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July 2015

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James Carroll, CPA L.L.C.
Planning Your Financial Future July 2015


The July 4th holiday is almost upon us. Enjoy good times with family and friends. However,

please be safe. Handle fireworks and other such items with care!

 

What's New in the Housing Market for 2015?
After almost a decade of limping along toward recovery, it seems as though

the housing market has finally hit a comfortable stride.

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Five Steps to Tame Financial Stress
Do you sometimes lie awake at night thinking about bills that need to be paid?

Does it feel as though you're drowning in debt? The good news is that there

are some simple steps you can take to reduce or eliminate some of the

financial stress in your life.

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Prepaid Funeral Arrangements Can Have Grave Consequences
Prepaying for your funeral services relieves your survivors from the

burden of worrying about money during an otherwise difficult time,

but there can also be grave consequences.

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What is the Roth 401(k) five-year rule?
The Roth 401(k) five-year rule determines when you can begin receiving

tax-free qualified distributions from your Roth 401(k) plan account. While

similar to the five-year rule that applies to Roth IRAs, there are

important differences.

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What is the Roth IRA five-year rule?
There are two Roth IRA five-year rules you need to know about.
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other accompanying materials) was not intended or written to be used, and it cannot be used,

by any taxpayer for the purposes of avoiding penalties; furthermore, this communication was

not intended or written to support the promotion or marketing of any of the transactions or

matters it addresses.

 

Prepared by Broadridge Investor Communication Solutions, Inc. Copyright 2015.

June 2015 Newsletter

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James Carroll, CPA L.L.C.
Planning Your Financial Future June 2015


May is almost over, June is almost here, and it's almost time for the AC to get turned on.
Check your filters and change if necessary before you hit that switch!

 

It's Complicated: Money and Happiness
Does more wealth lead to more happiness? Researchers have tackled
this question for decades, and although the results have differed,
one fact is certain: the relationship between money and happiness is
complicated.

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Planned Charitable Giving
Today more than ever, charitable institutions stand to benefit as the first wave of baby boomers reach the stage where they're able to make significant charitable gifts.
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Millennials vs. Boomers: How Wide Is the Gap?
When it comes to finances, there may not be as much difference between baby boomers and millennials as you might expect.
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How important are dividends in the S&P 500's total returns?
Dividend income has represented roughly one-third of the total return on the Standard & Poor's 500 since 1926, and in years when the index performs poorly, the contribution of dividends can be even more dramatic.
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Are stock dividends reliable as a source of income?
Dividends can be an important source of income. However, there are several factors you should take into consideration if you'll be relying heavily on them to help pay the bills.
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May 2015 Newsletter

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James Carroll, CPA L.L.C.
Planning Your Financial Future May 2015

If you run a non-profit organization, and you operate on a calendar year, your tax return is due May 15th.

How Does Divorce Affect Social Security Retirement Benefits?
One of the challenges of planning for retirement is that an unexpected event, like divorce, can dramatically change your retirement income needs. If you were counting on your spouse's Social Security benefits to provide some of your retirement income, what happens now that you're divorced?

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Avoiding Probate: Is It Worth It?
When you die, your estate goes through a process that manages, settles, and distributes your property according to the terms of your will. This process is governed by state law and is called probate. Usually, everything goes smoothly during the probate process as long as the executor does what needs to be done in a timely fashion and there are no family squabbles. Nevertheless, some people may want to avoid this process.
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Self-Directed IRAs
A self-directed IRA isn't a different type of IRA. Rather, the term refers to any individual retirement account (traditional or Roth) that allows you to direct the investment of your IRA assets into nontraditional investments.
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Am I liable for unauthorized transactions on my debit card?
Federal law provides consumers with protection against most unauthorized credit- and debit-card transactions.
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What is this new chip-card technology I've been hearing about in the news?
In recent years, data breaches at major retailers have increased across the United States. As a way to counteract these data breaches, many U.S. credit-card companies have started implementing a more secure chip-card technology called EMV (which is short for Europay, Mastercard, and Visa).
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Prepared by Broadridge Investor Communication Solutions, Inc. Copyright 2015.

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March 2015 Newsletter

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James Carroll, CPA L.L.C.
Planning Your Financial Future March 2015

Just a reminder: Corporate returns are due March 15th. Personal and partnership returns are
due April 15th

Points to Consider If Your Retirement Goal Seems Out of Reach
What if you're investing as much as you can for retirement, but your
goal still seems out of reach? Don't panic--consider these points.
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Last-Minute Tax Tips
It's that time of year again--tax filing season. Fortunately, even for us
procrastinators, there is still time to take advantage of some
last-minute tax tips.
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The Cost of Waiting
Starting to save early means your money has more time to go to work
for you. Even if you can only afford to set aside small amounts,
compounding earnings can make them really add up. It's never too
late to begin, but as this illustration shows, the sooner you start, the
less you may need to rely solely on your own savings to build your
total nest egg.
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How much can I contribute to my IRA in 2015?
The combined amount you can contribute to your traditional and Roth
IRAs remains at $5,500 for 2015, $6,500 if you're 50 or older.
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Is there a new one-rollover-per-year rule for 2015?
The IRS has adopted a stricter interpretation of the
one-rollover-per-year rule, starting in 2015.
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accompanying materials) was not intended or written to be used, and it cannot be used, by
any taxpayer for the purposes of avoiding penalties; furthermore, this communication was
not intended or written to support the promotion or marketing of any of the transactions or
matters it addresses.

Prepared by Broadridge Investor Communication Solutions, Inc. Copyright 2015.

February 2015

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James Carroll, CPA L.L.C.
Planning Your Financial Future February 2015


Time to start gathering all of your tax information; W-2s, 1099s, 1098s, etc. Remember, IRS
does not allow you to file a tax return using your last paystub. You need to wait for your
W-2.

 

Key Numbers for 2015
Here are a few key cost-of-living adjustments announced by the IRS
for 2015, along with corresponding 2014 figures.
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10 Financial Terms Everyone Should Know
Understanding financial matters can be difficult if you don't understand
the jargon. Becoming familiar with these 10 financial terms may help
make things clearer.
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Should Life Insurance Be Part of Your Retirement Plan?
Here are some situations where life insurance may make some
sense for retirees, or those close to retirement.
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Should I be worried about a Federal Reserve interest rate hike?
Any Fed rate hike is likely to have an impact on the value of any bond
investments you may have. If you're worried about that, here are some
factors you may want to consider.
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How can I try to manage the impact of an interest rate hike?
With higher interest rates a distinct possibility in 2015, you may want
to consider which types of bonds might be most vulnerable to a rate
hike.
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Prepared by Broadridge Investor Communication Solutions, Inc. Copyright 2015.

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