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  • The first Presidential election I can remember was 1972. McGovern vs. Nixon. I was in first grade at Lincoln Elementary School in Aberdeen, South Dakota. The day before the election, my teacher Mrs. Dutt told us we would all vote the next day. That evening I excitedly told my parents I was going to vote []
  • A kid will set you back around $233,000. Is it better to make that financial commitment now or later?
  • You can take Social Security as early as 62 but this could result in a reduction of up to 30% in benefits.
  • Articles and lectures inform us while stories speak to us in a way that these more straightforward sources cannot. It is interesting to see financial planning in pop culture because a narrative can get somepeople to think and take action when a seminar may not. Between July 27 and August 1 of this year the [] ©Bring Clarity to Your Finances™. A Comic Strip Looks at Estate Planning is a post from Bring Clarity to Your Finances™
  • What is tax efficiency? Generally speaking, tax efficiency is being able to pay the lowest amount in taxes. Since most people think of taxes as an annual engagement, it might make sense to think tax efficiency means simply paying as little as possible year over year. (Feed generated with FetchRSS )