Let’s you and I — yes, YOU, the Conway taxpayer looking for the best tax professional — make a plan for your 2016 taxes that will set you up for longterm success.Read More
Believe it or not, now is the time to start making sure that you’ll be ready for a few months from now, when 2016 tax time is upon us.
Generally speaking, you should keep any and all documents that may have an impact on your federal tax return. Individual Conway taxpayers should usually keep the following records and supporting items on their tax returns for at least three years:Read More
Like most government law, Social Security is not a simple piece of legislation. Since the Social Security Act became law in 1935, hundreds of amendments have been piled onto it, and have thereby added to the complexity. So to make the best decision about how to file for it, you’ll need to consider four things: 1) health, 2) income before retirement and 3) income during retirement, and 4) taxes.Read More
Billionaires aren’t hatched overnight.
But there will be another generation of such men and women in the next few decades — and chances are, they will tread the same path as those who have come before.
So how did Warren Buffett do it? Here’s some of the basic path:Read More
Creating a budget really shouldn’t be the place where financial decisions begin. Instead, a comprehensive look at what you most care about and how you want to live your life is the best place to start, even before budget categories are determined.
This becomes especially clear when we consider how we seek to raise our children with a proper financial mindset. We want them to learn how to earn, how to save (and invest), and how to spend. Unfortunately, this doesn’t spring up for them from the womb!Read More
You pay your bills on time. You try to save as much as you can. You even follow the advice which you read in books and hear on the radio about how to keep your finances in check.
But you’re still not getting ahead.Read More