Tax Day Is Approaching!

Procrastinators, rejoice! Tax Day, a date that many people know about, but only procrastinators truly worry about, was moved and we had months of extra time!  Now, I know most people are on top of their tax return filing and submit them well in advance of the deadline. Especially those who are owed a refund – cha-ching, am I right! Some people will put it off to the bitter end though. We just can’t help but procrastinate sometimes. Take this blog for example, I’ve been putting it off for days because I just could not get motivated to start until I was about to hit the deadline.

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Posted 7/1/2020

529 Plans for Education Expenses

Empty College Classroom

It’s a very weird time to be blogging. Everything I’d write about seems irrelevant but, at the same time, we have so much time to read, and we need some content. And, since schools are dealing with the craziness of closed classrooms, I figured I’d compound the oddities and discuss education savings. This works similar to a double negative, right? Irrelevant plus irrelevant equals relevant. After all, you want to make sure your kids (or grandkids) are financially set up to attend the best Zoom classes available. There are a few ways that you can choose to save for college, but I’m going to focus on one of the most common and one that is specifically used for education, the 529.

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Posted 5/7/2020

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