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Divorce is difficult, no matter the cause. Whether you were married three months or ten years, whether you have a lot of shared property or very little, and whether or not you have children. Separating from a spouse is an emotionally challenging, fin...


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It seems like the headlines are everywhere: “Amazon will pay $0 dollars for the second year in a row.” – The Week “Apple Successfully Avoids $50 Billion in American Taxes.” – Gizmodo The question you may be wonderi...

As Valentine’s Day fast approaches, there’s no denying it. We’re in the season of love. Valentine’s Day is known to most as the holiday of romance, the most romantic day of the year for couples (and singles) alike. But if you take the complet...

If you’re anything like us, you’re an early bird when it comes to filing your taxes; you want to file as early as possible. So as we creep into February, you’re starting to get anxious. There’s one problem: Your W-2 hasn’t arrived yet. Theo...

Tax season is complicated. While we all know the tax deadline is April 15th—or at least we hope you know the tax deadline is April 15th—everything before that is a little fuzzy. Tax documents start arriving in the mail in mid-January, but for man...

It’s tax time, and this time around, you’re going to get some assistance. Every year during tax season, millions of taxpayers switch from DIY to a tax preparation service. And that makes sense! They’re easier, more convenient, and a heck of a l...

“New Year, new me.” That’s the motto that drives millions of Americans’ New Year’s resolutions each January. With a lot of hard work and dedication, the calendar year is just as good a time as any to set out on a new journey. Aside from a f...

2019 will be here before you know it. And you know what that means: It’s holiday party time. As the holiday season comes and goes, all sorts of events find their way into corporate America’s winter schedule. Your work may have held a Christmas ba...

It’s expensive to be poor. Or maybe we should say, “It’s inexpensive to be rich.” From favorable interest rates on all sorts of loans, the wealthy have access to major money-saving advantages over their poor and middle class neighbors, who of...

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