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Statistics often have the effect of dulling our sense of reality. When government and businesses toss out percentages and lump us into pre-determined demographic groups, it's hard to internalize whatever message they're trying to convey. We get lost in the coldness of the data. The impersonal nature of raw numbers. Unless, of course, the statistic is so startling, so...

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Who Can You Trust

If you're someone who knows nothing about cars, you know how nerve-wracking it is to find a mechanic you can trust. After all, if you don't know the first thing about auto repair, the chances of getting taken advantage of are high. Consumer advocates tell us to take special care to review the shop's estimate, get a second opinion, and not let talk of replacing...

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One Couple's Eye-Opening Experience with the Importance of Estate Planning

The following is a fictional account drawn from several case studies recorded by F&H, as part of the Institute's ongoing research into the area of estate planning.

Frank and Sherry Millhouse realized they were in dangerous territory. ...

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Land of the free

$40 billion is a very big number. No, it's not the U.S. trade deficit for December ($38.5 billion)...and it's not how much computer mogul Michael Dell is worth ($14.6 billion). $40 billion is the amount Americans lose to securities fraud every year. And that doesn't even take into account the numerous other financial scams that have been perpetrated on unwitting...

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Most of us consider ourselves well informed about investments, but if you're like the majority of Americans with outstanding consumer debt, you may need serious rehabilitation of your finances. With the average American carrying well over $8,000 on credit cards alone, it's critical to reassess your understanding of available resources. Like pulling the rabbit out of...

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http://review.aryosys.com/qstreetlaw/ver1.html

Statistics often have the effect of dulling our sense of reality. When government and businesses toss out percentages and lump us into pre-determined demographic groups, it's hard to internalize...

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Who Can You Trust

If you're someone who knows nothing about cars, you know how nerve-wracking it is to find a mechanic you can trust. After all, if you don't know the first thing about auto repair, the chances of...

Read More
0

One Couple's Eye-Opening Experience with the Importance of Estate Planning

The following is a fictional account drawn from several case studies recorded by ...

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Land of the free

$40 billion is a very big number. No, it's not the U.S. trade deficit for December ($38.5 billion)...and it's not how much computer mogul Michael Dell is worth ($14.6 billion). $40 billion is the...

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Most of us consider ourselves well informed about investments, but if you're like the majority of Americans with outstanding consumer debt, you may need serious rehabilitation of your finances....

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In 1999, half of all bankruptcies in the United States were initiated following a health crisis. That means hundreds of thousands of families were suddenly faced with the very real prospect of...

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