Tag: Taxes


  • Guide to Managing Finances for Deploying Service Members

    Life in the military offers some distinct experiences compared to civilian life, and that includes your budget and finances. The pre-deployment process can feel overwhelming, especially when you’re organizing your money and bills.  It’s important you provide your family with…

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  • Spouse Has Bad Credit? How It Affects You.

    Spouse Has Bad Credit? How It Affects You It wasn’t until a few months after my husband and I got married that I decided to check both our credit scores. While my husband’s credit score wasn’t horrible, it certainly didn’t…

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  • Accredited Asset Management Specialist (AAMS)

    New financial advisors need something to help them stand out. Consequently, the AAMS does just that. Designed for newcomers to the financial advice business, the AAMS trains advisors to identify investment opportunities as well as help clients with other financial … Continue reading →

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  • Amex announces changes to Amex Gold benefits, brings back Rose Gold design

    American Express now offers a free year of Eats Pass membership on The Platinum Card® from American Express, the American Express® Gold Card and the American Express® Green Card. Plus, Amex Gold cardholders are getting a new Uber Cash annual credit and the Rose Gold design option.

  • Buying A Second Home? 8 Things To Consider

    Buying a second home is a major expense. You might have several reasons for wanting to buy a second house. Perhaps, you’re buying a second home for vacations or weekend getaways. Or, it might be that you want to use it as a rental property for rental income. However, there are things to consider before …

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  • How to Buy a Second Home that Pays for Itself

    Recent data from the U.S. Census Bureau shows that home sales were up more than 17% in June 2020 from the month before, and up more than 13% compared to the year prior. Those who have the means to buy a second home are wise to take on mortgage debt (or reorganize their current debt) […]

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  • Who Can and Cannot Witness a Will?

    A will is an important part of your financial plan. When you create a will and testament, you’re creating a legal document that determines how your assets will be distributed once you pass away. You can also use a will … Continue reading →

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  • Here Are the Taxes You Pay on /r/WallStreetBets Investment Gains

    Much of America — and other parts of the world — was caught up in the excitement of the investment success of the /r/WallStreetBets Reddit forum in late January, in which a bunch of small-scale investors identified a weak spot in the stock market and successfully exploited it, creating a bunch of individual rags-to-riches stories. […]

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