As we head into the last few weeks of 2018, I’m busily working with several clients – some new and many long-term. Here’s a look at some of the pieces I’ve had published lately.
I’ve written quite a bit about reverse mortgages for LendingTree this year. A recent one, Is a Reverse Mortgage Foreclosure Possible?, covers the risks homeowners take on when they take out a reverse mortgage. For this piece, I had a chance to talk to M. Reese Everson about her experience dealing with a reverse mortgage after her grandmother passed away.
Do you own investment property? If so, maybe you’ve considered tapping your equity in the property to fund improvements, consolidate debts or even buy another property. In this piece for MagnifyMoney, I cover Can You Get a Home Equity Line of Credit on an Investment Property?
If you’ve ever considered taking a loan against your 401(k) balance, hopefully you were warned about the potential pitfalls that can occur if you lose or leave your job before repaying the loan. The Tax Cuts & Jobs Act of 2017 gave borrowers a little more time to repay 401(k) loans and avoid having them treated like taxable distributions, but that doesn’t mean they’re risk-free. To learn more, check out this piece I wrote for Credit Karma: Tax Reform Gives Some 401(k) Borrowers More Time to Repay.
What’s the one problem every hiring manager WANTS to have? Having too many excellent candidates to choose from! In this article for Accounting Principals, I discuss How to Choose Between Really Good Candidates.
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Large or small, no business is immune to a cyber-attack. In this piece for Parker + Lynch, I cover ways financial leaders can lead the effort to address cybersecurity from a strategic and economic perspective. Check out Cybersecurity and Cyber Risk Management: Are You Ready for an Attack?
Those are just a few of the articles I’ve written lately. Thank you for checking them out!