This Week: May 19th, 2018
On this week’s episode Kate and I discussed the opportunities and pitfalls of retailers closing, the Wisconsin child tax credit, clarification on tax-free payments of investment management fees, and spring cleaning for your pile of financial documents.
Some of the websites we mentioned:
That’s all for now. You can send your questions to me at [email protected], and get the podcast version of On Your Money here. Until next time . . .
That's all for now. Send your questions and comments to [email protected], contact me directly at [email protected], or use our online contact form. Until next time...
Spend less, have more!
Previous Journal Entries
We discussed the opportunities and pitfalls of leasing a vehicle, when to take Social Security, saving money for kids, and getting a financial plan when you’re a young couple.
We discussed why borrowing to buy a car may be better than paying cash, how young adults should increase their life insurance, and how to figure out how much money you need to retire (and how much you can spend once you’re retired).
We discussed why living in the cheapest area you can stand may be the best way to go. We also talked about gift taxes, replacing your iPhone battery, and new tax rules for deducting home loan interest.