Debra Neiman

Debra Neiman, CFP, is and principal of Neiman & Associates Financial Services, a financial planning firm and registered investment advisor in Watertown, Massachusetts. She's also the co-author of the recently released book, Money Without Matrimony: The Unmarried Couple's Guide to Financial Security.

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Tax Planning Primer for the Self-Employed

Avoid overlooking your tax obligations before it's too late with this guide that gets down to the nitty-gritty aspects of tax planning.
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From Couple to Business Partners

Starting a business with your better half can reap huge rewards--and unique problems.
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Financing Your Business with Home Equity

Before turning to your home equity to fund your business, consider the potential drawbacks.
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Retirement Planning for Entrepreneurs

Get the basics on the three most common self-employed retirement plans.
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Managing Your Credit Score

Thinking about buying a new house or car in the next few years? Start preparing now.
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New Rules for Non-spousal Beneficiary Rollovers

Learn how to best manage your retirement plan in light of recent government changes.
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New Rules for Charitable Donations

Just because it's the right thing to do, it doesn't mean it's easy: Deducting contributions for tax purposes now demands more documentation.
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Individual Retirement Accounts: 2006 Changes

Get a closer look at the changes that went into effect in August regarding IRAs.
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Socking It Away for Your Kids' Future

Our personal finance expert offers an overview of your options for paying for your kid's college years.
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The Basics of the New Tax Act

Here's what you need to know about the Tax Increase Prevention and Reconciliation Act of 2005, just signed into law, when it comes to your personal finances.
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Taking Your Annual Financial Pulse

Is it time for your annual financial checkup? Our expert shows you why you need one and what you should be looking for.
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Financial Planning 101

Learn how to take control of your personal financial situation in eight easy steps.