Are You A Twenty-Something? Proactive Information About Retirement Savings That You Need Now

Posted on: 28 March 2019

If you are in your 20s, you are likely completing your education, beginning a career, or starting a family, or maybe doing all three simultaneously. What you may not be doing is planning for the decades far in the future when you will be retired and no longer earning a regular salary.  Many young adults who are busy with the day-to-day responsibilities of life fall into the trap of thinking they have plenty of time to build up a retirement nest egg.
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Five Things You Should Know About Bail When You Are Arrested

Posted on: 10 January 2019

When you are placed under arrest, you will be taken to the local police station and booked. This process will include documenting who you are, where you live, taking your photo and fingerprints. At this point, you will either be able to post bail or wait to see a judge who will determine your bail amount. The amount of money that is set for your bail is the court's way of making sure you show up for your court hearing.
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Four Reasons You Should Hire a Portfolio Manager for Your Investments

Posted on: 1 November 2018

The stock market is no place for amateurs. Many people were recently reminded of that fact when NASDAQ reported the biggest October loss in a decade. Even market mainstays, such as Google, saw losses. While it may not have been a complete crash, the volatility was unnerving, especially for those who are beginners playing with no-fee apps for beginners. While putting your money with an investment firm is no guarantee, it is the wiser choice for most people who aren't in the financial industry.
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Self-Employment Tax Tips

Posted on: 18 August 2018

If you're self-employed or earning some type of income working for yourself, you need to be sure you are claiming that income. If it's over $400 for the year, it has to be claimed on your taxes. Failing to do so can result in tax fines, fees, and other added expenses added to what you owe. It could also mean jail time if you fail to pay or make any type of payment arrangement with the IRS.
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