Planning for College
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Planning for your kids to go to college has always been tricky. In order to save enough to pay for college without relying on current earnings or going too far into debt means starting early, maybe even when your child … Read More

Dice Tower Con 2019
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At nearly the last minute this year I was offered a free place to stay during Dice Tower Con, and I simply couldn’t pass up the invitation. Beyond having always wanted to go, I also wanted to continue building connections … Read More

How to Adjust your Tax Withholding
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Happy Tax Day I hope you’ve already finished filing your taxes, but if not you have a few more hours before you will need to file an extension (as on the date this was posted). Either way, while you’re already … Read More

Public Student Loan Forgiveness
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Are you on the path to having your student loans forgiven using the Public Student Loan Forgiveness (PSLF) program? Are you sure? Did you know that the American Federation of Teachers recently sued the major student loan servicer Navient for … Read More

Buying Your First Home (Part 2)
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If you haven’t read the first post about buying your first home, start there. But if you have then here’s a quick reminder of the steps we’ve talked about so far: Stop watching HGTV Do your homework Get your finances in … Read More

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