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Building Generational Wealth With Hard Assets : A five-step guide to build a stable source of income and long-term growth

Generational wealth is the idea of building wealth that can last for several generations, allowing you to create a legacy for your family and provide financial security for future generations. One of the most effective ways to build this type of wealth can be through investing in hard assets that hold their value – and…

As Volatility Increases, So Does Retirement Worry: Tips to combat banking failures, inflation, rate hikes and market corrections

Getting ready for retirement involves more than just calculating how much you will need and the rate you can draw down your savings. The years before you retire is a crucial time to prepare both financially and psychologically. Often – and unfortunately – many retirees underestimate their expenses, get bored without a daily grind and…

Every Tax Deadline You Need To Know

Written by Riley Adams, CPA • Reviewed by Miguel Burgos, CPA Updated for Tax Year 2022 • March 2, 2023 03:06 PM The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) declared certain regions in California, Georgia, and Alabama as federally declared disaster areas due to the disaster caused by recent storms and victims of these storms have until October 16, 2023,…

22 Legal Secrets to Reducing Your Taxes: Don’t miss these tax deductions and credits, which can add up to significant savings.

By Maryalene LaPonsie Taxes may be an inevitable part of life, but most people would probably rather not hand over a portion of their earnings to the government. Fortunately, there are a number of completely legal ways to lower the amount you pay the taxman each year. These include credits, deductions and advanced investment strategies. Some…

Don’t Forget These Tax Changes as You Prepare Your 2022 Returns: For starters, the filing deadline isn’t April 15 this year

By Tom Herman Tax Day is about two months away, and there are some changes taxpayers need to be aware of—ranging from this year’s filing deadline to tax breaks that have expired or shrunk. As a result of numerous changes, many people may be surprised by getting smaller refunds for 2022. Others who had been expecting…

February is a Great Time to File Your Taxes: Tax tips to make sure your money is working for you, not Uncle Sam

When should you file your income tax? Generally speaking, the earlier, the better, after January 1st if you expect to get a refund. If you file by the end of February, you should receive your check within six weeks. But, if you delay and file in April when the Internal Revenue Service is inundated by…