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Jessica Naziri of TechSesh on the New Mint for iOS Look

[ad_1]If you ever wished for an easier way to figure out what you should do to improve your financial health– stop what you’re doing and read up! Maybe you’ve heard me talk about Mint’s website and mobile app and how it helped me create and stick to a budget during my wedding and after (link to past videos). I’ve always been a fan of Mint, and now with new iOS app redesign, better features and data-driven MintSights– or Mint Insights, it’s even easier to stay on top of your savings, expenses and budgeting. This app update will help you have a...

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Understanding the Difference Between Marital and Nonmarital Assets

[ad_1] When you are going through a divorce, the emotions of the situation can sometimes cloud your judgment. With all of the changes occurring and everyone in your life telling you how to feel, what to do, or how to act, you may forget that you do not know a ton of information about the process ahead of you. You may have a wealth of concerns, regarding maintaining a stable living and how your shared children will factor into that. However, in order to acquire the answers before you enter family court and find yourself blindsided by the challenges of the divorce...

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Why does the IRS file liens? And what you can do about one.

[ad_1] The obvious reason the IRS files a lien is because someone owes it money.  If you have a lien filed against your property the IRS is attempting to collect a debt. It could be an aggressive or passive collection attempt but the lien signals the existence of a debt. Whenever you face debt collection consider your options, including the possibility of bankruptcy. For a greater understanding, first let’s briefly examine what is a lien.  A lien creates a right to keep possession of property belonging to another person until a debt owed by that person is paid.  Most liens do...

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5 Tips to Help Deal With Post-Divorce Conflict With Your Ex · Divorced Moms

[ad_1]  If you are leaving a marriage that is full of conflict, that conflict will follow you into your post-divorce life. Divorce does not put an end to the crazy that went on during the marriage. You may no longer live in the same home but you can bet, if you were married to someone with anger management issues, you will continue to be the recipient of their anger after the divorce is final. In some cases divorce can exacerbate the anger so for your sake it pays to have a plan for dealing with the conflict to come. Even if you are...

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What are the Types of Financial Benefits Big Companies Offer?

[ad_1] Employers might think employees are looking for companies that offer a game room or on-site massage chair, but research shows employees actually don’t want superficial perks— they’d rather have core benefits and compensation packages. Financial incentives can be great, but only if you understand what they are and how to take advantage of them. There’s no point in having great stock options or a retirement plan if you don’t actually know how to make them work for you. To actually get the incentive, you need to do your research. Currently, millennials prefer cash over stock for long term investments, so...

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New Book Quotes Joe Cordell About Plight Of American Men

[ad_1] In his new book, “Man Out: Men on the Sidelines of American Life,” author Andrew Yarrow attempts to explain why so many men are feeling unwanted, unloved, disenfranchised, and left behind. Mr. Yarrow, who is a senior fellow at the Progressive Policy Institute and former New York Times reporter, Labor Department speechwriter, and United States history professor at American University, examines the complex interplay between economics and culture that has devastated many American men. He rejects the cut-and-dry assessment that these men are either victims or culprits and draws on empirical data and personal interviews in communities across the United...

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Should You Stay In Business With an Ex After Divorce · Divorced Moms

[ad_1]  Every married couple’s divorce is different and for every individually different divorce, there are at least two different opinions, stories, and interpretations of how and why the divorce occurred in the first place. Because each divorce is different, each divorce involves its own specific and unique challenges, disagreements, tests, and hopefully at least a few resolutions. One of the most common and challenging hurdles that divorced and or divorcing couples must face exists when the couple jointly operates a business during marriage. Below we will be discussing some potential resolutions, solutions, and compromises that two co-business owners and ex spouses...

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How to Make Money with Side Hustle Apps

[ad_1]  If you ask a random person on the street what they do, chances are they have a lot of slashes and hyphens in their job titles. In this day and age, if you don’t have multiple sources of income you are just getting by. The era of working one job your entire life is over, and when it comes to finding ways to make extra money on the side, millennials are very creative with their side hustles. Some side hustles pay well and some are passion projects, but if you’re looking for some extra cash, listen up. Whether you’re the...

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The Principal of the Matter: Fighting Over Personal Property During Divorce

[ad_1] When you are going through the divorce process, your ideal post-divorce situation may feature many of the elements of your married life, including your car, your house, your possessions, and your assets. The only part of your ideal post-divorce life that differs from your married life is the presence of your ex-spouse. While this may be your ideal situation, the reality of the situation may be far from this scenario. When it comes to your assets and possessions, you may have an emotional attachment to them, fueling your desire to fight for them in your divorce. However, your ex-spouse may...

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Are You Sure You Need a Divorce? · Divorced Moms

[ad_1]  The doubt about your marriage has probably been festering and growing for quite a while if you’re asking thinking about divorce. There are all sorts of reasons why a marriage stops working. But, do you really need a divorce? It could be financial problems so severe that even the strongest initial bonds can be broken. Infidelity and the destruction of the basic trust two people must have to sustain a marriage can overpower even the most durable bond. Or maybe even thoughts that perhaps you settled for grass that was not the greenest – and that the other side-of-the-fence might offer a...

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