Jointly or Separately: How Should Married Same-Sex Couples File Taxes?
With tax filing just around the corner, many new same-sex couples are asking whether or not they should take advantage of simplified joint filing or file separately, as they did before marriage. While it may seem easier, filing jointly could actually result in higher taxes! It’s best to examine your circumstances and then consult a […]Continue reading ›
The Potential Impact of Millennials on Your Investment Strategy
The transfer of wealth from Baby Boomers to Millennials has already begun. According to Boston College’s Center on Wealth and Philanthropy, it is estimated that $58.1 trillion will be exchanging hands between 2007 and 2061. With that transfer, attitudes toward investing and wealth management could change considerably. To help keep your own investment strategy in […]Continue reading ›
I Do, or I Don’t: The Financial Impact of Marriage for Same-Sex Couples
I Do, or I Don’t: The Financial Impact of Marriage for Same-Sex Couples While the LGBT community has been fighting for marriage equality, marriage doesn’t necessarily help when it comes to a same-sex couple’s financial situation. Married couples may end up losing tax credits or find themselves in a higher tax bracket, making them subject […]Continue reading ›
Should You Buy a Home in 2017?
There’s a good chance that 2017 will be a year of major changes – especially with a new president in the White House. Experts are predicting that those changes may impact the housing market, especially since interest rates are already starting to rise. With so much uncertainty, many people are wondering if they should invest […]Continue reading ›