely an asset worth protecting.
4 Steps to Be Fiscally Fit
It's that time of year again. The holidays are a blended cocktail of fun and frenzy. One moment you're engorging yourself with...
Don't Be in Such a Hurry to Pay Off Your Student Loans
Debt is an anchor that weighs down your ability to build wealth, but understanding when to pay off debt is just as important as not having i
Is a College Education a Good Investment?
“College is becoming more expensive every year, but it’s still worth the money.”
The Myth of Being "Pushed" into a Higher Tax Bracket
Being “pushed into a higher tax bracket” does not mean you will have less after-tax income.
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