One less known benefit of being a Public or Nonprofit employee is that they can save much more of their income on a tax-advantaged basis than those in private industry. If through a combination of higher earnings and frugality you can live on far less than you earn, check out these retirement plans.
This column is another in a series on good financial habits within your control, as opposed to annual stock market returns, which are not. Last time we got to work on your estate plan, while today we’ll uncover in under an hour how much you spent and saved last year.
Savers can now earn a modest return. But you still have to work at it. If you’re banking with one of the massive banks, you’re settling for less than you deserve.
While giving is primarily inspired by our desire to help others, getting a tax break in April is frosting on the cake.
Most of us would love to have a high income. After all, extra money to spend on vacations, to afford housing in Boulder County, on activities for the kids, and to achieve financial independence doesn’t seem to be a bad thing. But high earners face more barriers to reaching their financial goals than the rest of us. Whether your income is in the upper echelon now or that is your aspiration. take care to avoid these pitfalls.
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