This week is sure to evoke some kind of emotion.
On Friday, Feb. 12, tax season officially kicks off In the U.S., and it’s followed a short two days later by Valentine’s Day on Sunday, Feb. 14th. Are you ready for both? Now is a great time to start preparing, if you haven’t already.
The way we feel about our financial plan —whether it’s love or not — can affect our habits, wellness, and future. My ultimate aim is to put you on the best path toward achieving your financial goals, and I’d love nothing less than seeing you reach all of them, be it saving for an upcoming wedding, new home, birth of a child, post-secondary education, or a well-deserved retirement.
The articles below talk a little more about love and taxes and how they can affect you. Feel free to share them among your significant others — they make great conversation starters.
With Congress Still Debating Stimulus, Should You Rush To File Your 2020 Tax Return Or Wait?
Feb. 9, 2021
As with most things in tax, the answer to the question posed in this headline is “it depends.”
How to Win at the Stock Market by Being Lazy
Feb. 5, 2021
Many parts of the GameStop story — the wild swings over the past couple of weeks in shares of the video game retailer and a few dozen other out-of-favor stocks — are not exactly new…