Rules of thumb may be a good place to start, but they shouldn’t dictate all your retirement plans.
Receiving unexpected fortune is great. You now have to manage the wealth efficiently and in line with your financial goals. Here are six smart ways.
If you are eligible, Healthcare Savings Account (a.k.a. HSA) is a great solution to cover Retirement healthcare costs and save taxes in the process.
It may not be a wise financial decision to commit to a Model 3 now based solely on the tax breaks you might get when you acquire the vehicle.
Thanks to tax laws (and some very recent tax deals), there are ways to save money when you fund College education for your kids
Did you set up your assets such that they pass to your intended beneficiaries? If not, now is the time to act
What should you do with the qualified (tax-deferred) money that is in a plan sponsored by ex-employer? Here are your options
If you are charitably inclined, donate to charity often, and take a tax deduction for the amount you donated, the good news is that you have an opportunity to increase your savings
While it is indisputable saving is important, the true starting point in “Retirement Planning” is not about money.
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