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Q: I purchased a house and several years later got a home equity line of credit. I remortgaged the house several times along the way. For each of these transactions, I received a folder filled with documents related to each loan and probably have a couple hundred pages including appraisals, addendums and other documents.

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Believe it or not, hurricane season is here. Preparing early while you have the time can save you the stress of having to panic when a storm is right around the corner. The need for preparation couldn’ t be clearer in the wake of the gasoline panic buying we’ ve just witnessed after the recent pipeline hack, and who could forget the run on toilet paper at the beginning of...

Q: I have a question about transferring my home to my children. I have a house that I plan to leave to my daughters in my will. I realize that this route will mean going through a probate, which is both a time consuming and expensive process. I am also aware that a living trust would allow me to transfer the ownership of the home to my kids without probate.

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Whether you’re preparing for tax season or organizing family documents, a big pile of papers can seem daunting. Home organizer @freshspacehome is there to remind you that any organization project is manageable if you break it down into steps. Her suggestion to #organizeit? Sort the unmanageable paper pile into shred, keep, and recycle piles—then tackle the papers you need to keep by breaking down the categories even further.

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The social media writer says "race mixing" is destroying the nation and recommends dividing the United States into territorial enclaves determined by race.

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