Author: Jamie Friedlander

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What is a debt management program & how does it work?

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For some borrowers, repaying debt can be difficult. Whether you’re struggling to juggle multiple bills, can’t make payments or don’t know how to negotiate with creditors, …

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7 money-saving tricks to transition your garden from summer to fall

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Gardening is a popular, though pricey, hobby. According to the National Gardening Association, Americans spent a record-breaking $47.8 billion on their gardens in 2018. But those …

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31 women who moved the needle financially

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From the first female millionaire to the only female Nobel Prize winner in economics, this Women’s History Month we’re honoring 31 women who have shaped today’s …

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6 ways to become debt-free

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If you’re in debt — no matter how much — it’s likely causing you anxiety. Whether you owe $1,000 or $10,000, your debt is always lurking …

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7 signs you need a pro to do your taxes

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Completing one’s annual tax return can be a fairly straightforward process. You simply get your W-2 or 1099 forms and other necessary documents in the mail or online, …

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9 financial moves to make before a divorce

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When most people first decide they’d like to file for divorce, the minutiae of their finances might not be top of mind. The psychological burden of …

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10 money mistakes everyone makes at the beginning of the year

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When it comes to one’s finances, bad decisions can have a snowball-like effect. If you start off the year forgetting a payment here and there, being …

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7 things that can increase the cost of selling a house

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Selling your home can be an expensive process riddled with hidden fees. Staging, pre-sale inspections, real estate commission fees and closing expenses are among the many …

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6 reasons to buy a home around the holidays

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You’ve decided that it’s finally time to purchase a new home. But it’s December, and you live somewhere cold. The thought of trudging through snow to …