Got kids and an above-average income? That’s great! But if you haven’t done much planning about paying for college, you may unnecessarily inflate your tuition bills, and not even realize it. What’s more, if your children are going to pay their own way,
Saving for college via a 529 account can be a great thing for freedom lovers with kids. But what about when it comes time to pay for college? The timing of your 529 withdrawals can dramatically impact how much you pay for college.
It’s finally open season on the U.S. health insurance exchanges. I’ve been looking forward to it for months! Most people think of U.S. health insurance as horribly expensive, unwieldy, and unjustifiably bureaucratic. And it is! But, there are some tremendous tax advantages built into the system that most folks aren’t even aware of,
I’ve seen them in every company I’ve worked: engineers in their 50s, ready to retire by every possible measurement, but with a kid (or two) in college. They’ve worked for decades in Silicon Valley, and they are, now, officially, old-timers.
Life’s big money decisions have massive impacts on your financial health – decisions about your house, cars, your education, and, of course, your taxes. Good decisions on these big ticket items can lead to years and years of financial freedom.
Think college is too expensive? Perhaps you’re not paying attention. No doubt, the sticker price of college is out of control. But, the people who pay full price must apparently enjoy watching money burn. With a little financial planning,