If you are looking at a mountain of paperwork, you might be tempted to toss it in the trash, but doing so could cause problems down the road. Schedule some time to look at each document and sort them out.
Having too much without having too little cash on hand at the end of the year is a great balancing act. As the year draws to a close, take the necessary time to plan so you can relax and celebrate the holidays with confidence.
As a retiree, you’ve done well for yourself and your accumulated funds are a testament to your hard work. Proper and strategic end of year tax planning will allow you to further make the most of what you have.
The right data in the wrong hands can cause a great deal of damage to your reputation and your bottom line. The best way to protect yourself from a data breach is to be aware, pay attention, and take action quickly.
Cognitive scientists have found that when we encounter change, the emotional part of our brain takes over. How we feel can influence our decisions about money, often overriding logical behavior and possibly leading us to make poor choices.