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How to Manage Tax Diversification Like a Boss

If you want to retire with the most money, look at creating different accounts that will give you access to tax-free money, tax-deferred money and some taxable money. This will allow you to draw from all three types of accounts in retirement, keeping your taxable income low and ensuring you pay minimal taxes on your tax-deferred money.

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Latest posts in Taxes

Charitable Donations For The Win

Many lawyers don’t even realize how many things can be considered charitable donations each year. Don’t miss out an opportunity to cut down your taxes with these tips.

The 529 Hack You’re Not Using

Worried about rising school costs? Check out this 529 loophole to effectively save money on your education.

Getting Married and Taxes

Getting married soon? Congratulations! Now let’s take a look at how this will effect your taxes.

The Roth IRA Conversion Ladder

Worried about accessing your money after you’ve put it away but before you’re ready to retire? Here is one way to circumvent that and put your mind at ease.

Funding a 529 Plan Before Having Kids

As the cost for college continues to skyrocket, don’t wait until your child is thinking about high school to start putting away for their college fund. Here are some reasons why saving in advance will work out to your advantage.

A Tax Delayed Is a Tax Not Paid

Many people can think deferring taxes now only to pay them later could cost you money in the long run. Here are my thoughts on why there are several advsantages to putting them off until a later date.

How Much Did I Pay? 2017 Tax Report

Taxes can take a chunk out of your finances and make it hard to keep growing your account. Take a look at my 2017 taxes and see how I started saving money a year in advance.

Sneaking Around FICA Taxes

What is subjected to FICA taxes and what isn’t? I delve into the matter and see how you can avoid paying these taxes on certain contributions.

Basic Terms You Need To Understand

The world of personal finance can be daunting to jump into. Here are some key terms and phrases that can help you demystify the process.

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