It may sound cliche, but there’s a reason why people often refer to accounting as the language of business – it is. We’d like to extend that definition and argue that, at the individual level, accounting represents the language of financial independence. In the following, we’ll outline what financial independence means and the central role […]
Fortune favors the bold, and there are more than a few ways savvy investors can organize their finances to produce passive income right now.
Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin announced that the IRS would be extending the filing deadline until July 15th, the same day as the payment deadline.
Even though we’re 2 months into 2020, don’t think it’s too late to lighten your tax burden for 2019.
2019 was a somewhat tumultuous year for both the housing and financial markets. Looking back, it was easy to see how the market sentiment would be somewhat uneasy. Global trade disputes, a domestic economy continuing a record-setting bull run, and political turmoil are all combining to give the average person mixed signals. Is now the […]
Let’s talk about where the negative interest rate idea came from, current applications around the world, and whether it is realistic to think they can be used here in the states.