US stocks have outperformed international stocks handily over the past 12 years. Is it wise to continue to diversify your investments with international markets, or is that an outdated approach to investing? We'll discuss that and more in this episode of Wise Money.
Season 7 Episode 9
Lots of tax law changes have been proposed, and while that uncertainty looms, making wise tax decisions now is even more important. However, there is no time in life where critical tax planning is more vital than when nearing retirement. What are the top tax moves to make as you near retirement? Our answers and more in this episode of The Wise Money Show.
Season 7 Episode 8
An often misunderstood tax rule is also one that is extremely important and relevant to the average person: the tax exemption for selling your house. Is the entire sale price taxable? What if you sell a house you inherited? What does a primary or principal residence actually mean? CPA Ryan Fair joins us back on the Wise Money Show to discuss these often misunderstood rules.
Season 7 Episode 7
Taxes can become confusing when your dependent children get jobs and begin earning income. Do they need to file a tax return? Can I still claim them as a dependent? CPA Ryan Fair join us on this episode of Wise Money to sort out these confusing tax rules and more.
Season 7 Episode 6
Having kids in college creates unique complexities in your finances, whether it be the best way to pay for college, managing tax credits, to understanding the new risks. We are covering our top 3 financial tips you must know if you have kids in college in this episode of the Wise Money Show.
Season 7 Episode 5
When it comes to car insurance, what’s most important is that you have the most appropriate coverage for your financial situation. But, so is making sure you’re not paying too much. How can you pay less for your car insurance? We're sharing our top 10 ways to save on this episode of the Wise Money Show!
Season 7 Episode 4
As High Deductible Health Plans have grown in popularity over the past decade, more and more people are contributing to a Health Savings Account (HSA) for a versatile financial tool in their financial plan. But how does an HSA work when it’s inherited by someone after the owner passes away? Does it work like an IRA or Roth, or is it different? The answers might surprise you and may influence how you use and fund your HSA. That and more coming up on this episode of the Wise Money Show!
Season 7 Episode 3
It’s common to neglect your health to build up wealth, and then use your wealth to (try) regain your health. How can you avoid that cycle and instead obtain a good balance between building wealth and staying healthy? What are ways that you can manage this tension? We have those answers for you and more in this episode of the Wise Money Show!
Season 7 Episode 2
In order to qualify for cheaper health insurance through the Affordable Care Act (healthcare.gov), your income must be below a certain threshold. For 2020 and for 2021, the income rules are different in order to qualify for those premium tax credits. We have health insurance experts from Korhorn Financial Group Ted Foster and Craig A. Wiker, on the show to help us understand these changes and answer more health insurance-related questions.
Season 6 Episode 52