Hooray for you! You are ready to buy a home. Whether it is your first home or you are a seasoned buyer, this will be one of the biggest purchases you ever make in your life. Unfortunately the journey to home ownership is full of obstacles and pitfalls. Learn how to avoid common ones and get the most bang for your buck.
So it’s crunch time and April 15th is fast approaching. If you haven’t finished your tax preparation, it might be tempting to approximate it all and hope for the best. However that isn’t prudent and you may want to consider filing a tax extension instead. Learn when you should and the number one rule about extensions.
Many people know about mutual funds but are wondering about Exchange Traded Funds or ETFs. Learn more about what an ETF is, how are they different and if you should consider adding them to a portfolio.
It may happen after the kids graduate from college or maybe when you decide to take social security payments, but at some point in your life you start to reflect on the assets you have and how they will be distributed to family members. Here's how to approach estate planning for your family.
7 key strategies to reduce the impact of the Net Investment Income Tax for 2014.
You've made that leap and you are ready to work with a financial advisor. You have your checklist of what to ask, but how do you know if they are qualified for what you want? Here we explain all the various designations that you will encounter in the financial services field to help you pick which one is best for your financial future.
Do you shudder at the thought of gathering all your tax records? Here are 7 things you can do now to get a head start on doing your taxes.
You are engaged! Congratulations! There is so much to do before the big day, and of course, you want to make it special. It is easy during this time to look the other way when you think about the costs involved and the difficult decisions about who is going to Read more…