Archive | September, 2013

Top 5 Things That Can Hurt Your Chances Of Buying A House

29. September 2013

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The housing market in the United States clearly appears to be on the rebound, as nearly 900,000 new housing starts began in August of 2013 and nearly 400,000 existing new homes were also sold in July. This is a significant increase in comparison to the major downturn experienced during the recent housing bubble crash. Apparently […]

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Disability Denial: Financial Recovery After the Fact

24. September 2013

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One of the hardest parts of facing a disability is the financial impact it will have on your life. Short or long term disability can place strain on you and your family financially at a time when you are coping with so many other issues. What is even more frustrating is the fact that you […]

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Determination to Keep the Family Together

22. September 2013

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When my youngest child was born, my spouse and I already had our two-year-old daughter, six-year-old son and had been unemployed for a great amount of time. The times were pretty tough and my sister-in-law constantly badgered my spouse and I to give up our daughter for adoption. We lived in a small 11-foot by […]

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5 Tips to Family Finances and Budgeting for the New Baby

15. September 2013

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The arrival of a new bundle of joy is an exciting time in a parent’s life, but it can also be costly. Your daily expenses can change dramatically with a baby, and ensuring that you budget correctly will take careful planning and consideration. Current Expenses You can begin by putting together a visual picture of […]

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After Your Auto Accident: Getting Help Without Breaking the Bank

8. September 2013

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After being involved in a car accident, you will find that you have many expenses that you may not have had before. Unfortunately, your loss of income will make it much harder to cover regular expenses. Any new expenses may be difficult to cover at all. Thankfully, there are things that you can do that […]

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