If you are married and your joint taxable income is between $170,000 and $320,000 you are in the 24% tax
Times have been good the past few years. There have been a few short setbacks in the stock market, but
One of the most vexing problems for people who want to retire early is what to do about health insurance.
Little known fact for those over age 55: In the year you turn 55, you can start contributing an extra
I have heard a lot of advice for young FIRE seekers to contribute to their 401k even if they are
It isn’t as easy as you think. Thanks to an arcane rule in the Internal Revenue Code, you cannot deduct
Great article on the SECURE act, written by Nick Prigitano, CFP of Milestone Financial Planning, LLC! Will comment more when