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G is for Getting Ready for Tax Season if You are Job-Hunting.

    This year has been a difficult year for a lot of people. If you are one of the many who became unemployed or had to move out of town to find a job, you may qualify for additional deductions for the year as long as your job search remains within your current field. […]

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R is for the New Retirement Reality. Are you Prepared?

  Are you looking forward to the day when you can stop working, retire and enjoy life? Reality check – our world today does not bring us the peace of mind of previous years as far as retirement is concerned. In the past social security, pensions and lifetime healthcare were offered to workers in exchange […]

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Z is for Zero Balance

                  Are you running on empty? Does your life feel out of whack?  Do you feel depleted or diminished of all your power and strength? Well, you are not alone. Going through a divorce takes its toll both emotionally and financially on everyone. I cannot say this […]

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Y is for Yielding to Better Spending

  The past decade has been one of splurging and in many cases—living well beyond our means. Easy access to credit cards and home equity loans enabled Americans to live more lavishly than any previous generation. Our attitudes were a little bit like Scarlett O’Hara in Gone with the Wind—we would worry about it tomorrow. […]

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X is for How to Deal with eXtreme Stress During a Divorce

      The divorce process—whether it be legal, financial or emotional — is likely to cause you eXtreme stress. This stress puts your body under a tremendous strain and can cause physical as well as emotional damage and aliments. Over the years, it has been medically and psychologically proven that stress breaks down the […]

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U is for the Ups and Downs of Marriage.

  We are all different and unique individuals and so are our relationships. Dealing with each other has its Ups and Downs and marital problems can occur no matter how much you love each other. It may be financially, emotionally, spiritually or physically – we have all had our bad moments. How do you know […]

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F is for FACING the Facts.

Face it – you are getting divorced. The life you knew during your marriage and the new life you are beginning are going to be different. Family, friends and colleagues have probably asked you why you are getting divorced…and you may not even know the real reasons. And for all of you who have asked […]

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