My former mother in law wants to claim my children on her tax return. How can I stop the harassment?

Question by .: My former mother in law wants to claim my children on her tax return. How can I stop the harassment? My former mother in law thinks I should let her claim my children as dependents on her tax return as well as claim their exemption. I told my former mother in . . . → Read More: My former mother in law wants to claim my children on her tax return. How can I stop the harassment?

Is wikipedia increasingly your first stop for product research?

Question by zzalphabeta: Is wikipedia increasingly your first stop for product research? Wikipedia’s traffic numbers are soaring (it grew faster than MySpace over the past 12 months). And more and more people are dumping commercial external links into articles. Are people actually using it as their first stop to research a product or service? . . . → Read More: Is wikipedia increasingly your first stop for product research?

At what price do you stop buying health “insurance”?

Question by Justanotherguy: At what price do you stop buying health “insurance”? If my entire family of four costs more than $ 1000 a month I will stop buying and start saving the cash for an emergency.

What about you?

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Answer by wrfineWhats a $ 1000 your life or your family . . . → Read More: At what price do you stop buying health “insurance”?

Can your genetic makeup stop you from buying life insurance?

By Michelle Matlock, Life Quotes, Inc.

If your grandfather was an alcoholic does that mean that you’re destined to be one as well? What about your mother and aunt who have both been diagnosed with breast cancer?

Your genetics determine more than the color of your eyes and skin, they present a detailed map . . . → Read More: Can your genetic makeup stop you from buying life insurance?