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Tax Cuts

September23

Republican Tax Plan: 12 Questions

Senate Republicans are expected to unveil their tax plan this week and while we don’t yet know the details, the rumors are that there will be $1.5 trillion in tax cuts over the 10-year budget window. Even days before the announcement, lawmakers are divided on some key issues. In a surprise move, Republicans are reportedly
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September16

Equifax Fall Out

The fall out from the Equifax data breach is mounting. Frustrated consumers, who can’t access web sites or get a human being on the phone, are angry and bewildered, are left wondering: How can these companies have so much power with so little accountability? The oversight of the credit reporting industry is fractured. The main law
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September08

Equifax Data Breach: What to do

Here we go again: Another massive data breach, reminding us how vulnerable we are to thieves seeking our personal information and identity. Last week, credit monitoring company Equifax announced that a “Cybersecurity Incident” had exposed names, Social Security numbers, birth dates, addresses and, in some cases, driver’s license and credit card numbers, from a whopping
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September08

#340 Stress Proof: Being More Resilient Every Day

Yes, this is still here, and it will be for a while longer to serve as a reminder that there’s a new place for Jill on Money content – YouTube!  Seems like a no-brainer, but sometimes it takes a little outside help (h/t to JOM friend, Joe A!) to recognize the obvious.  So don’t freak out.  Going forward,
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September06

More Financial Vegetables: Life Insurance

I’ve been spooning out a healthy portion of financial planning vegetables in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey. Now that we have covered the ins and outs of navigating the property insurance claims process, it’s time for another helping of what’s good for you…because it’s Life Insurance Awareness Month! I know people really don’t like to
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September01

#339 Why Wall Street Matters with William Cohan

Yes, this is still here, and it will be for a while longer to serve as a reminder that there’s a new place for Jill on Money content – YouTube!  Seems like a no-brainer, but sometimes it takes a little outside help (h/t to JOM friend, Joe A!) to recognize the obvious.  So don’t freak out.  Going forward,
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Hurricane Harvey and Insurance

August31

Hurricane Harvey and Insurance Claims

The aftermath of Hurricane Harvey will unfold for months to come. Unfortunately, natural disasters have a way of pointing out some of the more unsexy aspects of our financial lives, like the details of property and casualty insurance coverage. Of course the time to review and become familiar with the terms of your policies is
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European Space Agency

August27

Economic Impact of Harvey and Tax Reform

Hurricane Harvey had a devastating catastrophic and life threatening impact across the Gulf and as the region prepares to clean up, analysts are worried that the economic effect could be devastating. The Texas Gulf Coast oil and gas industries are likely to see the first wave of problems. It is estimated that the region accounts
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August25

#338 Hot Housing: How to Buy and Sell

Yes, this is still here, and it will be for a while longer to serve as a reminder that there’s a new place for Jill on Money content – YouTube!  Seems like a no-brainer, but sometimes it takes a little outside help (h/t to JOM friend, Joe A!) to recognize the obvious.  So don’t freak out.  Going forward,
  • Posted by Mark Talercio
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Should I Sell Stocks?

August20

Should I Sell My Stocks?

If during a two week summer vacation, you heard that there was an escalation of tensions between the US and Korea; two international terrorist attacks; a US domestic terrorist attack; a looming debt ceiling crisis; and political upheaval in the White House, you might think that US stock markets would be in free-fall. You would
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