When planning your retirement there is a lot to consider. Most of the usual questions come to mind such as how much to put into a 401k, where to invest, what kind of investments are the best? But have you considered what state to retire in? The state tax laws surrounding retirement income can be […]
Ed Note: We don’t often think this way, but our relationship status is more than just a detail on our Facebook profile – it’s also an important part of our tax forms. Whether you’re single or married can make an impact on the financial benefits you are entitled to, and being single doesn’t always prove […]
Do you need to hire a financial advisor — or can you handle this money situation yourself? Here’s how to know when you need help.
In the third installment of our Women’s Wealth Building series, we turned to some of our favorite financially fit females and asked: What’s your approach to retirement planning?
Baby Boomers, now is the time to read up on your 3 Rs: Reform, Re-Allocation and Retirement.
With Americans’ confidence in their ability to retire comfortably at historically low levels, it’s more important than ever to plan strategically and diligently for a comfortable future. We looked to Generation X Finance blogger and Chartered Retirement Planning Counselor Jeremy Vohwinkle for advice about saving for retirement with taxes in mind — no matter what the tax landscape may look like down the road.
When you get your tax refund check this year, consider contributing that money to your nest egg and set yourself up for a fabulous financial future.
What to consider when you’re over 60 and thinking about getting married (or remarried).
Editors Note: We’re thrilled to welcome Luke Landes, the founder of the top personal finance blog Consumerism Commentary, to our new select group of contributors here on the new Block Talk blog. Luke, or Flexo as he was known, is an insightful contributor who will bring expertise, style and great content to our new blog. […]