IRS Letters Due to the 2020 Recovery Rebate Credit

Recently the Internal Revenue Service has been sending out a lot of CP11 notices regarding the 2020 Recovery Rebate Credit being reported incorrectly on 2020 tax returns.  If you find yourself receiving one of these letters from the IRS stating…

Are You Prepared Financially for a Divorce?

Divorce is one of life’s most challenging transitions. If you are recently divorced, currently going through a divorce or considering one, are you prepared financially? Unfortunately, divorce can bring many unpleasant financial surprises, particularly for women.  Here are some items…

Tips for Avoiding a Post-COVID Spending Boom

Remember how a year ago we could barely eat at restaurants, and there was hardly any traveling going on?  Many individuals and households spent a lot less in the lockdown months of 2020-2021 than they usually do, which resulted in…

Getting Started With a 529

May 29th is National College Savings Day. However, plenty of Americans don’t know about 529 plans or may not fully understand their benefits. As a college savings vehicle that is available to anyone, regardless of income levels, 529 plans should…

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