Monthly Archives: July 2013

Retirees and Pension Holders Should Review Finances Today

As Detroit, Michigan, continues its Chapter 9 bankruptcy process, retired City of Detroit pensioners are still learning about the fate of their monthly pension payments. City employees with pensions, and all retirees, need to have a plan in place, in … Continue reading

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Two or more balance transfer checks can throw you out of balance!

Jane McNamara, GreenPath president and CEO, discusses how multiple balance transfer checks can work against you in her latest “Let’s Talk Credit” column on CreditCards.com. Dear Jane, This concerns a major bank credit card. I wrote a balance transfer check … Continue reading

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Avoid personal finance fireworks and look forward to the rest of 2013

As we prepare for July 4 festivities, many people have fireworks on their list. Whether they are purchasing bottle rockets for their own use or going to a larger show, such displays are a tradition in many families. However, as … Continue reading

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