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August 2, 2017

uexpress.com: Smart Moves - Cash‑out Refinance Tips

But aging in place also its advantages, says Jorie Johnson, a certified financial planner who heads her own company. For instance, it could allow owners to remain in a community where they have established relationships.

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May 17, 2016

Credit.com News: How Much Can Removing One Negative Item Raise Your Credit Score?

“It all depends on what the negative item was,” Jorie Johnson, a financial planner with Financial Futures in New Jersey, said in an email. “Typically, it takes seven years after removing a negative item for it to be 100% removed from affecting your credit score.”

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March 7, 2016

Credit.com News: Are You Paying Off Your Debt Wrong?


Or “open a savings account,” says Jorie Johnson, a certified financial planner based in Brielle, N.J. “Put [any extra money] in there and when the amount... equals the principal owed, mail it in and pay down the entire balance of the loan.

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December 14, 2015

Credit.com News: What to Do When Your Parents Want to Borrow Money

You have to assess whether or not your are sacrificing your own goals in order to help your parents, said Jorie Johnson, a certified financial planner based in Brielle, N.J.

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November 1, 2015

Wall Street Journal: A Couple Is Property Rich. Now What?

Kudos to the Pisanos for being free of school-loan debt,” says Jorie Johnson, a fee-only financial adviser in Brielle, N.J. The couple made the right decision by eliminating those loans as soon as possible, she says.

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June 12, 2015

Wall Street Journal: When Clients Get Divorced

For Jorie Johnson, a financial adviser in Manasquan, N.J., the communication discussion, and what financial information would likely be shared between the parties, is disclosed early in the adviser-client relationship.

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April 8, 2015

Credit.com News: Is Your Tax Return Too Big?

“It’s sort of like forced savings,” said Jorie Johnson, a certified financial planner in New Jersey. She said she suggests her clients re-evaluate their withholding if their refund exceeds $5,000.

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July 25, 2014

Credit.com News: I Want to Break Up With My Girlfriend (& Her Credit Card Debt)

“I don’t have an issue with living together, but every time you make a major financial decision, you have to think about the exit strategy,” said Jorie Johnson, a certified financial planner in New Jersey.

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Feb 16, 2014

Wall Street Journal: Why You Are Spending More and Enjoying It Less

Financial planner Jorie Johnson once met with clients who had more than $50,000 in credit-card debt and asked the couple where the boat or pool or RV was that they purchased to incur such a debt.

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