Get A Jump On 2017 Taxes Now

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 who… Continue reading>

Isaac Newton’s Guide To Financial Success

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 Dow Jones Hit 20,000. Now What?

The Dow Jones Industrial Average hit 20,000. The aftermath was a barrage of media stories—some encouraging, others less optimistic. The positive stories prompted investors to buy more equities in expectation of more future gain; the cynics foretold the forthcoming correction with a warning: Get out of stocks. The one common theme all the articles share… Continue reading>

7 Decisions That Can Lead You to Financial Misery

“Fake” news: One of the most controversial and trending topics to discuss today. Who is trolling whom— and what is the real agenda behind all those stories that you see on social media? When it comes to making money decisions, you need to decide what advice is real or fake—or be able to see the… Continue reading>

The 5 Most Important Money Hacks to Start 2017 Right

“Cheers to a new year and another chance for us to get it right.” –Oprah Winfrey Emily and Bob sat in the meeting room with a look of utter desperation. “Here we are again—the bills from the holidays are drowning us and our plans to get a proper hold on our finances! What can we… Continue reading>