We’re knee-deep in tax forms and legal documentation this week (with a nice little dash of healthcare forms thrown in, new for this year). Our families miss us (though apparently, according to the commercial last night, all will be forgiven … Continued
This first full week of the year is often cited as one of the most difficult and depressing weeks of the year. Far from shiny newness, experts say that with all of the let-down after the holidays, coming back to work, or leaving behind family, can bring a heightened sense of loss. This, combined with the fact that we’re staring … Read More
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Happy New Year, folks! Now that we’re in 2015, the tax planning door has been closed and it’s time to start gathering your documents (well, you can still reduce your tax bill by opening an IRA or contribute to an existing one by April 15th). However, the best thing you can do now to help your 2014 tax bill is … Read More
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December is officially with us. It’s cold. And time is running out. By that I mean that we are ONE MONTH away from year-end. That’s one month away from doing anything positive to affect your tax burden (with the exception of IRA contributions and a few other various back-dating strategies that are allowed). So here’s a quick and dirty tax … Read More
Well, we’re getting ready to see what Congress is going to do in the final session before the new members are sworn in (called the “lame duck” session). And while I was exercising recently, I was thinking: Isn’t it interesting how decisions made by a few hundred men and women in a distant building actually *can* impact our life so … Read More
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