16 September 2014, 11:00

J.G. Wentworth writes often about retirement, encouraging our readers to save wisely and plan for potential retirement expenses. While we cannot offer specific financial advice, today we would like to invite all our readers, regardless of age, to step back and consider the following basic question: how much will I need to retire comfortably? To answer […]

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11 September 2014, 11:00

For some folks the question gets asked each and every month bills come in the mail: Why can’t I make a firm budget – and then stick to it? J.G. Wentworth talks to thousands of folks around the country with cash troubles, and many face debt obligations that might have been avoided had they been […]

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9 September 2014, 07:04

When it comes to the costs associated with obtaining a higher education, the numbers are scary, to say the least. The average student loan debt is approximately $23,000, with over 10% of students owing more than $54,000. Additionally, almost 2/3 of all bachelor’s degree recipients borrow money to go to school, translating to almost $1 […]

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4 September 2014, 11:00

If you’ve been injured on the job, you may be eligible for worker’s compensation. Worker’s compensation is designed to provide wage replacement and medical benefits for those employees injured during the course of employment, and is usually considered essential for those who qualify for it. J.G. Wentworth handles numerous calls from people who are receiving […]

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2 September 2014, 11:00

Are you one of those people who has a hard time keeping a close eye on your finances? If the answer is yes, you’re not alone. Life moves so fast nowadays, and the bills and monthly obligations come from so many sources, that it’s no surprise how many of us find it difficult to keep […]

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