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Do You Really Need Private Mortgage Insurance?

If you purchased your home paying less than 20% down, chances are you had to purchase “mortgage insurance” in order to qualify for your...

Understanding The Mortgage Underwriting Process

Qualifying For A Mortgage Whether you're looking for a first mortgage on a new home or a refinance on an existing loan, the interest rate...

Life After Debt

If you find yourself in trouble financially, there are usually no easy answers — but there are many ways out for those willing to...

Structuring The Terms Of Your Loan

Often it is necessary to borrow money in order to make large purchases like cars, home improvements, college expenses and emergency purchases. Fortunately, our...

Using Credit Cards Wisely

Credit cards were first introduced to the public just about 60 years ago, in 1959. With the introduction of credit cards, consumers were given...

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New Tax Legislation – Benefit Summary

Congress recently passed the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act changing the tax code beginning 2018. This new tax law made significant changes to the...

Tax Aspects of Working at Home

How much of their home office expenses can be deducted is one of the most misjudged tax questions faced by home workers. The reality...

Taking the Mystery Out of Capital Gains

The profit you make on the sale of stock is known as a capital gain. If you have owned the stock for a year...

Taxation on the Sale of a Home

For most of us, our home represents our largest asset. Over time, the management of this asset can make a big difference in our...

Managing Your Assets

When you start organizing your portfolio you will want to consider how you will be spending your money after you retire. Some money will...
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