March 14th, 2018 Newsletter

Mar 14, 2018
Taxes From A To Z (2018): B Is For Bonus


It’s my annual “Taxes from A to Z” series! If you’re wondering whether you can claim home office expenses or whether to deduct a capital loss, you won’t want to miss a single letter. B is for Bonus. A bonus is typically money …

6 Surprising Ways an Accountant Can Help You
Most people think of personal accountants as just tax professionals. But the truth is, accountants can play a much broader role. People …
The Bottom Line

It’s Going to Get Easier to Make Money Because of These Technologies
From cryptocurrencies to mobile pay, today’s innovations have me excited for the future of our wallets. As an entrepreneur and an angel …

Had a Credit or Debit Card Declined? Chances Are, It Was Your Fault
It’s a scenario that’s happened to the best of us: You’re at a restaurant, the bill comes, and you generously whip out your credit card …
Fox Business

Yes, you can still deduct interest on your home equity loan …
The new federal tax law created a lot of confusion over whether tax filers may still deduct the interest they pay on their home equity …
CNN Money

Avoid These 4 Things to Increase Retirement Income
There is one rule for planning for your retirement – the earlier the better. Planning for your future is one thing you should never …

Got a job offer? 30 tips to negotiate the salary you want
No matter who you are, no matter what you do as a job, there is one skill that will always (always!) come in handy: negotiation. Whether …
USA Today

Credit card debt surpasses $1 trillion in the US for first time
U.S. consumers’ total credit card debt exceeded $1 trillion for the first time, according to a new study by the personal finance website …
ABC News

28 Ways to Stop Wasting Money
It’s a pretty good bet that you have leaks in your budget—car insurance that costs too much, bank account fees, home-energy wasters or …

IRS Has More Than $1.1 Billion In Unclaimed Tax Refunds
The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) might have your money. The tax agency has announced that more than $1.1 billion in outstanding refunds …

If Time Is Money, Are You Spending Yours Wisely?
It’s not how many hour you spend, but how you spend your hours that counts. There are 1,440 minutes in a day. Do you have any idea how …

“I have 40% of my portfolio invested in fire. I think it’s the technology of the future.”
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What is the average life span of the $50 and $100 bills?
See the answer below.
How Do Social Security Benefits for Divorced Spouses Work?
Regular listeners of the Motley Fool Answers Opens a New Window. podcast will know that Alison Southwick and Robert Brokamp are …
Fox Business
What Year Was It?

Albert Einstein born

Albert Einstein born

Albert Einstein is born. Einstein’s theories of special and general relativity drastically altered man’s view of the universe.
The day was Mar 14. What year was it?

Quote of the Week
“It’s not the employer who pays the wages. Employers only handle the money. It’s the customer who pays the wages.”
Henry Ford
Trivia Answer
What is the average life span of the $50 and $100 bills?
Answer: 9 years
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