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  • Should You Take Money Out of Your IRA to Pay Off Debt?
    Should You Take Money Out of Your IRA to Pay Off Debt?

    If you’re getting deeper and deeper in debt by the day, the funds sitting in your IRA may be looking pretty good right about now. Perhaps you have big medical bills, thousands in credit card debt, ...

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  • Is My Spouse Responsible for My Debt When I Die?
    Is My Spouse Responsible for My Debt When I Die?

    If you’re like most people, you dislike contemplating your own death. So many people find the thought of dying morbid, that’s why it’s common for people to avoid visiting with an estate planning ...

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  • Are You Living Paycheck to Paycheck?
    Are You Living Paycheck to Paycheck?

    “Do not spend a dime until I get paid on Friday, otherwise we’ll be overdrawn in the bank account!” Does that sound familiar? If so, you’re probably living paycheck to paycheck just like 78% of ...

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  • When Does Bankruptcy Make Sense for Seniors?
    When Does Bankruptcy Make Sense for Seniors?

    With the cost of living increases, inflation, and rising healthcare costs, it’s no wonder why some senior citizens file for bankruptcy relief. If you’re a senior citizen who is considering filing a ...

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  • Chapter 7 or 13 Bankruptcy? Which One is Right for Me?
    Chapter 7 or 13 Bankruptcy? Which One is Right for Me?

    You’re sitting at the kitchen table going over all of the bills you have to pay. As you look at the due dates and compare them to the balance in your checking account, they don’t add up. In fact, ...

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  • How to Improve Your Credit Score
    How to Improve Your Credit Score

    There are many ways someone’s credit can end up in rough shape. While the main reason is spending habits , that’s not always the case. If you lose your job, or if you’re injured in an accident, or if ...

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