Thursday, November 20, 2014 Heshvan 27, 5775
Now that the package has been mailed to the IRS — and you’ve watched all those people on TV newscasts dropping their forms off at the post office at the very last minute — do some questions remain? Namely, what happens if the IRS gets in touch with you for an … audit? If there is anything that can strike...
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Craig G. Langweiler, JE Feature
I'll bet you're not considering the prospect that you might need nursing home or skilled home health care. But the unthinkable can happen. You insure your home against fire and your car against an accident - and never complain if that money is "wasted." Why not insure against one of the most expensive realities of life - long-term care? As...
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Fred D. Snitzer - JE Feature
The strong stock-market performance during the first month of the year unleashed an avalanche of commentary from prognosticators in the financial community. Peering through their financial magnifying glasses - like geekier versions of Sherlock Holmes - they look earnestly for patterns from the past to help them divine the future. Is there a relationship, they ask, between a good first...
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Andrew Lasner
The home-selling process differs from state to state, but there are some essential steps most home sellers should take before listing a house with an agent or selling it for sale by owner. • Get pre-approved for a home loan and a home-equity line of credit. It is not at all uncommon for sellers who have signed a contract to...
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Craig Langweiler- JE Feature
<p>When many people hear the term &quot;asset allocation,&quot; they immediately think of an efficient frontier diagram and the work of a pioneering economist.</p> <p>A 25-year-old student at the University of Chicago back in the early 1950s, Harry M. Markowitz really needed a thesis topic. In a chance meeting, a stock broker suggested that he investigate the stock market.</p> <p>At the...
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