According to the IRS, 95 percent of individual returns have been filed each year by mid-July. Now the question is, who are those leftover 5 percent? There are two options: 1) The world’s biggest procrastinators, or 2) The ones who are waiting for information from third parties, such as partnerships or other entities, and whoContinue reading>
Moneylogue [mu-nē-log] (n.) blog, writing or speech about money; story in which money contributes largely to the plot, themes, and character development.
Your financial life makes an indelible mark on your personal life. It should tell a story that YOU ARE THRILLED TO LIVE.
This is a guest post by Kathleen Burns Kingsbury, Author, Breaking Money Silence When I was in my twenties, I joked with my mom and dad that raising parents was hard work. I really didn’t know how challenging it would be until years later when they started aging and my mother was diagnosed with Alzheimer’sContinue reading>
I remember my father quoting the law of physics regarding things in motion staying in motion and things at rest staying at rest. Still today, my eyes involuntarily roll at the memory. These reminders of Newton’s law usually came when I was ignoring my list of chores in favor of leisurely pursuits. In other words,Continue reading>
The devastation to life and property is tragic in every sense. It is an eye-opening reminder that we are subject to the whims of nature in a most terrible way. There is very little difference that any level of planning can make given the ferocity of certain storms—it is plainly evident and the cost inContinue reading>
“But all the kids are doing it!” I’d argue as a child when I wanted to do something. Predictably, the parental response was, “If all the kids jumped off the Empire State Building, would you jump, too?” Parents: 1, Kids: 0. Down in flaming defeat. Flash forward to adulthood, and our desire for being partContinue reading>