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January 24, 2019

Government Shutdown Increases Mortgage Lender Risk

As the partial government shutdown drags on and 800,000 federal workers remain unpaid, experts at Moody’s Investors Service issued a note of caution to mortgage lenders […]
June 25, 2018

The Hidden Costs of Student-Debt Forgiveness

Students seeking relief on their college and graduate-school debt could be sitting on a hidden tax bomb: Billions of dollars in one-time bills from the Internal […]
February 10, 2017

New Administration Brings New Tax Laws for 2017

As a new administration takes up residence in the White House, most Americans are preparing to file their 2016 taxes. But if the new administration has […]
January 27, 2017

Tax Deductions: Are You at Risk for an Audit?

Like it or not, tax season is upon us.  As you begin to itemize your 2016 deductions, are you concerned that your numbers might be large […]
July 22, 2016

4 Tips to Beat Elderly Financial Fraud

It’s not hard to sniff out how swindlers prey upon the elderly. They know they respond to mail, phone and front-door solicitations. Older people like to […]
May 13, 2016

Get Ahead on Next Year’s Taxes

Although it seems like we just wrapped up our 2015 taxes – scrambling to find receipts, tax donations and pay stubs, we are almost 6 months […]
May 6, 2016

2016: States with the Highest & Lowest Tax Rates

Another tax season is thankfully behind us.  Tax season can be stressful for many Americans, especially those who still owe money to Uncle Sam at the […]
April 18, 2016

Can’t Pay Your Tax Bill?

Today is Tax Day.  Thanks to Emancipation Day falling on a Saturday this year, we were lucky enough to have a 3-day extension until April 18th.  […]
April 15, 2016

What is Emancipation Day?

This year, the whole country might finally learn about Emancipation Day – a D.C. holiday that is little known beyond the city.  The holiday, which marks […]