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Life challenge checklist: I think I need a lawyer

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Are you dealing with a complicated business situation? Were you in an accident resulting in someone’s injury? What do you do when you have a legal issue, and you’ve reached the limits of what you can figure out by Googling? If you’ve hit that limit, it’s time to involve a lawyer. Here are tips to…

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Pay it off for good – Debt Consolidation 101


Debt is part of the American household, as typical as your living room couch. Short on cash flow, you meant debt to be a temporary fix. But instead, debt has become an unwanted houseguest. It’s been hanging around your house for too long. Like the time your old college friend, Brett was in a jam…

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Managing your “side gig” income

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According to this survey from, almost 4 out of 10 Americans (37%) has a “side gig”. Soon, someone asking “what’s your side hustle?” is going to be as common as “what do you do for a living?” Working a second part-time job has evolved into the age of the side hustle or side gig.…

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Retirement planning for 20-somethings

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If you’re in your 20s, the topic of retirement brings a wave of anxiety and boredom. Who has time to think about saving for retirement with massive student loans to pay? And retirement is y-e-a-r-s away. It’s time to re-frame the discussion of retirement planning for 20-somethings. It’s not just about money when you’re old.…

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Don’t be bamboozled

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As fraudsters enjoy more success and scams become more prolific, the likelihood of any one person getting duped is going up. And it isn’t just the elders that are being scammed. The Federal Trade Commission said that consumers reported losing a total of nearly $488 million to all types of imposter scams in 2018—more than…

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