The Problem With Social Security

The Problem With Social Security

Trust Math, Not Magic The best financial strategy is one that makes just as much sense as it does money. The closer you get to your goals, the more you should feel confident and secure. You don’t need to understand every piece of financial minutia, but you do...
The Dangers of “The Government Plan”

The Dangers of “The Government Plan”

If you haven’t realized that tax will always increase, let this serve as a wake-up call to that reality. It has been quite clear least for the past 20 years that the day of reckoning is upon us, which is purely based on arithmetic and not a prediction. A huge...
Save Now or Forever Lose Your Interest

Save Now or Forever Lose Your Interest

It sounds harsh when you read articles that tell you to save now or you’re bound to lose out on some arbitrary but massive amount of money. The reality is, putting off a savings plan for any amount of time is harsh. So, why do so many people choose not to save...
Four Major Red Flags That Can Trigger an IRS Audit

Four Major Red Flags That Can Trigger an IRS Audit

The chance of the IRS auditing your returns is slim. A recent Treasury Department Report shows that IRS only audited 0.45% of individual returns in the 2019 fiscal year. Almost half of these returns are for filers that claimed the Earned Income Tax Credit. According...
4 Daily Money Mistakes Drowning Your Finances

4 Daily Money Mistakes Drowning Your Finances

Habitual money mistakes that may seem trivial right now can blow up your finances down the line. Among other daily mistakes like impulse buying, here are three of the most common money mistakes people make. Leaving no room for comfort spending While saving money is a...