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Withholding Changes

The new tax law made it hard to know how much to withhold from your paycheck every few weeks.  As a result, many people withheld less than they might otherwise have, and either received a smaller rebate than expected or had to pay additional taxes in April.

How Much Risk Is In Your 401(k)?

By Harlan Storey​

Tariffs and Market Movements

Anybody who reads the headlines knows by now that the markets plunged yesterday.  The S&P 500 fell 2.98%, and is down 5.83% over the past five days;

How To Maximize Your Health Savings Account (HSA)

By Harlan Storey​

Retirement Tweaks

While partisan politics rages everywhere in sight, the U.S.

Win, Lose or Tie

The trade war between the U.S. and China seems to be escalating lately—but is there any way of telling who’s winning?  A recent article on bloomberg.com provides a scorecard of sorts, and the news isn’t good for either side.

How Self-Employed Professionals Can Save Big Tax Dollars

By Harlan Storey​

Is there anything better than being your own boss? You make your own hours, take vacation when you want, and choose whether to wear pants to work. Sounds like a dream, right?

Ask any self-employed professional to name a downside to working for themselves, and they’ll probably mention taxes.

Shifting Economic Balance

Ever wonder how the balance of the world’s economies have changed over the last 120 years?  Here’s a really interesting snapshot (see graphic), which shows the size of many countries’ stock markets at the beginning of the 1900s (as a percentage of the total), and as of the start of this year.  Notice the enormous growth of the U.S., from 15% of the total to more than

$1 Million Isn’t What It Used To Be

By Harlan Storey​

The Investment Returns of Homes vs. Stocks

Your home is your best investment, right?

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