Millennials Starting to Plan for Future, Retirement by Saving Their Income Now

Millennials are starting to focus on saving money for their futures, according to a recent financial survey. Fidelity Investments, the world’s second-largest mutual fund and financial services group, conducted a survey of 4,650 households with a minimum of $20K in annual income and learned that millennials between the ages of 25 and 34 are saving […]

Joel Spivack Named an “Awesome Attorney” by South Jersey Magazine

Joel R. Spivack was recently named a South Jersey Magazine “Awesome Attorney” for 2015. Each year, South Jersey Magazine readers choose the state’s most outstanding lawyers. This year, Joel Spivack has been named one of New Jersey’s 152 top attorneys. This is just one of many honors that Mr. Spivack has achieved over the course […]

U.S. Congress Passes PATH Act, Extends Tax Breaks for Millions of Americans

Congress recently passed the Protecting Americans from Tax Hikes Act of 2015 (widely known as the “PATH Act”) legislation that will extend a number of different tax breaks for U.S. taxpayers. Had lawmakers not taken the action at the end of 2015, the tax breaks would have expired, leaving millions of Americans in a major […]

Luck Runs out on Michigan Lottery Winner

Under the heading of “you can’t make this stuff up,” a bankruptcy trustee in Michigan is looking to sell a resident’s lottery ticket worth $1,000-a-month for life — the life of the original winner-turned-bankrupt man. In 1984, Donal Magett, then in his early 40s, witnessed his dreams come true. He won the lottery game, “Cash […]

Stop Procrastinating: Check Your Credit Report for Free Today

This article is the third article in a multi-part series on steps you can take right now to get your financial health in order. Resolutions are all about goals. If your goal is to get financially healthy in 2016, monitor your credit regularly. You see and hear the commercials all the time. There are cute […]

Financial Fitness Plan Blog 2: Save More, Spend Less

This article is the second in a multi-part series on steps you can take right now to get your financial health in order. Resolutions are all about goals. If you goal is to get financially healthy in 2016, here are two things you can do right now to get you past the finish line. People […]

Drowning in Student Loans? Can You Escape the Tidal Wave?

When it comes to student debt, the numbers across the board are staggering. If you are one of the 40 million Americans who recently graduated from college, you are in good company with others who owe about $1.2 trillion in student loans. As the economy continues to bounce back and areas of consumer debt wane […]

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