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Six Steps To Debt Recovery By Jeffrey Campbell

Our hearts are with the Carolinas, and with the cleanup process that is just beginning over there. With all of the the flooding that is hampering efforts to get in and even evaluate the damage, we know this will be a long road to recovery. The slow onset of these hurricanes is a mixed bag, […]

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Five Steps To Help Mayfield Heights Families And Individuals Prepare for Financial Emergencies

With Hurricane Florence barrelling towards the southeastern United States, I’m reminded (again) about how the unexpected can put a big dent into a well-planned life. And as a planner by nature, these kinds of slow-approaching problems (like hurricanes), are the sort of thing against which I’m always on guard on behalf of my Mayfield Heights […]

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Three Key Money-Management Tips For College Students In Mayfield Heights

So, Labor Day is behind us, which means that the FALL is here. Football, cooler temps, pumpkins and more are in our future. And school. School is back in session in Mayfield Heights — which for some parents is something to celebrate, and others something to mourn. Or a little of both! And for the […]

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Implement Jeffrey Campbell’s Tax Planning Strategy To Pay Less On Taxes This Year

It’s true — there are certain people for whom this note doesn’t apply. There are those who are perfectly fine paying the amount of tax they pay every year, thank you very much. However, since YOU have chosen to invest yourself in our services (or at one point considered it), you are probably in the […]

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Tax Reform Has Opened Up Many Tax Strategy Opportunities We Can Implement For Mayfield Heights Families And Individuals

I can’t believe it, but here we are, almost done with the month of August (!), school is already starting in many areas where we serve clients, and football is again being discussed as something to pay attention to. This summer has absolutely FLOWN by — and those of us who pay attention to politics […]

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A Family Budget Plan By Jeffrey Campbell

Last week I wrote to you about a few financial conversations worth having within a marriage, or any close partnership. As we turn the page into the end of summer, there are a swath of newlyweds out there, and this (and the previous note) might be something useful to send their way. But before I […]

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Jeffrey Campbell’s Two Financial Exercises To Strengthen Your Family Finances

All of the tax media outlets (and even some non-tax ones) were shouting about a new Government Accountability Office (GAO) report that showed that (gasp) millions of taxpayers are underwithholding, and that they will face a tax bill come 2019. Apparently, there was an increase of 3% of those who will owe the IRS due to not adjusting withholding per […]

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Jeffrey Campbell’s Five Key Long-Term Financial Goals

It’s helpful to have long-term financial goals at which to aim. But the problem is that there is just SO MUCH financial advice to be had on ye olde World Wide Web that cutting through the noise and finding simple targets is difficult. So, that’s what I’m here to provide today. For those of my clients who are […]

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Jeffrey Campbell’s Guide For Choosing An Executor Of Your Estate Plan

We love what we do. I’m not sure if it’s always obvious, but perhaps you can take a cue from the fact that I take the time to post you these sorts of notes on a regular basis, if not by other factors. We love this stuff, and consequently, we work hard for our Mayfield […]

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New (and Old) Tax Scams Taxpayers In Mayfield Heights Need To Know About

You’d think that this would be about golf, since here we are smack in the middle of summer. But I’m here with a word of caution about other kinds of traps, not of the sandy variety. Last week, we spoke about executors, and I’ll return to that subject soon. But today, I thought I’d issue […]

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