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Plan | Real Estate

What Would Happen to Your Home If You Got Divorced?

Emotions, finances, lifestyle...so much changes when you go through a divorce. At a time when you are under great stress, you face some of the most difficult decisions of your life — what to do with your house, foremost among them.    If you have equity in your home, here are a few options: Buy out your spouse. If you’re still living in the marital home, you may decide to buy out your spouse and maintain your residence (often for the sake of your children). But before you take on this...

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Plan | College

Is a College Education Worth It? Depends on Who You Ask

Is it worth investing in a college education? A story last month by David Leonhardt in The New York Times said, unequivocally, yes. "The pay gap between college graduates and everyone else reached a record high last year, according to new data from the Labor Department and the Washington, DC-based Economic Policy Institute," Leonhardt wrote. In the early 1980s, Americans with four-year degrees earned 64 percent more than people without degrees. By last year, they earned 98% more. What does...

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Plan | Financial Planning

Will Power: 4 Essentials for Planning Your Estate

Before having kids, my idea of a will was based on what I had seen in the movies. There was the dramatic “reading of the will” scene where someone is surprised by a huge inheritance or devastated by being left out. Then there were the movies where there is no will or where things go wrong and orphaned children get left to evil or inept aunts and uncles (think “James and the Giant Peach”), thrown into a heartless orphanage (“Annie”) or left to fend for themselves in a cruel world (“A Series of...

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