Being a Snowbird could be a great lifestyle in retirement but one place will need to be your legal residence and it’s the laws of that state which will dictate your estate planning.
Life is full of obstacles! A stock market downturn, a job loss, illness, a disability, divorce, a boomerang kid, even elderly parents needing financial help.
Children are the innocent bystanders in a divorce.
When you become somebody’s spouse you begin to look at things as a couple, such as finances.
The real estate market has been busy this year, so if you sold your house this spring or have it on the market you may get a tax break when you sell your home.
There is tax planning for the recent graduate or their parents who want to give them advice.
We are midway into the tax year and it’s a good time to think about taxes even if it’s only for a few minutes each day.
New Hampshire’s tax on gasoline and diesel would rise for the first time since 1991 under a bill being voted on by the House next week.
Tax procrastinators will have a few more days to file their state returns in Massachusetts.
In a turbulent economy with constantly changing rules it’s no surprise that the bill from Uncle Sam can sneak up on some of us. Here are some tips to make sure you emerge (mostly) unscathed this April 15.