How To Handle Multiple Old 401(K)S

Posted on: 22 March 2018

Planning for retirement is a process that you engage in throughout your adult working life. If you hold multiple jobs over your lifetime, there is a good chance that you are going to end up with multiple 401(k) for the different jobs that you hold. In order to keep a handle on your retirement, you need to make sure that you keep track of all the money you have invested towards your retirement. [Read More]

3 Reasons A Farmer Should Find Professional Tax Help For Federal And State Returns

Posted on: 18 January 2018

Farming is one of the few jobs where a majority of the work, from welding damaged equipment to marketing your own products at the farmer's market, is handled by the farmer or their family members. Yet turning to outside help can have a major positive influence as your farm as a business, especially when it comes to dealing with the complexities of federal and state taxes. You need to get every deduction you qualify for to make your efforts profitable, and a tax professional is best suited to help. [Read More]

3 Ways NOT To Use A HELOC

Posted on: 25 November 2017

If you're like many people, your house may be one of your biggest investments. When you have built a lot of equity in your home, you may begin to consider applying for a home equity line of credit (HELOC), so you can access some of the funds without selling your home. In some situations, a HELOC is an excellent option, but you need to know what you will be using the money for. [Read More]

How A Trust Management Company Helps Manage Your Financial Affairs

Posted on: 5 October 2017

If you'd like assistance with your estate and freedom from the worry of managing it as you get older, then you should look into trust management. By creating a trust and letting a management company handle it according to your instructions, you'll have fewer worries about the day-to-day management of your finances. There are several ways trust management can help you. Here are a few. Manage Your Finances In Later Life [Read More]