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Warning: The “Grant Scam” Is Real

  • May 21, 2018

Who hasn’t received the Nigerian prince email? This phishing scam purports to be from a high-ranking Nigerian official who needs financial assistance or personal information to retrieve an alleged inheritance. We recently helped our client who fell victim to one…

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Where Is My Refund?

  • May 14, 2018

Springtime for many Americans means more than just budding trees and blooming flowers. Many people look forward to a healthy tax refund to pay off debt, or, if they’re lucky, buy the next item on their wish list. However, Uncle…

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Yes. Everyone Needs a Will.

  • April 25, 2018

Everyone needs a will and testament but, alarmingly, only 44 percent of American adults have one, according to a May, 2016 Gallup poll. Whether your assets are worth millions or you live on social security in a rental, inevitably some…

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Millennials, Medical Bills and Debt

  • February 26, 2018

High financial expectations, a competitive job market, and mounting student loan bills due immediately upon graduation leave post-secondary graduates vulnerable to financial crises. It’s no wonder that, according to a new TransUnion Healthcare Millennial Report which published last month found that…

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Holiday Bonus And Bankruptcy

Holiday Bonus and the Timing of Bankruptcy

  • December 11, 2017

December means bonuses for many employees. The extra cash helps them get through the holiday season, but, in terms of bankruptcy, December bonuses could mean paying thousands of dollars more to creditors over a longer extended bankruptcy period. The timing…

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