Monthly Archives: January 2019

Commonly Overlooked Deductions That Could Lower Your Taxes

In the coming weeks, you will likely start pulling together everything you need to file your 2018 tax return. As you do, you may be looking for some deductions that can help lower your overall tax bill. Here are a few of the most valuable, and also most overlooked, tax deductions. Keep in mind that […]

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How Tax Reform Now Affects Divorce Settlements

More than a year after it was signed into law, some provisions of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act are still starting to come to light. For example, the legislation made significant changes to the taxation of alimony payments starting this year that some experts say could have a major impact on divorce in this […]

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The Emotional Side of Retirement Planning

After years of hard work and diligent financial planning, you’re finally ready for retirement. But before you start dreaming about endless days of golf or gardening, you should evaluate if you’re emotionally prepared for this new stage of your life. Beyond Financial Planning The financial aspects of retirement planning are crucial, of course. However, don’t […]

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2019 Economic Outlook: Are We Headed Toward a Recession?

As we head into 2019, some economists are starting to speculate that the long-running U.S. economic expansion might be nearing an end — and a recession could be looming sooner rather than later. The U.S. economy has been growing steadily since the summer of 2009, making it the second-longest expansion on record. If growth continues […]

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7 Financial New Year’s Resolutions to Make — Right Now

Lots of people make New Year’s resolutions at this time of the year. According to a survey conducted by Fidelity Investments, almost one-third of Americans plan to make financial resolutions for 2019. The most common New Year’s resolutions cited by the survey respondents were saving more money (48 percent), paying down debt (29 percent) and […]

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