What Is Power Of Attorney?

Perhaps you’ve heard the phrase “Power of Attorney” on a TV lawyer show, or even from a real lawyer. Ever wonder what it means? What is Power of Attorney? A Power of Attorney (POA) is a document granting one person or organization (typically called an agent or attorney-in-fact) the authority to act on the behalf…
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Nearly 30% Of Americans Don’t Know Their Credit Score

Do you know your credit score? Nearly 30% of people in a recent MoneyTips survey admitted that they didn’t know this important financial metric. In addition, more than half of the people surveyed earning less than $30,000 annually didn’t know their score at all. MoneyTips conducted an exclusive online survey in June of 410 people…
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Websites That Can Help You Find Unclaimed Money

Life can get hectic fast and people can easily allow certain tasks to fall through the cracks. Unfortunately, sometimes we never remember to complete those tasks — or even what those tasks were — and it can end up costing you your hard-earned money. For example, you may forget to leave a forwarding address with…
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What To Do If You Get An IRS Letter

Few things are more frightening than opening your mailbox and finding a letter from the Internal Revenue Service. You may wrack your brain wondering what you’ve done to receive an IRS notice. But there’s no need to pretend it didn’t arrive, or go on the lam. Relax. The IRS sends out millions of letters each…
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How To Renege On A Home Purchase

Congratulations! You just signed the closing papers on your mortgage loan. Terrifying, isn’t it? Are you having second thoughts about your decision? If you have just signed the closing papers for a home purchase, it’s too late. You have made your commitment. However, in some cases with refinancing or a home equity line of credit…
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