Do You Know What Lis Pendens Means?

By Kelly Hartog Is there anyone this side of a Supreme Court Justice who hasn’t signed off on a document without reading or understanding every single word and Latin phrase? When it comes to buying a house, it pays to know the phrase “lis pendens”. A lis pendens is the Latin term for a Notice…
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How Can You Avoid Excessive Holiday Spending?

The holiday season and New Year’s Eve are known for excesses, and for the subsequent regrets. We cannot help you with the traditional form of holiday hangover, but we can help you avoid the “credit hangover” caused from excessive holiday spending. With some forethought and willpower, you can make it through the holidays unscathed (at…
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States Federal Spending And Taxes

How do you adjust the U.S. tax system so that everybody pays his or her fair share? That argument has been going on for as long as taxes have been collected – because it’s very difficult to get everyone to agree on the definition of a fair share. Not everyone receives benefits proportionate to the…
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Start Off 2018 With No Debt

By Roshni Chowdhry, senior manager of innovation & product development at SafetyNet Last year, the average American who took on new debt during the holidays came out an additional $1,003 in the red. Most of those who took on new debt didn’t plan to and weren’t able to pay it off for the next several…
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Guide To Help Sell Your House Before The New Year

Are the holidays not hectic enough for you? Put aside your gift list for a moment; how about adding a home sale to your to-do list? Most people avoid selling their homes during the holidays, but you may not have any choice in the matter. If you need to sell your home around the end…
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