November 6th, 2019 Newsletter


10 Year-End Moves to Lower Your 2019 Tax Bill
Don’t let the holidays sidetrack your tax planning. Moves you make between now and the end of the year can have a significant effect on how much tax you have to pay next April. This is particularly true if you’re saving for …

Tax-Advantaged Ways to Pay for Preschool
There are distinct benefits to grandparents paying for early education for their grandchildren. Most nanas and pop-pops …

Why We Need To Close The Financial Literacy Gap For Women
Women have never felt more empowered than we do today. There are more female CEOs in the Fortune 500 than ever. Women are running …

Don’t let anxiety rule your finances
Financial decisions are rarely easy, whether it’s buying your first car or home or deciding whether to refinance student loans. The …
ABC News

The New Way to (Finally) Stop Fighting Over Money With Your Spouse
Brittany Wyatt, who goes by Bee, and her husband Kevin had been living together for a few years when they had the fight that nearly …

How much does daylight saving time cost the economy?
Daylight saving time ends at 2 a.m. on Sunday, Nov. 3. Across most of the U.S., people will turn their clocks back an hour and spend …
Fox Business

Most Americans Think They Know More about Money Than They Do
Have you ever met someone who doesn’t want to start a CrossFit class until they get in shape, and found yourself wondering, isn’t the …

How To Avoid The Worst Consumer Scams
I hate getting scammed, especially when I don’t think I’m getting scammed. Since I’ve been writing about fraud for decades, it burns …

Maxing Out Your 401(k) and What to Do Next
When it comes to saving for retirement, a 401(k) is a powerful tool. If you have access to one at work, it pays to max out your 401(k) …

Don’t let try-before-you-buy shopping bust your budget
Services such as Stitch Fix and Amazon’s Prime Wardrobe have put try-before-you-buy shopping on the map. The concept is simple: Shoppers …
ABC News

Is it too soon for holiday shopping?
The holiday shopping rush is in mid-swing for nearly 40 percent of Americans who have already embarked on a mission to purchase that …
Fox Business

“Once I learned that vertical stripes make me look thinner, I started my own business so I can work at home in my pajamas.”
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In the US, Keogh Plans are full-fledged pension plans for small businesses and what other type of people?
See the answer below.
The best credit cards of 2019
The best credit card for you is the one that meets your needs and gives you the best benefits for your lifestyle. Whether …
USA Today
What Year Was It?

U.N. Condemns Apartheid

What Year

The United Nations General Assembly adopts a resolution condemning South Africa’s racist apartheid policies.
The day was Nov 6. What year was it?

Quote of the Week
“If the financial system collapses, it’s really, really hard to put it back together again.”
Henry Paulson
Trivia Answer
In the US, Keogh Plans are full-fledged pension plans for small businesses and what other type of people?
Answer: Self-employed
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