There are two cornerstones to embarking on any financial planning effort. The first is to get a handle on your income and expenses and the second is to get organized. This article is going to discuss how to create a system to organize your bills, statements, policies, and other financial
I recently had a nice review on My Retirement Blog I was recently given a copy of the book, The Retirement Fitness Challenge: Shape Up Your Finances and Make Your Money Last a Lifetime, by Marc Bautis to review. Since I do write for a retirement blog this book was just the kind of financial book I
The Old Foundation Looking for something to do in March. Come out to a benefit on March 9th in support of The Old Foundation and its mission to eliminate pediatric cancer. The event was great this past weekend and you can find out more information about the foundation at
I was recently asked this question earlier this month at a workshop I hosted, pertaining to retirement income planning, at the Cresskill Public Library. The old philosophy was if you have a mortgage, you still should be working. An Investopedia article from October 2012 says that the new trend of
The following is a guest post by Andrew Pogogeff, Senior Partner of Pogogeff & Co. a NJ CPA firm According to the IRS, under-reporting of income is the biggest contributing factor to the IRS tax gap--the amount owed by individuals and businesses versus the amount that was actually paid in taxes.