If your employer offers a 401(k) plan, participating can mean the difference between having a sufficient nest egg and worrying about your expenses after you stop working.
Read full post | Posted by on 08.04.16
Weber O'Brien is very pleased to announce the promotion of Barbara Hahn, CPA to Director, Tax Services. Barbara works with entrepreneurial companies specializing in manufacturing and construction.
Barbara graduated from Spring Arbor University with a Bachelor of Arts, Accounting degree. Barbara is a Certified Public Accountant.
Read full post | Posted by on 07.06.16
One benefit of midyear tax planning is that you have a solid foundation for making decisions and enough time to implement them.
When it comes to money and retirement, it differs for each of us when considering what “enough” will look like. For some, a universal definition might be having roughly the same amount of money available per month as they currently do after adding in their social security benefits. Due to many unknowns, experts predict that one cannot completely rely on the availability of social security benefits once reaching retirement age.
The interest rates the IRS charges on underpaid taxes and pays on tax overpayments have gone up for the second quarter of 2016 (April 1 through June 30). Here are the new rates for individuals and corporations.
Two-thirds of workers want to work until age 65 or later, but deteriorating health and mental decline can make this difficult. This is especially true for jobs that involve physical labor, but also for white-collar jobs where fluid cognitive abilities are important.
Read full post | Posted by on 04.20.16
According to a recent survey conducted on behalf of a consumer finance information service, nearly 80% of 18-34 year-olds have concerns about filing income tax returns.