Monthly Archives: November 2013

Understanding Credit Reports & Credit Monitoring

Originally posted on Don't Become a Victim of Credit Fraud:
You have to understand the credit report that you are able to get for free thanks to the three main bureaus are distinct from one another. The truth is…

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What To Do If Your Mail Is Stolen

Originally posted on Find Your Balance:
It’s easy to dismiss a missing piece of mail as just having gotten lost somewhere along the way. But if there is a pattern of lost mail or particularly sensitive correspondence has mysteriously gone…

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Seventy percent of American’s over 65 will need long-term care

Originally posted on Dealing with Dementia:
Wow. Ignoring the facts won’t make them go away. They seem unbelievable. The National Clearinghouse for Long-Term Care Information reported that about 70% of Americans who live to age 65 will need long-term care…

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Can a marriage be saved?

Originally posted on Marriage Values:
Many couples who are facing trouble and despair in their marriage opt quickly for divorce without giving it a second chance. Whether it has been infidelity, distrust, violence or emotional distress, a marriage should not…

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Debbie Robinson: Legal Mistakes That Hurt Your Family

Originally posted on Eyes on Estate Planning:
As an estate planning lawyer, I see costly mistakes made by people filling out beneficiary designations or co-owning real estate without understanding the consequences. Minor Children as Beneficiaries:┬áChildren under age 18 cannot legally…

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What the heck is a financial plan?

Originally posted on Modern Centsability:
Often when people ask me what I do, and I tell them I’m a financial planner, they automatically reply, “Oh, I have one of those”. ┬áPatiently, I ask them to explain further what their ‘financial…

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Follow Up to Adobe Network Breach

Originally posted on IS&T Security FYI:
Last month this newsletter announced that the Adobe network had been attacked. On October 3rd of 2013 hackers broke into Adobe network and stole source code for a range of products, including…

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