For many families, this is an important question. Unfortunately, most dual income couples feel that both of them have to work in order to meet their expenses and maintain their lifestyle. If you evaluate your situation financially–factoring in the cost of working and the amount of taxes that you pay while both of you are working–you may find that you have a choice. One of you may be able to stay at home without seriously affecting your cash flow. This evaluation will at least enable you to make a more informed decision. Continue reading
Monthly Archives: August 2017
What To Know If You Are An Executor Of An Estate
When people pass away, they usually leave behind money and other things of value (assets). In addition, they may have auto loans, mortgages, and other outstanding debts (liabilities). Together, the assets and liabilities left by a decedent are known as the estate. Settling an estate means that someone follows the legal and administrative procedures set up to pay the liabilities of the estate and distribute the remaining assets to the rightful beneficiaries. Continue reading
Who Is Watching Your 401(k)?
It is popularly accepted that 401(k) plans are and will continue to be the most important savings vehicle for most Americans. However, they may also be the most neglected and misunderstood investment that people hold. Continue reading