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Cash or Credit? Paying for Big Purchases – There’s No Fixed Answer, but There Are Some Smart Questions

Cash or Credit? Paying for Big Purchases – There’s No Fixed Answer, but There Are Some Smart Questions

Cash or Credit? Paying for Big Purchases – There’s No Fixed Answer, but There Are Some Smart Questions, as reported in the WS Journal. So you’re planning a big purchase this year—maybe a new home, a car, new living-room furniture, sending Junior off to college. You’ve done your research. You know what you want and […]

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10 things scam artists won’t tell you – Your information is less secure than ever

10 things scam artists won’t tell you – Your information is less secure than ever

10 things scam artists won’t tell you – Your information is less secure than ever, as reported in the news of the WS Journal. 1. “Not even the biggest institutions can stop me.” Banks let them open accounts in your name. The Internal Revenue Service gives them your tax refund. They dip into databases linked […]

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Health Care May Be Hazardous to Your Credit – How to Contain the Damage From Overdue Medical Bills

Health Care May Be Hazardous to Your Credit – How to Contain the Damage From Overdue Medical Bills

Health Care May Be Hazardous to Your Credit – How to Contain the Damage From Overdue Medical Bills, as reported in the news of the WS Journal. It can happen after a job loss, caring for a sick loved one or amid routine confusion over who owes what. A medical bill goes unpaid and ends […]

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Nine Tips to Help You Better Understand Your Credit

Nine Tips to Help You Better Understand Your Credit

As announced by USA.gov, making financial decisions can be confusing and overwhelming, to the point that you do nothing to prepare for your financial future. But this Financial Literacy Month, we’re helping you understand finance basics so you can make money decisions with confidence. Step one is understanding your credit. Use these tools and resources […]

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Meet Paul Raymond

Meet Paul Raymond

Mr. Raymond is a sought after speaker in tax controversy law by many attorney, accountant, and business groups and at the request of the Internal Revenue Service, has presented programs at the IRS Nationwide Tax Forum, attended by tax professionals throughout the United States.

Additionally, he continues to be an active member in the Section of Taxation, American Bar Association, where he was the Past Chair of the Employment Taxes Committee.

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