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February 2019 -
The “dirty dozen” favored by criminals and cheats: criminals try to scam taxpayers, and some taxpayers try to cheat on their taxes. These cons occur year-round. Here are the 12 biggest offenses.
January 2019 -
Social Security will soon give seniors their largest “raise” since 2012. Not every retiree will see their benefits grow 2.8% next year, but the average beneficiary will see a difference.
December 2018 -
Here are some things you might want to do before saying goodbye to 2018. Little year-end moves might help you improve your short-term and long-term financial situation.
November 2018 -
Generalizations about money and retirement linger. Some have been around for decades, and some new clichés have recently joined their ranks. Let’s examine a few.
October 2018 -
Shop wisely when you look for life insurance coverage. Compare your options. Make your choice with insight from an insurance professional, to help you avoid some of these all-too-common missteps.
September 2018 -
Grandparents Day provides a reminder about family legacies. Your thoughtful actions and guidance could help your grandchildren enter adulthood with good values and a promising financial start.
August 2018 -
How much does eldercare cost, and how do you arrange it when it is needed? The average person might not know. For clarification, here are some facts to dispel some myths.
July 2018 -
Real estate investors may want to explore like-kind (1031 or Starker) exchanges. This lets an investor sell one property and buy a similar one while deferring capital gains taxes.
June 2018 -
The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act made dramatic changes to federal tax law. It is worth reviewing some of these changes as 2019 approaches and households and businesses refine their income tax strategies.
May 2018 -
An income stream you cannot outlive. That sums up the appeal of an annuity. If you are interested in steady retirement income (and the potential to defer taxes), you might want to look at the potential offered by annuities. Before making the leap, however, understand how they work.