My latest posts

401(k)s for Small Law Firms

Are you a small firm looking to start your own 401(k) system? Here are some tips for starting on and important things to look for.

Buying Out-of-State Rentals

Interested in real estate but worried you don’t have the funds for where you live? Hear from guest blogger Andrew about his decision to invest in out-of-state real estate.

Always Be Ready; Carry an Umbrella

Don’t wait for a financial catastrophe to occur for you to look for umbrella insurance. While it might seem like nonsense, what would you pay for peace of mind?

HSA: Pay for Expenses Now or Later?

To save your HSA money for the future or spend it for medical expenses? Let’s look at two common ways to handle your HSA account and decide which one is the best avenue for you.

Should I Move to Save on Taxes?

I did a couple hypothetical moves and calculated how much tax I would be paying in each place. Some of the results might surprise you.

Refinance Student Loans in 2018 – How to Get The Best Deal

Every year, around this time, I start to get more inquiries from recent grads that are looking for the best place to refinance student loans. These are the overachievers (or the ones most worried about their student loan balance) since many law students are busy studying for the bar during the summer.

How Much Did I Pay? 2018 Tax Report

It’s finally here, my 2018 taxes broken down for you. See how my tax report this year stacks up against the one from last year.

How I Calculate My Savings Rate

Checking your savings rate every so often is a good way to make sure you are still on track with your goals. Here is a step-by-step process to calculate your savings rate.

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