These are the ten pillars laid out in Trump’s 100-day plan. The main legislations that could have financial implications are: Middle Class Tax Relief and Simplification Act, Repeal and Replace Obamacare Act, Affordable Childcare and Eldercare Act, School Choice and Education Opportunity Act. Find out how they’ll affect you.
Americans cannot know for certain what lies ahead but GuideVine will cover some of the highlights of the plan from interest rates, estate taxes, potential tax cuts and how these could potentially impact you, your family and financial decisions moving forward. Speaking with a financial advisor or tax accountant can address your worries and give you a clearer picture of where your investments are headed.
GuideVine's Summer Scoop returns for 2016! From June 1st through August 31st, watch short daily videos from financial experts answering common financial questions. By the end of the summer, you'll be a lot more confident and knowledgeable about personal finance.
Understanding the cyclical nature of the market and your risk tolerance are key when putting together an investment strategy that can weather market turbulence. Incorporating core principles like an emergency fund and understanding tax planning will help create a solid plan for the future.
We've reviewed the top 5 tax software programs for 2016. They may not save more money on your tax returns but they do offer a way to lower your tax preparation costs. Pricing and options range from free to more expensive. Depending on your experience and comfort level for filing your own tax return, customer support and other features also differ by the price of the tax software you may choose.
Getting a nice refund at tax time can be a great feeling and help fund that vacation you’ve been planning. But is giving the government a no interest the loan the right approach? Consulting a tax professional on your withholding strategy one of many things you can do to plan a better approach to taxes.
New Year's has past. Everybody is busy working on their 2016 resolutions (right?). While a casual approach to the gym or staying in touch may work, its best not to improvise your financial resolutions. We look at five reasons why this is the year to get professional financial advice, to help you achieve your money goals while gaining peace of mind.
Your 50s are a critical decade for your finances and retirement planning. What you do, or don’t do here, can set you up for your 60s, 70s, 80s and beyond. With some smart money moves now, even if you have to work in retirement, you won’t feel like you will be working forever.
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.
It’s easy to stick your head in the sand when it comes to personal finance, even when you know you shouldn’t. So our author challenged herself to come up with 36 questions that could help her get more comfortable with her personal finances or, dare we say it, actually fall in love with them.
7 key strategies to reduce the impact of the Net Investment Income Tax for 2014.
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.