Open enrollment season is here! Here are some important things to consider as you navigate your employer’s benefits.
Do you qualify for a Health Savings Account? Learn more about this important tax-advantaged benefit and how to use it in your financial plan.
The White House reported recently that real economic growth in the second quarter came in at 4.1%, making real (after inflation) growth in the last four quarters up 2.8%. It seems the elusive 3.0% growth rate in the economy seems within reach. But what does that mean for the markets?
With changes to the uses of 529 plans from the recent Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, parents planning for their children's college education have some new things to consider to improve their odds of success.
How I believe you should invest your long-term money.
How do you measure the improvements that your money is making on your life? Is your money the servant or the master?
What if I could interest you in an investment that if you dumped all of your money in on the worst possible day in the last decade and subsequently left it untouched for the next 10 years, you would have effectively doubled your money? Would you buy that investment?
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Paying for college is becoming a huge stress on students and parents. Read more and contact us for more information.
While your high school student is taking standardized tests, parsing college choices, and raring for graduation, you’ll probably find yourself spending some time with net income calculators on college websites. Whether your family’s income level qualifies you for significant aid or limits you to merit scholarships, you’ll quickly discover that tuition is not the only expense you need to consider.
Kids are awesome, and expensive. But you may be entitled to some tax relief by claiming some of these deductions and credits.
Sooner than later, the younger generation will be faced with increasingly complex financial decisions, and they're ill-equipped to deal with it.