Category: Retirement Plans

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Last Minute Tax Planning Ideas Before Your File for 2018

Have you procrastinated with your tax planning strategies or retirement planning? There are a still a few tricks to help you change your 2018 tax situation. Before you file your 2018 taxes consider a few last minute planning ideas to Level Up your financial planning situation and possibly increase your refund amount.   Retirement Account Contributions Did you know you can actually make retirement account contributions for the prior year? You have until the tax…
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January 23, 2019 0
Should I Do a Roth Conversion

Should I Do a Roth Conversion This Year Strategy Guide

  With the end of the tax year approaching for 2018, you may want to consider whether you should do a Roth conversion this year. A Roth conversion is an underutilized financial planning tool that many individuals and even financial planners overlook. The new tax reform, which effectively lowered the tax burden for many Americans made this strategy even more attractive than in previous years. How do you know if it is the right strategy…
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December 2, 2018 0
Year End Tax Planning Tips

16 Simple Year-End Tax Planning Strategies (2018)

You may have heard that the tax reform that was passed at the end of 2017 will have a dramatic impact on tax filers moving forward. Although most people will be benefiting from lower taxes than in previous years, there are still key strategies that are relevant to review as you prepare for the end of the year. I will layout 16 simple year-end tax planning strategies that range from maximizing your tax efficiency, tax…
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October 29, 2018 0
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My Employer Does Not Offer a 401(k) Strategy Guide

  So your employer either does not provide a 401(k), you are too new, you are an intern or part-time employee. That is okay, you still have options. Just because you do not have access to a 401(k), doesn’t mean you shouldn’t start thinking about long-term goals. If you did have access to a 401(k) it would be a no-brainer to take advantage of the full matching that your employer provides because it is essentially…
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August 12, 2018 0

New Entrepreneur Financial Strategy Guide

Congratulations on your being an entrepreneur! One of the often overlooked aspects of going out on your own is being able to build your strategy from the ground up. Most new ventures have to start with an income of $0 the first day and it becomes a building process of both spreading the word about you, your service, or product and most importantly delivering value. Starting from scratch isn’t all that bad though, as there…
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May 1, 2018 0
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