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A retirement plan has two major objectives. One is to provide assurance that you will not run out of money at an advanced age.
The IRS started accepting tax returns for the 2018 tax year. Here are three of the most common tax season mistakes you don’t want to make
As women-owned businesses continue to grow, one of the significant obstacles they face is unequal access to funding and venture capital. While most people seek business loans, small business grants provide the capital needed to start or grow a business.
These are the numbers for the tax year 2019 beginning January 1, 2019. They are not the numbers and tables that you’ll use to prepare your 2018 tax
Every year, we look forward to the next year with hope that it will be better. But we all know there are no guarantees. There are no assurances that the good things in our life will continue or improve.
Congress will confront its issues at a time when the federal budget deficit is rising to unsustainable levels, the economy shows signs of slowing, and the 2020 election campaign is beginning to heat up. With that backdrop, tax policy is in for a busy, and uncertain, year.
In 2019, if you cannot buy it twice, that means you cannot afford it. If it’s not in your bank account now, that means you do not need it. Let go of your obsession with credit cards, or you will forever feel like you’re stuck in a financial hole.
These are the numbers that you’ll use to prepare your 2019 tax returns in 2020.