Category Archives: Financial Records

Tax Identity Theft – Be Aware!

Tax ID theft is a growing problem.  It occurs when someone uses your stolen Social Security number to file a fraudulent tax return claiming a refund.  The ID Thieves try to file early in the tax season using fake documents … Continue reading

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Getting Organized Financially: Take Small Steps To Make It Happen.

First ask yourself why. Why take the steps you are considering taking to get organized in your financial life? Will you feel better mentally and emotionally by reducing clutter? Will you save money and time by being able to find … Continue reading

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Your Net Worth – a positive approach

Believe it or not, doing a net worth statement each year is crucial for your financial health.  Many people get intimidated by the idea of determining their net worth because they don’t want to see negative results – that they may … Continue reading

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Financial Checklist for 2012… and every year

There are many financial documents and steps that you should review or complete each year, and others that it is important to do at least every few years. Here are some important financial tasks to consider completing during the calendar … Continue reading

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