Stores Stay Open On Thanksgiving

For some holiday shoppers, bargain hunting is a competition and Black Friday is the Super Bowl. All the preparation throughout the year goes into a few frenzied hours that determine winners and losers. Did you get that 50″ TV you were aiming for, or did you camp out all night only to be caught in…
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Prepare For Black Friday Sales

November 24, 2017, aka Black Friday, is rapidly approaching. Are you ready? Do you have your camping gear and comfortable shoes at the ready? How about elbow pads and shin guards? Maybe you are doing finger exercises for all the nimble cursor work necessary for online shopping. Whatever method you prefer, it’s best to lay…
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Qualify For A Mortgage Credit Certificate

If you are attempting to buy a home on a low or intermediate income, you need every bit of help that you can get. Mortgage credit certificates are one of the lesser-known ways that the federal government can help. A mortgage credit certificate (MCC) is essentially a form of tax savings. The mortgage interest that…
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Social Security Program Adjustments Announced

Every October, the Social Security Administration (SSA) announces adjustments that are made to the Social Security program for the upcoming year. What effect will these changes for 2018 have on you? More Money for Beneficiaries – Social Security beneficiaries receive cost-of-living adjustments (COLAs) based on one of the standard measures of inflation – the Consumer…
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Improve Your Credit Score In A Month

Credit scores are somewhat like IRS tax codes: we know they’re important; few folks fully understand them; and failing to successfully deal with either can cost you a lot of money. While most of the factors determining your credit scores, such as payment history, number of open accounts, and type of accounts, take months or…
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