When the tax returns are completed for the year, don’t just put them in the file drawer and forget about them. Use the data provided to make some good decisions about 2020 withholding and saving patterns.
This is a good time for you to review a recent paystub from 2020. With tax return results in hand, you can estimate whether you need to adjust your W-4 to change federal withholding, either reducing large refunds or withholding a bit more each pay period to better cover 2020 taxation. Your CPA can assist with this evaluation.
Lastly, refer to your paystub to …Read More
On Monday, March 9, the market celebrates its 11th anniversary of this long bull market with the bull appearing quite tired, coughing and wheezing into that milestone. Yes, believe it or not, we are still in a bull market.
Despite the wild swings in the markets last week, the major indexes managed to close positive on the week for a change. Unfortunately, it was a somewhat hollow victory given that the worries over the Coronavirus have not subsided and an oil price war was started on Friday (read more below).
Volatility in the major indexes continued last week following the …Read More