Do you ever find yourself justifying your spending? Using reasons like: it’s on sale, or I deserve to treat myself to a lavish vacation or I don’t make enough money to save. Excuses like this could really be derailing your financial success, maybe it’s time for a financial intervention.
The difference between being successful and less than successful with your investments many times comes down to understanding a handful of investment principles that have stood the test of time. Following these few simple rules can increase your chances of becoming a successful investor.
Before December 31 arrives, there is still time to take advantage of a few tax saving strategies! Check out 5 tax tips below.
Putting off important financial decisions can have a major impact not only on your retirement but also on your financial well-being as you move towards retirement. Having a strong foundation built by the time you are 40 can produce so many benefits not just in retirement but in the years leading up to retirement.
If you’re an employer looking for a manageable way to offer your employees health care benefits while keeping costs under control, you may want to consider health savings accounts.
As a small business owner, the idea of tax planning may seem overwhelming and can sometimes even get ignored. But if you’re able to put into practice some good tax planning habits and even meet with a tax advisor quarterly, you’ll find that you can take advantage of provisions, credits, and deductions that may considerably reduce your taxes. Below are just a few items to think about as we near the close of 2015.
There may be less than 3 months remaining in 2015 and yet there is still time to make important financial moves that help improve your situation now and make the start of 2016 better too. Don’t wait until the last minute because these moves might have a major impact if you make them soon.
Almost every person will make poor financial decisions during their lifetime. The key to success though is avoiding the money mistakes that are difficult to overcome. Andy Mattingly from FORUM Credit Union is here to highlight the poor decisions that can lead to financial disaster.