More and more of us are updating our resumes and re-entering the world of active job seekers. The reasons for going back into the work force or changing jobs may be varied, but the bottom line is still the same—it is scary! I have a friend who told me that she literally started her own…

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Six Steps to Financial Health Make sure you have a will and Health Care Power of Attorney. Have your investments diversified enough so that you can take out emergency funds without penalties. Do not have all your savings in retirement accounts. Have different investment buckets: emergency fund, taxable conservatively managed accounts and retirement accounts. Check to…

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E is for Education Divorce is a trying experience for all those involved but especially stressful on the spouse who did not finish college.  This is the time to consider expanding your marketable skills.  You may consider starting classes at a local University. How will I afford to educate myself?  There are scholarships government assistance…

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