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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...

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...

2020 Small Business Trends

2020 Small Business Trends

To say that 2020 has brought a lot of challenges is an understatement, but to continue to succeed and even thrive, small businesses have gotten creative and embraced change. Here are five trends that small businesses owners should latch onto in 2020 to stay ahead of...

How To Teach Kids About Money

How To Teach Kids About Money

If you’re committed to teaching your kids about money, there are plenty of ways to help your child learn financial lessons in their day-to-day lives. Teaching important financial lessons early will help your children learn about the importance of saving and managing...

The Importance Of Owning Stocks, Even In Retirement

The Importance Of Owning Stocks, Even In Retirement

A lot of things have drastically changed recently, and the anxiety gripping the markets has caused significant declines. It’s a scary time for any investor, even those that are most concerned with their long-term returns. ​ Conventional wisdom says that long-term...

If You’re A Homeowner, Don’t Make This Retirement Mistake

If You’re A Homeowner, Don’t Make This Retirement Mistake

A lot of homeowners assume that their homes are going to continue to increase in value and that, eventually, this will compensate for a lack of retirement savings. There is a substantial retirement saving crisis in the United States, and a lot of people are banking on...

Saving For Retirement vs Investing In Your Business

Saving For Retirement vs Investing In Your Business

When it comes to saving for retirement, self-employment presents different challenges. Salaried employees should save for retirement no matter what, but those who own a business have to decide what will deliver the biggest financial benefit. Sometimes, saving for...

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