At what point should you begin discussing finances with your family? You don't want to wait until it's too late, but some family members may not be ready. Follow the 70/40 Rule as a benchmark for when to start discussing this sensitive topic. We’re hitting that and more in this episode of the Wise Money Show!
Season 6 Episode 31
The latest stimulus plan brought on significant tax changes, some of which even impact your return for 2020. Changes include the extension of the tax filing deadline to May 17, 2021, taxation on unemployment benefits, additional stimulus payments, and changes to the child tax credits. We’re sharing details with you in this episode of Wise Money.
Season 6 Episode 30
The CARES Act gave people unprecedented access to their retirement accounts during the pandemic. A Kiplingers poll showed an alarming statistic, that nearly 25% of Americans withdrew or borrowed from their retirement to cover basic living expenses during the pandemic. Is there an unintended consequence to withdrawing funds early? We’re hitting that and more in this episode of Wise Money!
Season 6 Episode 29
Part 2 of the biggest tax questions from the pandemic, joined once again by CPA Ryan Fair. During the pandemic, many employees shifted to working from home - can you get a write-off on your taxes for it? What about all those home DIY projects you completed? Those questions and more on this episode of Wise Money!
Season 6 Episode 28