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By Kilian Melloy | Wednesday Oct 23, 2013
Some day, you could find yourself sipping wine on the Riviera or taking in the sights Parisienne. That "someday" could be a lot closer and a lot more rewarding with a little education. Enter Frequent Traveler University.
By Larry A. Conway, Esq. | Wednesday Sep 11, 2013
While recent rulings will lead to monumental changes, some of those changes will require time for implementation. Not all of the changes will be good financially. Keep in mind that from a legal perspective, these rulings will mean different things to each
By Dave Carpenter | Friday Jul 12, 2013
A growing number of retirees are looking to pass along more to the next generation than money and possessions.Life histories, ethical wills and video recordings are just some of the ways people are leaving their personal legacies for loved ones.
By Sue Perez | Sunday Mar 31, 2013
In lieu of protection provided by law to hetero couples, same-sex couples must make financial planning a priority to compensate for the benefits they are denied.
By Gideon Grudo | Saturday Jun 30, 2012
The LGBT community faces unequal and often unfair tax treatment all over the country, each state having created its own policies regarding same-sex couples. Now, an accounting firm has decided to help.
Sunday May 1, 2011
During the height of the recession in May 2009, Americans were saving an average of 8.2 percent of their personal income, according to the U.S. Department of Commerce. But as of February 2011, average savings had slipped to 5.8 percent.
By Alan Zibel | Monday Mar 22, 2010
Homeowners see credit scores sink after signing up for mortgage relief. Read more...
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