How Do You Raise Financially Competent Children? Part IIAugust 13th 2013
Just because your children graduate college and are adults doesn't mean they've learned how to handle their own finances. Don't assume that they just know what to do when it comes to paying bills for the first time and creating budgets.
How Do You Raise Financially Competent Children? Part IJuly 5th 2013
Wealth can easily distort a child's view of money and possessions. A lack of parental guidance and appropriate education on money management can leave a child unprepared for living as an independent, productive and responsible adult.
Your Tax Changes from the Fiscal Cliff DealJanuary 22nd 2013
There was far more involved in the fiscal cliff deal than just increased income taxes for people making more than $400,000. Here are the key provisions of this law, including capital gains taxes, charitable distributions and education incentives.
The Possible Implications of the Fiscal CliffNovember 7th 2012
Now that President Obama has been re-elected he has to face the upcoming fiscal cliff, which could possibly push the country into another recession. Here are tax changes to watch as the year comes to an end, as well as what the president plans to do.
Riding the Investment Roller CoasterOctober 26th 2011
The recent volatility of the market has investors split on what they should do with their money. The markets have too much risk, but other options might not have enough. Having a solid financial plan can help you determine the balance between the two.
Retirement Plan for Doctors: Solo 401(k)sAugust 30th 2011
These days, the menu of qualified retirement plans is vast, and it may be difficult to understand which plan makes the most sense for your unique set of circumstances. For doctors and other solo practitioners, the solo 401(k), also known as the individual 401(k), may be an appropriate option.