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Your Year-End Financial Checklist

Update your W-2, benefits and estate plan if necessary. While you're updating your insurance and investment needs for big life eventsrelated to family, property or marital status, see if your tax withholding and employee health coverage and investments need review. ...

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Is A Tiny Home Right For You?

What used to be a head-scratching novelty is now a celebrated trend that shows no sign of slowing. Yes, tiny homes are seemingly everywhere - on large swatches of land, rolling down the highway on a trailer, and on multiple TV shows ...

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Moving Soon? Keep Cost Under Control

Build a cash reserve for deposits, fees and incidentals. Keeping moving costs low can help you handle dozens of smaller and sometimes unexpected expenses that crop up immediately before, during and after a move. Budget for those hidden costs ...

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Banks Caught Redlining Black Communities

“Hudson City Savings Bank structured its business operations to systemically avoid providing credit services in predominantly minority neighborhoods,” said U.S. Attorney Paul J. Fishman of the District of New Jersey. “There is no room for such behavior in our banking system.” ...

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Should You Rent Your Home to Others?

The advantage to renting your home is that you're likely paying a homestead mortgage interest rate, which will make it easier to make a profit than if you purchased rental property with a mortgage at a higher interest rate. As you've owned your home, it's likely appreciated in value ...

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