Year-end is a special time filled with traditions, old and new, and hopefully space to relax, decompress, and prepare for a wonderful new year. As the final days of the year rapidly approach, it’s important to carve out intentional time to ready your finances for next year. What should go on your year-end to-do list? Here are nine financial elements you won’t want to forget! 1. De-clutter Your … [Read more...] about 9 Must-Do Financial Tasks To Check Off Your Year-End List
The CARES Act was signed into law in late March, providing financial assistance for individuals and businesses in these difficult and uncertain times. You may have heard bits and pieces of it mentioned on the news — stimulus checks (which you may or may not be entitled to depending on your household income) and small business loans that can help keep your business afloat. But if you need help, … [Read more...] about What the CARES Act Means for Individuals and Small Businesses
Taxes are not the most exciting thing in the world, so I thought I’d start with this short video on Cats Doing Taxes from one of my favorite non-profits AccountAbility Minnesota. (BTW: if you search for “funny tax videos” on YouTube, the results stink. Note to CPAs everywhere: please make a funny tax video that I can insert in my blog posts on tax tips). Tax planning is a really … [Read more...] about Tax Tips for Millennials
I am asked a lot of questions about retirement: Where should I save for retirement? Should I use a 401(k) or a Roth IRA? Can I do both? What’s a Roth 401(k)? How do I find out about my company match? I have a 403(b), what’s that? These are all great questions! Today I want to break down all these ways to save for retirement and which ways might be best for you. … [Read more...] about Should I Contribute to a 401(k) or a Roth IRA?