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Y is for Your Divorce To Do List Will Help You Be Prepared

Going through a divorce can be an emotionally overwhelming life event. The divorce process can quickly become complicated both legally and financially. If you are one of the lucky ones, you may be able to reach an amicable agreement through mediation. Otherwise, you will most likely find yourself hiring an attorney to help you navigate […]

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X is for eXamine Your Widow’s Checklist Carefully

The loss of your husband is perhaps one of the most devastating events of your life. It will cause a wash of emotions and sadness make you feel incapable of dealing with simple matters. You find yourself bombarded with a massive amount of serious financial decisions that will impact the rest of your life as […]

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U is for Understanding the Benefits of Ergonomics in the Office

  As a business owner, you want to make sure your employees stay happy, healthy and injury free. Establishing the optimal office and work conditions are essential to creating healthy and productive employees. Working under improper ergonomic conditions every day for long hours can lead to a variety of ailments, particularly with the arms, back, […]

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S is for Strengthen the Energy of Your Life

   “It is in your moments of decision that your destiny is shaped.”  – Tony Robbins   “It’s the beliefs you have right now that are guiding your actions,” according to Tony Robbins, author, and life coach. He believes that if we can master our beliefs, we can guide our decisions. It makes sense that our […]

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N is for The New Tax Reform And How It Affects Alimony

If you are considering a divorce or in the process of negotiating a divorce, you need to be aware of the elimination of future tax deductions on alimony. Alimony is a court-ordered provision for support and maintenance of a  spouse after separation or divorce. Alimony payments are made by the supporting spouse, (generally the breadwinner) […]

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Questions about the Tax Reform Act and the Impact on Your Business by @AZanswers

To Read the Article on SheOwnsIt I have been trying to comprehend the latest Tax reform from the perspective of a business owner.  I am sharing my thoughts with a big DISCLAIMER.  I am not a CPA or lawyer and am always willing to pay my fair share of taxes.  I learned early on in […]

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M is for Mutual Funds and Knowing All the Fees Involved

Mutual funds can be a great investment option. However, they incur fees so make sure you do your homework when choosing a fund. An easy way to compare mutual funds is to look for a number called the fund’s total annual fund operating expenses; this is the also called the fund’s expense ratio. Here you […]

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L is for Life Is Not All About Luck

“Luck Is What Happens When Preparation Meets Opportunity “̶  Senca If you tend to think “only the lucky people” get the breaks – think again. Those “lucky people” most likely poured their heart and soul into their plan before taking action to go after what they desire. Luck is the belief that events or life […]

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J is for your Job and Aptitude Testing

  Johnston O’Connor Testing – Is it Right for you? Many companies give potential hires an aptitude test. This test has long been used to help companies prescreen potential job applicants, as it helps reduce the number of applicants that move to a more thorough screening process. It also allows companies to make a better-informed […]

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I is for the Importance of a Delay Clause in Your Remodel Contract

The economy is looking up, and that remodeling job that you’ve been putting off is at the forefront of your mind. All kinds of creative ideas are dancing in your head: colors, design, and details. Oh, what joy it will be to have that newly overhauled kitchen or that cozy outdoor space you’ve always dreamed […]

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