4 Reasons You Should Get Help When Handling Your Yearly Taxes

Many people get confused when going through the tax filing process. There are various forms and types of filing statuses so it's no wonder why so many people get stressed out. You can make life a lot easier by hiring a trusted professional to assist with your needs. A tax preparer will be able to help you with all areas of your taxes, whether you're an individual with regular w-2 paychecks or you're a self-employed business owner. [Read More]

3 Tips To Ensure Your Summer Estate Sale Goes Well

If you have been tasked with planning and running an estate sale for a deceased love one this summer, here are three tips to keep in mind that will help ensure that your sale goes off smoothly. #1 Mark Off Where To Park To start with, be sure to put up signs on where customers can park and where they can't park. For example, if your loved one lived in the country down a long road, be sure to set up cones that show people where to park so you don't have someone running over the flowers in an attempt to find a parking space. [Read More]

Setting Up A Trust For Your Child? Avoid These Common Mistakes In The Process

When you bring a child into this world, you fully expect that you'll be around for the duration of their childhood and well into their adult years. However, life can take unexpected turns, and when or if this does happen, it is crucial that you know your child will be taken care of once you're gone. It's for this reason many parents set up a trust fund for their children. A trust fund is a savings fund that's set aside specifically for the child. [Read More]

Is A 401(K) TPA Right For Your Company?

Overseeing your company's employee benefits package is a time-consuming job that can be overwhelming for some. Many companies turn to a 401(k) third party administrator, or TPA, to help oversee certain aspects of the package. If you are considering using a TPA, here is what you need to know.   Why Should Your Company Use a TPA?  There are several benefits of using a TPA, but one of the most beneficial is that the TPA will have extensive experience with money management. [Read More]