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January 24, 2013

5 Credit Myths to Ditch in 2013

When one year ends and another begins, it’s hard not to look ahead and strive to do better.  But when it comes to credit, we’re definitely […]
January 22, 2013

Is 2013 the Year to Cut the Cable Cord?

The Good News:  Holiday spending was up about 10% from the past year to the tune of about $28 billion dollars, according to the National Retail […]
January 21, 2013

The Real Cost of Traffic Congestion

We’re in our cars a lot – sometimes for hours at a time – and there are few things more frustrating than getting stuck, bumper to […]
January 15, 2013

What Happened to My Money?

The New Year arrived, goals were set, and financial aspirations were locked as you set out to take advantage of your greatest wealth-building tool: your income.  […]
January 8, 2013

Housing predictions for 2013

The bust of the housing market five years ago created one of the cheapest times to buy. Across many parts of the U.S., including some of the […]
January 3, 2013

Fiscal Cliff Impact: Why Your Payroll Tax Will Rise This Year

Lawmakers averted the fiscal cliff by raising income taxes on the wealthy, but in this deal everyone’s taking a hit. That’s because Social Security payroll taxes […]
January 2, 2013

Financial Predictions for 2013

As we end one year and enter another, it’s natural to reflect on the past and wonder about the future. In the spirit of the season, […]
December 31, 2012

Last-Minute Money Moves for 2012

The countdown to New Year’s Eve is already underway, which means there’s only a few hours left to make some final financial moves for 2012. So, how best […]
December 27, 2012

Firm Attorney Hosts Holiday Fundraiser

Firm Attorney Christopher D’Amore recently organized a fundraising event at his gym, Fearless Athletics/CrossFit South Philly, called Give Thanks.  The event began as a potluck dinner […]