Follow these tax planning tips for 2017 and bring your A game at tax time.

Required Minimum Distributions – The IRS Loves It When You Turn 70

The IRS loves it when you turn 70, but you won’t get a gift or even a card. The Internal Revenue Service can’t wait to get their hands on your hard earned dollars. This might be why the IRS is sometimes referred to as the Infernal Revenue Service. Happy birthday and get ready to pay more taxes thanks […]

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Marriage: Mixing Business With Pleasure

Marriage: Mixing Business with Pleasure

Entering into marriage is a huge life event that inspires not only the bride and groom, but all those involved. Families and friends come together and great memories are born. There is so much involved and it can be quite the whirlwind. When I got engaged, the wedding planning began about two hours after the proposal. […]

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When The Tunnel Is Dark, Keep Moving Forward

Staying Motivated Is Hard

Staying motivated is hard. What do you do when there’s no light at the end of the tunnel? Keep moving forward! There are many similarities between physical fitness and financial planning. We often know where we want to end up, but getting there is the hard part. We know how much weight we want to […]

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Don’t Just Sit There, Do Something!

Last year, I did something way out of my comfort zone. Against my better judgment, I signed up for an endurance event called Tough Mudder. Designed by British Special Forces to test mental as well as physical strength, participants attempt 10-12 mile long military-style obstacle courses. The event I competed in was in Lake Tahoe […]

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