As an entrepreneur who is also working a 9 to 5, I am constantly thinking about what I would need to become a full-time entrepreneur with health benefits. One advantage I have is that my husband also works, and he has access to his employer’s health care plan. So if I left my job tomorrow, […]
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It’s quite likely that you’ve heard about the legalization of recreational or medical marijuana. At least 30 U.S. states have legitimized recreational or medical marijuana use despite very nebulous federal legislature and enforcement. Just last week, Canada legalized the use of the popular plant, possibly spreading the word of marijuana’s health benefits and economy boosting […]
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Are you making the most of the benefits your employer is giving you? There is more to benefits than health insurance and you could be leaving money on the table. Check out these tips on getting the most out of your benefits.
When it comes to wealth creation in America, there is one term you need to know—The Accredited Investor. If you don’t know what an accredited investor is or whether you meet the requirements to qualify as one, read our breakdown. It’s important to understand the basics of being accredited as you progress in your wealth […]
Homeownership is a major part of the American Dream. For many families, their home’s value is their wealth or makes up the majority of their net worth. June is National Homeownership Month and made me reflect on my own home buying experience and how I used home renovations to personally increase my family’s net worth […]
Nearly half of all Americans have nothing saved for retirement, and the U.S. government knows it. In fact, the Social Security Administration recently added and bolded the statement below on the front page of your social security statement to ensure you’ve been warned. “Social Security benefits are not intended to be your only source of […]
This year marked the 10th year of my government career. It was also the first time I was told my position was non-essential. So when the government shutdown due to lack of funding on Jan. 20, I was told not to report to work until Congress signed a budget. When the government is under furlough […]
Real estate is the investment of choice for many because it is one of the few asset classes that enjoy favorable tax treatment. Reducing your taxes is an important part of building your net worth, and a Section 1031 exchange is one of many great real estate tax strategies to do just that. If done […]
When my husband and I filed our 2016 taxes, we realized we owed almost $20,000 in federal taxes instead of getting a tax refund. I was shocked. I thought I was paying the right amount all year only to learn I was underpaying while my husband was paying just enough. This expensive lesson taught us […]