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Getting a Head Start on the Holiday Feasts

The Holidays are coming! We are a few months out, and it’s time to start preparing what you plan on having and the increased grocery...

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Do I Owe Taxes for an Ex-Spouse?!

Dear Team, I’m recently divorced and just received a letter from the IRS requesting a payment of taxes from two...

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True Stability

The dictionary defines “stability” as “the strength to stand or endure.” Think carefully about each of those words and how...

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SWOF: How Big Does My Emergency Fund Really Need to Be?

Experts in the personal finance industry, including us here at Your Money Line, typically recommend three months of expenses for...

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Spotlight On: Supplemental Security Income

Supplemental Security Income is often confused with Social Security and it’s understandable. The names are similar, the acronyms are similar...

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A Note For Single Women Over 50: Forgive Yourself

We’ve all made money mistakes. How can you go through life and not?  Mistakes are actually good things as they...

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Should I Co-Sign A Loan?

Hi, My brother, who recently started a business, wants a specialized truck. He doesn’t have enough credit history to get...

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5 Ways How Social Media Affect Spending Habits

Social media influences your spending habits. I’m sure this isn’t breaking news to you but do you know to what...

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Food and the Art of the Possible

Otto von Bismarck was the first leader of a unified Germany in 1871, but you may know him as the...

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Renting Happily Ever After

"Everyone should buy a house." You’ve heard it, I’ve heard it. And it is wrong. Worst of all, it perpetuates...

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