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IT'S ALL ABOUT MONEY MANAGEMENT
November 2013 -
What changes should we consider making for next year? Fall is the time of year to start to look for ways to reduce taxes and make year-end moves in pursuit of key financial objectives.
October 2013 -
Has your vision of retirement changed? Is it becoming more of a priority? Are you looking to improve your finances? Here are two misconceptions to avoid so you can proceed with clarity.
September 2013 -
Can the government follow through on its ambitions? How about the state health insurance exchanges? The planned expansion of Medicaid? How do small businesses feel?
August 2013 -
When the Supreme Court repealed Section 3 of the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) in June, it opened financial doors—in at least some states—previously closed to same-sex couples.
July 2013 -
Healthcare expenses in the U.S. are very high. If visiting parents fall ill and are covered, then insurance will pay most of the expenses for doctor, hospital, and medicine.
June 2013 -
What makes financial sense for some baby boomers may not make sense for you. Here are some retirement assumptions that may or may not prove true for you, depending on your finances and lifestyle.
May 2013 -
5 common errors to avoid + 2 big factors to consider: Most families do their “homework” about 529 savings plans, but missteps are made, often with the distribution of these plans.
April 2013 -
Do bad money habits constrain your financial progress? It's spring cleaning time--as good a time as any to alter your behavior, get rid of old bad habits, and clean your financial house.
March 2013 -
Every year, as a result of oversight, taxpayers miss some great federal income tax deductions. Here are a few that often go unnoticed—and this is by no means the whole list.
February 2013 -
Assuming the fiscal cliff deal becomes law, what changes would occur? Here are the major details in the bill, which would raise taxes by roughly $600 billion across the next ten years.