Finances and Legal Matters

Finances take on much more importance while in your job search. How will you pay your bills? Your mortgage, electricity, gas, phone, car loan, food? Right now, our government is helping by providing up to 72 weeks of unemployment benefits - a huge increase compared to before the current economic recession. Still, what if you're on the front end of all those layoffs and your unemployment is coming to an end. How will you survive? ILostMyJob.com can help.

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1 Think your personal data isn't affecting you? Think Again...
2 Job Dislocation Brochure For Unemployed Workers Robert Shindell
3 Your Money, Your Career
4 Bankruptcy & Unemployment Robert Shindell
5 Home Owners - 5 Things You Need to Know About a "Short Sale"
6 The National Employment Lawyers Association (NELA)
7 The United States Department of Labor
8 What is Foreclosure?
9 Home Owners
10 Working With Your Lender to Stop Foreclosure
11 Do's and Don'ts of Foreclosure
12 Homeowner Checklist for Avoiding Foreclosure
13 Foreclosure Options
14 Avoiding Foreclosure
15 Getting your Finances in Order