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 […]
What is a Solo 401K?
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 […]
Do You Know What Your 401(k) Fees Are?
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 Recap: Getting Back on Track
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 […]