Looking back over advice I've given clients and blogs that I've written for our website, I realize there are a few topics that keep rising to the top. Call me crazy, but I really like educating people on retirement planning...
Are you confused about your choices for paying medical expenses under your employer's benefit plan? Here are differences between two types of commonly offered accounts: a health savings account (HSA) and a health care flexible spending account (FSA).
Reacting badly to bad national economic events can turn a challenging situation into a devastating one. When troubling headline news comes your way, consider these tips before making financial moves.
The IRS announced inflation-adjusted limits for deductible contributions to health savings accounts (HSAs) for 2017. For family coverage, the contribution limit will be $6,750, and for individual coverage, the limit will be $3,400.
Summer can be a time for life changes. Marriage, a school-break, job change or entrepreneurial venture, a move to a new home - all of these major events call for tax planning.
If you have student loans to repay, you may be wondering how that debt will affect your tax return. While repayment of the principal portion of your debt is not tax deductible, you can take an above-the-line deduction for up to $2,500 of interest...
As we enter the back-half of the year, fatigue may creep in. It's been a long, hot summer and you may be tired from all of the home improvement projects, the constant shuffling from one activity to the next, or even unforeseen expenses that threw a wrench into your budget.