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How to handle your taxes in a blended family – Press

This is part two of a series of 5 articles discussing the following case hypothetical from the various professional perspectives: A and B are about to be married. A has two kids from a previous marriage. B has one child from a previous marriage. They plan to have children together. …

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Teachers sue Betsy DeVos over loan forgiveness program

A New York City Public School teacher has joined public employees from across the country in a lawsuit against Education Secretary Betsy DeVos for her gross mismanagement of a loan forgiveness program, court papers said. The American Federation of Teachers filed the suit in Washington, DC, on behalf of the …

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Denied Public Service Loan Forgiveness? There’s Hope for You Yet

<p class="canvas-atom canvas-text Mb(1.0em) Mb(0)–sm Mt(0. 8em)–sm” type=”text” content=”emPSLF can be a lifesaver if you have a lot of student debt. But what do you do if you’ve been denied loan forgiveness?/em” data-reactid=”11″>PSLF can be a lifesaver if you have a lot of student debt. But what do you do …

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4 Tax Tips for New Parents

When you become a new parent, you’re overwhelmed with things to think about, and taxes are probably last on your list. But parents are offered valuable tax breaks by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), that weren’t available to them before they welcomed a child.  And we know how expensive kids …

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4 Tax Tips for New Parents

When you become a new parent, you’re overwhelmed with things to think about, and taxes are probably last on your list. But parents are offered valuable tax breaks by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), that weren’t available to them before they welcomed a child.  And we know how expensive kids …

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Increase your chances of qualifying for a home loan

Consider co-applying with a partner or family member to increase your chances of qualifying for a bond. Mpho Ramatong, from FNB, said lenders do offer consumers an opportunity to apply for a bond with two or more parties. These individuals would co-own the property and share the responsibility to honour …

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