Author: Tom Fleishel

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Social Security Taxes and Benefits: Changes for 2021

Social Security Taxes and Benefits: Changes for 2021

Recently, the Social Security Administration announced changes in the taxable wage base and benefits for retirees. What does this mean for you? Let’s take a closer look.   Wage Base The maximum amount of earnings subject to Social Security tax rose significantly,...

How to Teach Your Grandkids About Money

How to Teach Your Grandkids About Money

Some conversations should be left up to parents, but grandparents should feel comfortable having basic talks about money with their grandchildren. Teaching young children about debt, investing, saving, and establishing good financial habits is something everyone in...

Six Quick and Easy Ways Small Businesses Can Save Time

Six Quick and Easy Ways Small Businesses Can Save Time

When you own a small business, there usually aren’t enough hours in the day to get everything done. Small business owners wear so many hats, anything that can save a bit of time is welcome. Here are six simple things you can do to give yourself a little more time to...

Covid-19 and the Effects on Women in the Workplace

Covid-19 and the Effects on Women in the Workplace

After decades of fighting for equal pay and opportunities, women’s careers are being drastically affected by COVID-19. Across the board, women and minorities are being disproportionately affected by the pandemic for many reasons. They hold jobs that are less likely to...

What Are Your Options for Student Loans?

What Are Your Options for Student Loans?

A college education is expensive. It’s very rare for someone to graduate without amassing significant debt. According to the College Board, seven out of 10 college graduates have loans, owing an average of $28,000 in 2012. Families spend about $19,000 a year on...

Fixing a Common Mistake when Saving for Retirement

Fixing a Common Mistake when Saving for Retirement

Those who reach retirement age but are short on savings have to rethink the plans they had for their golden years. According to a recent survey, more than half of Baby Boomers admitted that they may have to look for another job in retirement to have enough money to...

When And How Much Should You Save For Retirement?

Not only are most Americans unprepared for retirement, but they also don’t know how much they should save and what goals they should hit throughout their lives.  ​There are multiple estimates, online calculators, and rules of thumb to follow. Some people say you need...

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