Tax season is officially over. If you are unfortunate like me, you have to pay taxes to the IRS each year. No matter if it’s a couple hundred or a couple of thousand, it always hurts. While taxes go to programming and infrastructure, it feels better in our pockets. Most of us would love to […]
If you are self-employed, then you might want to establish a Solo 401k. It is a retirement savings option available to people who work for themselves. If you own your own business and your only other “employee” is your spouse, then you still qualify for a Solo 401K. However, if you have your own business […]
High fees on investments can really bring a retirement portfolio down over time. Because the time horizon is so long for many retirement portfolios, the bite that these fees can take really compounds over the years.
September is already almost over. I really feel like this month was gone in an instant! That’s probably because I started the month with a wonderful vacation and haven’t been catering all month long. It’s felt so decadent to have both of my weekend days free! It’s also started to finally cool down a bit here […]