The 30 Year Mortgage That Most People Don’t Pay

Have you ever missed a mortgage payment? Most of us wouldn’t dare to. Sure, you may have forgotten to pay it once or twice so you sent your payment in during the “grace period”, but to completely skip a mortgage payment is out of the question. You signed that mountain of paperwork when you took…

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Who’s Covered?

Your brother is in a pinch and wants to know if he can use your spare vehicle because his is broken down. You hand him the keys without a second thought. Your policy covers him, right?   At Korhorn, we often receive calls “just to check” and make sure another person is covered to drive their…

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3 Money Talks to Master This Year

If you’re like most married couples, you may feel that “Money” and “Talks” should be kept far away from each other—like fire and dynamite! After all, finances are the perennial winner of the “Biggest Marriage Stressor Award”. Countless studies seem to measure, monitor, and meddle in the financial affairs of married couples all over this…

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The Most Used, and Most Harmful, Investment Strategy

If I told you that selecting the right investment strategy plays a major role in your long term financial success, you’d probably agree with me, right? But what if I told you that most people are following the wrong investment strategy? You may not agree with me so easily, so let me explain. My wife…

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Choosing a Financial Advisor

By Matt Hoke You have financial and investment questions and need help, or maybe you have had a major life event and you are not sure where to turn to get the help you need. In times like these many people seek the assistance of a financial advisor. However, choosing a financial advisor can be…

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It’s time to file your taxes!

Many of you have already filed your 2015 income tax returns. There are probably even more of you that haven’t yet! As we all know, April 15th is the deadline for filing your individual income tax return. Do you really need to file by the deadline? What if you are going to owe? When do…

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5 Gifts for Your Grieving Spouse (Part 2)

By Joshua D. Gregory While nothing could prepare a surviving spouse to navigate the emotional devastation that losing a wife or husband would bring, a little planning and forethought could help you leave some important gifts behind for your grieving loved ones. In this article we will continue our exploration of five ways that you…

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