How to Reduce Your Debt-to-Income Ratio (And When Not To) According to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, “Your debt-to-income ratio is all your monthly debt payments divided by your gross monthly income. This number is one way that lenders measure your ability to manage the monthly payments to repay the money you plan to borrow.”…

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How to Hit a Long Drive in Estate Planning By Faye Sykes In golf, you need patience and concentration to hit a ball 300 yards or more straight down the fairway. Similarly, when it comes to estate planning, you must look straight out into the future and utilize specific strategies in order to provide as…

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To Make Golfing More Affordable in Retirement, Consider a Golfing Community For active seniors with a passion for playing golf, there are many golfing retirement communities located across the United States to consider as your primary retirement residence. Imagine living surrounded by beautifully-maintained green-grass vistas, just a short walk away from your community clubhouse. Picture…

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  Tax Deductions Which Can Free Up More Money For Golf   Tax season is almost upon us, and our minds are on the green—both our money and how we can get another round of golf in. There are still some tax breaks available that directly relate to our sport, as well as some potentially…

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  I’m going to wager that you absolutely love golf, which is probably why you’re reading this magazine. It’s a fantastic sport, but it can also be an expensive sport when you start to add up the green fees, cart rental, golf gloves, shoes and apparel, golf clubs, golf balls, bags and miscellaneous equipment, tournament…

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