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Ever since the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA), many taxpayers have shown concern about losing tax breaks for charitable contributions. However, with the right plan, taxable entities can still benefit from donations.

Optimize Your Retirement Contributions in 2019

Do you know how to invest for tax savings? Different investment vehicles have different tax benefits. For instance, Health Savings Accounts (HSAs) have a triple tax advantage – they are tax free when you add money to the account, make withdrawals and grow without taxes on interest. This article will teach you about how to…
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Keep The Tax Credit for Charitable Gifts

Ever since the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA), many taxpayers have shown concern about losing tax breaks for charitable contributions. However, with the right plan, taxable entities can still benefit from donations. New law increased the standard deduction to $12,000 for individual filers and $24,000 for married households filing jointly. This increase, plus the…
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Retirement Planning Challenges for Women

Despite the prominence of women in the workforce for the past several decades, there still exist income disparities and modern glass ceilings. According to Brookings Institute: “large gaps remain between men and women in employment rates, the jobs they hold, the wages they earn, and their overall economic security.”1 The U.S. Department of Labor recognizes…
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New Client Guide- The Retirement Instructor

We Want Your Retirement to Be Seamless As president of The Retirement Instructor, I know for a fact that we are doing our best to streamline your retirement. That’s why we have so many complimentary financial softwares and services for your to choose from. This article will help you to understand the available tools at…
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401(K)s Can Augment Your Retirement Plan

Record Highs in 401(K) Contributions Retirement accounts in the U.S. reached record highs by the end of 2018’s third quarter. The average account balance was $106,500 for 401(k) plans, and the number of 401(k) millionaires in the U.S. increased to 187,400, up 41 percent from 2017. This trend may continue, because of an increase in 2019…
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Reducing Investment Risk With ETFs

Exchange-Traded Funds Are a Safer Alternative to Stock Investing As an indexed security, exchange-traded funds (ETFs) are still susceptible to market fluctuations. However, they are a portfolio of investments, which provides greater diversification for the investor than owning an individual stock or bond. The funds are diversified by the ETF’s management and it takes the…
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