My November article speculated on what was coming in the new tax bill and how it would affect us. Of course, the final version tilted the whole structure off its foundation rendering that article into garbage right now. And then the IRS kept tinkering with what expenses are and are not allowed in 2017 – almost down to New Year’s Eve, so December was a chaotic month for tax planning, to say the least. Continue reading
Unless your kid was born with a silver spoon in his mouth, he probably doesn’t own a lot of property. But he owns an intangible asset that is very valuable to criminals. What is it?
Asset protection is a serious concern for anyone whose goal is financial independence. Continue reading
Gray Divorce: it’s a recent trend, it’s expensive, and it can totally Continue reading
The Google search term “How much should I save for retirement?” returns over 50 million Continue reading