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The Right Time to Begin Managing an Aging Parent’s Finances

It’s difficult for children to know when to step in and assist aging parents with their financial affairs. Conversations about money are uncomfortable and aging parents may become defensive, suspicious or confused. It is easy to see why we resist … Continue reading

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Puerto Rico’s Finances Are Anyone’s Guess

Regular readers of this blog know that a U.S. government appointed board is struggling to restructure Puerto Rico’s $73 billion in public debt and $50 billion in pension obligations. That’s why it was such a surprise for Puerto Rico to … Continue reading

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How to protect your finances for divorce

How to protect your finances for divorce Source: Flickr If you think that you will be ending your marriage in the near future and you are uncertain what the future will hold for you, you may want to start taking … Continue reading

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The Carnival of twenty something finances is here!

Welcome to the February 25, 2008 edition of twenty something finances hosted by The Frugal Law Student. There were many great submissions for this edition, and I’d just like to thank all of the authors for their submissions. Editor’s Picks … Continue reading

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