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 In a few short days two earthquakes hit.  One, 6.5 magnitude, in Northern California and the second, 7.0 magnitude, in Haiti.  The first one had minor damages and no injuries.  The second has devastated a major city and killed up to 50,000 people with many more injured. What’s the difference?  One happened in the richest […]

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December Wrap-Up

by Kay Lynn

December’s an interesting month.  We hurry, stress and overschedule like crazy until you get to the last two weeks of the month (and year).  My bible study went on hiatus, schools are out and try having a meeting in the office.  Here’s a look back at December before it gets too far into the new […]

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It’s the time of year to declare next year’s flexible spending account (FSA) allocation to your employer.  There’s been many good articles about flexible spending account planning, advantages and explanation recently.  It’s an annual end of year planning event. It’s also the time of year to complete qualifying purchases for the current year.  I’ve taken advantage of […]

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photo credit: TheTruthAbout… This is the first article in a series about the process of buying and selling a home.  Two years ago Mr. Boomer and I did something I would not advise my worst enemy to do … sell your home and buy the replacement at the same time.  If it was such a […]

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The last week of November means more than turkey day… or at least it should.  In between holiday events and activities make time to take care of these four financial deadlines. 1. Flexible Spending Accounts (FSA).  Many employers offer a medical FSA and/or dependent care FSA.  If you have either of these make sure you spend the funds on or […]

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