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Find Lost Money

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There are billions of dollars in “lost” money all over the country. Is some of it yours?

We’ve been on a kick here at the office. We’ve found money for ourselves, family, friends and our clients.

If you live in Massachusetts you’ve surely seen the commercials for Find Mass Money. But have you looked to see if you have anything? We did – and were we ever surprised. If you’ve ever moved, left a job, switched banks, forgot about a rebate or had a relative pass away, there is chance you may have some lost money out there.

Every state and the US Government have a resource to find unclaimed money. Take a look. Maybe you’ll find money for a cup of coffee or perhaps a vacation!

Tips for Finding Unclaimed Money

Unmarried Millennials and Money

By Kristy Archuleta

Sometimes referred to as the “Me Me Me” generation, millennials have become the largest living population in the U.S. (U.S. Census Bureau). Millennials are known for having heavy financial burdens, being the most racially diverse generation — and delaying marriage (Drake, 2014). What do their different views on marriage than previous generations mean for millennial couples, especially when faced with these financial challenges? Are these couples less committed? Do they trust less?

Not necessarily.

Read more here.

Do you need a trust?

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Why a trust may help you do much more than potentially reduce estate taxes.

Read more here.

Cost of Living Calculator: How Far Will My Salary Go In Another City?

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