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Why Is Telemedicine Still Popular After 2020?   The pandemic really accelerated this in 2019-2020, but online delivery of medical services, called Telehealth or Telemedicine has really taken off. What it did is it accelerated the acceptance of this type of conversation, and prior to 2019. Many people would have been hesitant to get you […]

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Is $1 Million Enough In A 401(K) Fund?   You have a 401K fund and you’ve noticed that your balance has decreased dramatically, well you’re not alone according to Money Watch. The number of 401K millionaires have plunged by over a third, in fact, in some areas it’s more than 50%. Meaning the vast wealth […]

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What is “Social Inflation”?   What is social inflation?   We’ve all heard about inflation with gas prices, food prices. Eggs cost you around $6 a dozen, head of lettuce cost $5. That’s inflation. Hard asset dollar cost inflation, but what is social inflation? Social inflation is a little bit different. It’s a more subtle […]

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Income Is More Important Than Savings In Retirement   Imagine you’re going to go on a long trip; a vacation with your car and you’re told you can never stop for gas. Never fill up your tank. Now you’re allowed to fit as big of a gas tank as you can on your vehicle, but […]

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Is Paid Customer Service The New Normal? Is paying for customer service the new normal? We’ve seen a lot of companies deleting phone numbers for customer service. Major airlines, and a lot of large companies. Even government agencies don’t have phones anymore for customer service. When you do access customer service, it may cost money. […]

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When Do House Prices Crash?   The question on everybody’s mind is: What’s happening with real estate prices, with home prices?  There’s a lot of predictions: will prices increase, decrease, or stay the same. The bigger question is why is it going to do whatever it’s going to do? There’s guesses either way but if […]

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What Judgements Can Come From A Lawsuit? What are the things that you can get from a court case, or a civil lawsuit?  There’s three basic types of remedies that you can ask for in a civil lawsuit:  First is for damages, that’s obviously the most common type of resolution you think about in a […]

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5 Best sources of discount & overstock surplus Merchandise    You’ve seen a lot of deals on our website and we’re going to go through a couple sources where you can find listings for all kinds of discounted goods and merchandise.  Whether it’s volume merchandise, government surplus, retail deals, or hidden discount codes (you know […]

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Home prices drop 50%    What’s on everybody’s mind is: what is going to happen with real estate prices.. Are they going up? Are they going down? Interest rates? prices? So here is one prediction from some high-level financiers: Home prices will fall another 10 percent because interest rates are going to stay high. It’s […]

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  Most important day in a court case   The most important day of any litigation or any court case is mediation day. It’s the most important day because it’s your last chance as a party (whether you’re a plaintiff, a defendant, even a witness) to put your case in your hands, and not outside […]

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