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April 2014 Newsletter

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Planning Your Financial Future April 2014

April is almost here, and that means you have about two weeks to either get your taxes filed or file an extension. If you don't think you will have your information ready, file an extension. But remember, if you think you will owe (or you know it), send a payment along with the extension. You can extend the time to file. You cannot extend the time to pay.
 

 

The Fed's Great Unwind and Your Portfolio
As the Fed begins to reduce its purchases of bonds and gets closer to raising its target interest rate, that unwinding can affect your portfolio.
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Spring Cleaning Your Debt
It's springtime--time for you to take stock of your surroundings and get rid of the dirt and clutter that you've accumulated during this past year. In addition to typical spring cleaning tasks, you may want to take this time to focus on your finances as well. In particular, now may be as good a time as ever to evaluate your debt situation and try to reduce and/or eliminate any debt obligations you may have.
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Saving through Your Retirement Plan at Work? Don't Let These Five Risks Derail Your Progress
As a participant in your work-sponsored retirement savings plan, it's important for you to stay focused -- and be aware of a few key risks that could derail you in your pursuit of success.
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Is there a new way to calculate my home office deduction?
Beginning with the 2013 tax year, you're able to use an optional safe harbor method of calculating your home office deduction.
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How do I figure the tax on the sale of my home?
If you owned and used a home as your principal residence for a total of two out of the five years before the sale you may be able to exclude from federal income tax up to $250,000 ($500,000 if you're married and file a joint return) of the capital gain when you sell your home.
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March 2014 Newsletter

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Planning Your Financial Future March 2014

Here we go. Heading into March, April will be here soon. Warm weather is around the corner!!! 
 
What Baseball Can Teach You about Financial Planning
Spring training is a tradition that baseball teams and baseball fans look forward to every year. No matter how they did last year, teams in spring training are full of hope that a new season will bring a fresh start. As this year's baseball season gets under way, here are a few lessons from America's pastime that might help you reevaluate your finances.
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Test Your Knowledge of Financial Basics
Working with a trusted financial professional can be a great way to help improve your overall financial situation, but it's not the only thing you can do. Take this brief quiz to see how well you understand a few of the basics.
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What's New in the World of Higher Education?
Whether your son or daughter is expecting college decisions any day now or whether you're planning ahead for future years, here's what's new in the world of higher education.
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Graph: The S&P 500 Month by Month in 2013
This chart depicts the month-by-month performance of the S&P 500 in 2013.
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Graph: The Best of Times, the Worst of Times, and 2013
Want to see how domestic equities' price gains in 2013 compare to historic highs and lows?
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IRS regulations require that I advise you that, unless otherwise specifically noted, any federal tax advice in this communication (including any attachments, enclosures, or 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.

February 2014 Newsletter

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Planning Your Financial Future February 2014

I don't know about you, but I'm ready for Spring! No more snow!! No more cold!! Please!! 
 
The Frugal Habits of Millionaires
We've all heard the saying "it takes money to make money." So how can you find extra dollars to save and invest? If you want to improve your financial position, take a page from a millionaire's playbook and consider putting these habits into practice.
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Married Filing Jointly or Separately? The Choice Is Yours
Because of a number of special rules, your combined income tax will often be lower if you file married filing jointly than if you file married filing separately, but that is not always the case. You should generally calculate your tax both ways and choose the filing status that results in the lower combined tax.
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Filing Your 2013 Federal Income Tax Return
For most people, the due date for filing a 2013 federal income tax return is April 15, 2014. Here are a few things to keep in mind this filing season.
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Are you ready to retire?
There are several important issues you should consider before making the important financial decision of when to retire.
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How much can I contribute to my IRA in 2014?
The amount you can contribute to your traditional or Roth IRA remains at $5,500 for 2014, $6,500 if you're 50 or older.
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Refer a friend
IRS regulations require that I advise you that, unless otherwise specifically noted, any federal tax advice in this communication (including any attachments, enclosures, or 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.

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January 2014 Newsletter

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Planning Your Financial Future January 2014

In a few days, 2013 will be over. I can't believe it. As I get older, the years just keep getting shorter. Be careful this New Year's, especially if you are going out. You may not drink and drive, but you never know about the other driver. Stay safe!! See you in 2014!!
 
The Impact of Health-Care Costs on Social Security
More Social Security income is being spent on health-related costs each year, leaving less available for other retirement expenses.
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Bonds vs. Bond Funds: Which Is Better When Interest Rates Rise?
If the Fed raises interest rates in 2014, how will that affect individual bonds and bond mutual funds?
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Think Outside the Shoe Box When Organizing Financial Records
If you've ever had trouble finding an important financial document, you know why it's necessary to keep your financial records organized. Less clutter means less stress, and though you'll need to commit a bit of time up front to organize your files, you can save time and money over the long term when you can find what you need when you need it.
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Is there anything I can do to lower my auto insurance bill?
Insurance companies base auto insurance rates on a variety of criteria, such as your age, driving record, residence, and even the type of car that you drive (though factors vary from state to state). If you find that you're paying more than you think you should for auto insurance, there are ways you can lower your premiums.
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My teenage daughter just got her driver's license. Will my auto insurance rates go up?
The short answer is: yes. Anytime you add an extra driver to your policy, your rates will increase. However, you may end up paying even more when you add your daughter to your policy, since teenage drivers are some of the highest-risk drivers on the road.
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Tax Highlights

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College tuition and related costs continue to rise.  If you have not started saving for your child's college education, don't wait.  Open an educational savings plan.  Not only do the funds grow free of tax, but you also may qualify for a tax deduction on your state tax return.  Plus, if the funds are used for qualified education expenses and you satisfy the requirements of your particular state, they are not taxable when distributed from the account.

 

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