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5 Questions Everyone Needs To Be Able To Answer If They're Suddenly On Their Own

When we talk with families, we usually see one spouse who is responsible for the family finances. Even in households where there is a relatively equal distribution of child-raising, chores, and other tasks, it’s very rare for me to see such an equal arrangement with the family finances. More often, I see that one spouse handles ALL of the finances, and the other spouse is pretty aloof.

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Financial Actions You Should Consider Taking BEFORE Year's End (If You're Still Working)

As we come to the end of the calendar year, people love to put together an end-of-year checklist for things that normally get overlooked throughout the rest of the year. Just as importantly, there are some opportunities that simply go away (at least for that calendar year) come December 31. If you’re looking to tidy up your finances going into the new year, here are ten places to start.

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5 Reasons Your Financial Advisor Should Help You With Tax Planning

Small business owners and real estate investors both understand that taxes can be considered a filter on how much wealth you accumulate. Early on, they hire accountants to help them avoid tax mistakes and to ensure their business decisions are tax-savvy ones. This allows them to keep as much money as possible to reinvest in their businesses, which in turn allows them to accumulate wealth. This also assumes that a successful small business owner or real estate expert is expert in their field.

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