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Ten Financial Tips for Women Seriously Considering Divorce

1. Get informed. In order to have an idea of where you stand financially after divorce you need to figure out your financial status as a married couple. Gather all of the documents pertaining to your assets and liabilities. Each current account statement, whether it’s reporting the mortgage balance, credit card balance, Individual Retirement Account value, student loan, etc.

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The Best Daycare Software

Tech-savvy day-care owners are ditching the paper, pens and binders and embracing day-care software to help them manage their businesses. As a day-care owner, you undoubtedly understand the importance of coming up with organized processes for keeping track of students, finances and other essential data that helps you run the day-to-day and long-term activities of your day-care center. Day-care software ensures that information is readily available for owners.

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How to Get Out of Debt

Every family’s financial circumstances are different, but debt is something that many Americans have in common. The problem is not necessarily having debt, but not being able to pay it off. Worse yet, some people find themselves getting deeper into debt. While the 2005 Cambridge Consumer Credit Index shows that 25 percent of Americans consider paying off debt a top priority, a 2004 survey conducted by LendingTree found that more than half of those concerned about owing high debts had no definite financial plan for eliminating those debts.