Wealth is a Choice Having coached literally thousands of people, one of the most important things I’ve learned is that each of us are where we are in life, because of the choices we’ve made and failed to make. Hence the title of my topic, Wealth is a Choice. To some degree, most people are […]
I Hate Taxes — So Why Do I Care About AGI? How to Make Thousands of Dollars by Managing Adjusted Gross Income
Hate is a strong word. I didn’t let my children use the word as they grew up. But I hate taxes. OK, I don’t exactly hate taxes. I don’t like them much, but they have their place in [...]
I haven’t filed my taxes in 8-10 years. I want to get this cleared up but I’m afraid I’ll be in deep sh#! with the IRS.
Question: I recently lost my job at a credit union. I haven’t filed in 8-10 year because as each year goes by I got more afraid to file thinking that the penalties wouldn’t be worth [...]
How do people typically strike the right balance when it comes to saving for a house vs. saving for retirement?
Question: I am 24 and I would like to invest as much of my income as possible, but I would also like to have funds available to invest in a house sometime in the next 5 years. Regardless of [...]
Question: Title says it all pretty much. The total collections amount to just under $2000. I just checked credit karma and saw it on there. He admits to doing it and says he is going to pay it [...]