High Deductible Health Plans (HDHP) are becoming more common in the healthcare space these days. Because of this, we have been receiving a lot of questions from clients about how their Health Savings Accounts (HSA) fits into their financial plan. I wanted to go over some of the questions that have been coming up.
A common goal many of our clients have is travel. Sometimes it is the regularity of travel, sometimes it is a dream destination, and sometimes it is to take their family on a big trip to continue fostering relationships. Whatever you dream of, it has been documented how rewarding experiences can be. You can tell how our clients love to travel by the map of accomplished travel
We all care deeply about our family and those close to us. We always want to do the best for them. Protecting one’s identity has become a very important topic recently, especially with the explosion of the internet over the past 25 years. I will be proactive and begin building my five-year-old’s credit when he turns fourteen. This is a common recommendation t
If you haven’t started already, it is time to plan for 2019 and for most people, you can’t just copy what you did in 2018. With the start of a new year come new contribution limits for retirement accounts. These changes are summarized in the table below, of course with a few caveats that are further explained.
2018 was the fourth year of our blog and what a year it was. The number of readers has grown, and we have continued to get positive feedback on the funny pictures and valuable content. We’ve had more topics to cover based on tax law changes and the concerns of our clients. If you missed any of the posts below or need a refresher on the topic, these are THE BEST OF 2018!
Economics entered its modern sense in the nineteenth century, but economic thought certainly started long before that. However, economists almost always started from the assumption that people would do what was in their own best interest. In the last 20 or 30 years, some economists started to question this assumption. From this was born the subject of behavioral economics, als