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The 2021 IRS Rules on Retirement Plan Contributions
November 9, 2020

Retirement plans such as the 401(k) and IRA are popular choices, due to certain tax incentives offered by the IRS. Of course, the agency can and does occasionally make adjustments to the rules, so it’s important to stay on top of these changes. Here’s what you need to know about…

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Making Your Charitable Contributions Count
November 3, 2020

Although 2020 has been a hard year, seeing people come together and help one another has been a beautiful thing. If you’ve been making charitable contributions, or are considering doing so for the holiday season, you might be happy to know that you can also earn a tax deduction for…

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How to Talk About Money With Your Family
October 15, 2020

Many of us have experienced stress this year, and the economic fallout from the pandemic is at least partly to blame. If money matters are triggering disagreement and disruption with your spouse or other family members, remember that respectful conversation is the key to solving spats. Use these strategies to…

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Where We Stand on a Stimulus Bill
October 8, 2020

Toward the end of September, reports began to circulate indicating that Congress might finally reach an agreement on a second stimulus bill. But with Republicans and Democrats still not in full agreement, here’s what you need to know about the chances of the bill passing soon. What’s the problem? The…

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7 Retirement Goals to Address in Your Fifties
September 20, 2020

Once you enter your fifties, it’s time to get (even more) serious about retirement planning. In your last decade or so of your career, start tackling these seven goals to get yourself on better footing. Pay down debt. You might be earning more money than ever before in your career,…

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Don’t Panic Over IRS Late Notices
September 7, 2020

If you receive a notice from the IRS, notifying you that your payment is late and assessing you with a penalty, don’t panic just yet. This situation is common this year, and in many cases does not actually indicate a problem with your return. When the economy shut down in…

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When Does it Make Sense to Claim Social Security Early?
August 10, 2020

Everyone wants to maximize their retirement income, so you will often hear that you should avoid claiming Social Security until at least your full retirement age. At age 66 or 67 (depending upon your date of birth) you can claim your full scheduled benefits, and if you wait beyond those…

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3 Things to Know About Income Taxes in 2020
August 3, 2020

The pandemic has impacted almost every area of our lives, and income taxes are certainly no exception. Due to the economic realities faced by many Americans at this time, Congress passed the CARES Act this spring and are now considering more legislation. Here’s what we know about income taxes so…

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4 Ways to Lead a Debt-Free Life
July 13, 2020

Retiring without debt, and living free of that burden, is a dream for many of us. So what would it take to make that dream a reality? A conscious budget. Most of us have some basic framework of a budget, but we don’t really designate a certain amount of money…

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Don’t Forget About Tax Day!
July 6, 2020

If you’re like the rest of us, you’re accustomed to the drama of the news cycle lately. You’re hearing one rumor or speculation after another, especially with regard to topics like stimulus checks, economic conditions, and changes to your future income taxes. Since the IRS extended the deadline to file…

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