Health Savings Accounts (HSAs) are tax-advantaged medical savings plans, which can act like both a personal checking and investment account for medical expenses now or in the future. The changes
So you’re thinking about giving a family member some money to help with a down payment on a home. Or maybe you want to help contribute to a college fund
No one ever sets out to invest money and have it end up as a loss, but over time, most investors will end up with some winners and some losers.
This blog is for couples: new couples, elderly couples, married couples, loving couples, divorcing couples, in all cases, partners as it relates to finance. Let’s start with the (unfortunate) fact. There is something inevitable in any relationship. The end.
How did one of golf’s biggest events create a unique tax break allowing you to rent your home tax-free? Every April, the best golfers in the world gather in Augusta,
Proposition 19 recently passed in California, the results of which could mean property tax breaks for those over 55 in the state and potential tax increases for those inheriting homes
Although the CARES Act’s $2 trillion allocation to the economy has been compared to President Obama’s 2009 American Recovery and Reinvestment Act, the more recent measure should be thought of
Are you dreaming of retirement, or currently in retirement and dreaming of a new chapter in life? Once a year everyone should take the time to review and update their
Many company officers and other highly-compensated executives receive a whole host of employer retirement benefits, including not only a 401(k) plan and a pension plan, but a non-qualified deferred compensation (NQDC) plan as well. Like 401(k) plans, NQDC plans...
Different types of investment returns are taxed distinctly. Knowing how investment returns are taxed can help you better manage your investments. Short-Term Capital Gains For an explanation of short term