Medicare is an important tool for financial planning during your retirement. It can seem very complex at times.
There is already enough to think about when it comes to moving, whether it is down the street, across state lines or even to another country. Make sure to...
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Did you know that your IRA beneficiary supersedes your will? No matter how carefully you’ve crafted your last intentions in your will, an IRA beneficiary that was never updated after your divorce and remarriage can unwittingly bestow your former spouse with your IRA inheritance, while also disinheriting your new spouse and children. That’s why it’s important to update your beneficiaries after major life changes such as marriage, divorce, births, illness, domestic issues and deaths.
Congratulations! You have four years of tuition, room and board stashed away in your 529 plan and your child hasn’t even graduated from high school yet. Now you can breathe easily, right? Well … maybe, maybe not.
When thinking about our own personal assets we have many choices. We can hold on to them (having our cake), swap them out (trading for a different cake), or sell them and buy a consumable asset (eating the cake).
What a relief it is as individual taxpayers to get our pesky income tax return filed on July 15 (or sometime thereafter, on extension) and have the IRS leave us alone for another year, right? Well – maybe, depending on your income and income tax withholding on said income.
I proudly served in the U.S. Army from 1991-1992 as a medic. You can read a story about my experience there at ThinkAdvisor (I’m #21). My time serving makes me appreciate being a U.S. citizen. So, while some of our typical holiday festivities might look a bit different this year for safety precautions, I hope
Everyone at Parsec works diligently to prepare you financially for retirement by guiding you to financial security. This is our mission, and our success can only be measured in seeing you achieve that security. Most importantly, you have walked with us each step of the way as we explained and implemented the financial concepts needed
The last years of high school are an exciting, stressful and scary time for students, from academic pressure to social and behavioral issues. They are adults in many ways, but still little kids in other ways. Having never parented a child through this stage before, my wife and I learned a lot in the process.
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