When you have a pile of bills and no paycheck, address the essentials first. That means the roof over your head, medicine, food, heat, electricity and — for those who still must report to jobs despite a government shutdown — getting to work. What can wait? Almost everything else. Communicating with creditors is key to surviving a … Continued

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The wallet-emptying experience of raising kids understandably fuels a lot of interest in the Child Tax Credit, but thanks to some big changes recently, the fascination could reach Tickle Me Elmo-like proportions. Here are a few things tax pros say you should know about this credit and how you can take maximum advantage of it … Continued

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No one cares as much about your money as you do, but never asking for help can be dangerous — and expensive. In a previous column, I detailed the hazards of trying to do your own estate plan and how problems often aren’t apparent until it’s too late to fix them. The following financial tasks also … Continued

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