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In most relationships (hopefully) there is an equal split of the duties to keep the household running. From the day to day mundane indoor and outdoor chores to the more time consuming duties of paying the bills, investing and tax … Continue reading
At some point in your life, the tables will turn – your parents, who likely taught you nearly everything you know, will need a helping hand. Whether that means assisting them in downsizing, navigating the Medicare process, or taking over … Continue reading
Not that long ago, The Wall Street Journal ran a story about retirement with the headline: He Says Maine, She Says Florida. It struck a chord with me. I’ve since debated the topic with my husband and referred to the … Continue reading
I work with 401(k) plans, so I have always been a strong believer in saving on a pre-tax basis. The premise is that most of us will pay lower taxes when we withdraw the money in retirement. Yet our recent … Continue reading
It seems that no matter how much or how little money we have, none of us really enjoys paying taxes. We may understand the necessity of paying taxes or the rewards we receive as citizens or members of our communities,… Continue reading
A week or so ago, I was telling a friend that I was working on this piece about year-end tax tips, and she looked at me with a combination of shock and disgust. “Didn’t we just do our taxes?!” she… Continue reading
Now that the tax deadline has come and gone, state and federal governments are busy processing refunds to taxpayers who overpaid. If you’re expecting a refund you may be loaning money to the IRS that could be better used to… Continue reading