Harry Gross writes about personal finance for the Daily News.
DEAR HARRY: My children bought a townhouse in a newly constructed community in Pennsylvania. They have a letter from a prominent law firm indicating that they had a condo. Now they would like to move to New Jersey because they both have new jobs there. Their Realtor says that the home never was a condo.
DEAR HARRY: I am desperately in need of your advice. I was referred to you by my 75-year-old father who reads your column religiously and saves the ones that might affect him. My IRS refund was gobbled up by the repayment of unemployment-comp payments that were mistakenly too high.