This year’s election chatter is sure to include a healthy dose of tax talk. To keep up, here are five terms you should know. The “Bush tax cuts”
Since the start of the computer age, business offices have been going paperless because it saves time, space, and money; it’s easier to stay organized; and there’s less impact on the environment. So, how can you go paperless at home? Here are some tips.
An “e-closing” refers to a real estate closing process where the parties to the transaction (e.g., sellers, buyers, brokers, and attorneys) can access closing documents online so that they can be reviewed and electronically signed prior to the actual closing date. And, instead of receiving a huge stack of papers, the parties get copies of […]
January 2012 – Equities Return Better than All of 2011 January 2012 brought out not only traditional New Year’s Eve resolutions but also a strong market response for those who were resolved to have a good investment year. The S&P 500 was up 4.48% in January or about twice the Total Stock Return for all […]
Many retirement plan and IRA limits are indexed for inflation each year. Some of the key numbers for 2012 are discussed below. Elective deferrals If you’re lucky enough to be eligible to participate in a 401(k), 403(b), 457(b), or SAR-SEP plan, you can make elective deferrals of up to $17,000 in 2012, up from $16,500 […]