December 19th, 2018 Newsletter

Reduce Taxes With A Year-End Financial Planning Checklist
The end of the year is an important time to take stock of your personal finances to make sure you’re on track for your savings goals as well as the upcoming tax season. While it may be tempting to wait until the new year for your …
14 Tax Breaks You Won’t Believe Are Real
Okay, admit it: As you’ve struggled with your tax return, trying to come up with some extra deductions to pump up your refund or reduce what …

Hired a nanny this year? Claim this tax credit for 2018
If you ponied up for a nanny in 2018, you just might be eligible for a tax credit next year — as long as you aren’t paying him or her under …

How to Pay Off Debt and Stay Debt-Free
If you’re in debt, you obviously want to get out of it. But how? We’ve prepared this in-depth guide to help you pay off the nasty debt …
Investor Junkie

End-Of-Year Planning Tips For Your IRA
Individual Retirement Accounts (IRAs) have become the go-to vehicles for holding retirement assets in the United States. In fact, IRAs now …

Risky home loans are making a comeback. Are they right for you?
Interest rates have started to rise, and the housing market is cooling off, a combination that is putting a squeeze on mortgage lenders. Now …

3 Ways to Instill Enduring Financial Values in Your Children
Passing down values related to family wealth is one of the most crucial, yet challenging, tasks for parents today. Children’s experiences …

Save for a Down Payment or Pay Off Student Loans?
If you’re looking to buy your first home and are saddled with student loan debt, you may have a decision to make. Should you use your …

The secret to keeping next year’s financial resolutions
As Americans prepare for a new year, they’re more committed than ever to improving their finances. For the 10th year running, the three …

When Refinancing Your Mortgage Is Not a Good Idea
Millions of homeowners have successfully refinanced their mortgages in recent years. Mortgage rates fell to rock-bottom levels and stayed …
Fox Business

14 Nice-Try Tax Breaks Rejected by the IRS
Over the years, taxpayers have concocted a lot of zany arguments to justify their tax breaks. We’ve come up with 14 of the most creative …

“Can you print a scratch-n-sniff resume that smells like money?”
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Which president is on the front of a US $50 bill?
See the answer below.
Auto debt in America — mapped
People of color struggle more than their white neighbors to repay their car loans. In St. Joseph, Indiana, for example, 27 percent of …
What Year Was It?

President Clinton Impeached

What Year

Two articles of impeach­ment are approved by the US House of Representatives against President Bill Clinton, charging him with lying under oath to a federal grand jury and obstructing justice.
The day was Dec 19. What year was it?

Quote of the Week
“The stock market is filled with individuals who know the price of everything, but the value of nothing.”
Phillip Fisher
Trivia Answer
Which president is on the front of a US $50 bill?
Answer: Grant
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