Social Security taxation often feels confusing and complicated. Fortunately there are steps you can take to both learn how much of your benefit is taxable and strategize how to keep the tax bill down.
From company furloughs, layoffs, company buyout offers, and outright job loss, the financial fallout from the impacts of the coronavirus is widespread and can quickly change a person’s economic outlook. Those over the age of 62 may have an income lifeline with Social Security benefits; should you take it?
These ridiculously low rates should have you wondering, is it time to refinance your mortgage? Here are a few things to consider when looking at your options.
With the combination of the lower 2020 tax liability, the possibility of future income tax increase, as well as potentially lower portfolio values, current circumstances created a game-changing environment for Roth conversions.
Arguably, the most boring investment is also the most important. Here's why:
The CARES act, signed in March, is designed to provide relief to people due to the effects of Coronavirus. One provision in the CARES Act changed Required Minimum Distribution options for 2020. We re-post this blog from March of this year with updated guidance from the IRS.
Are you blindly following these 3 retirement rules of thumb?
Over the last several weeks, many have gone from having the fear of the financial impacts and bear market to the fear that investors are missing out on once in a lifetime investment opportunity. Never during my 20+ year career have I seen a better example of both concerns within such a short time.