With studying for the CFP exam behind me, I plan to start writing more blog posts! The good thing about all of that studying is that I’ve expanded my knowledge base with so many financial planning topics, and my plan is to share them all with you. You can check out my first one below.
Here’s what I’ve been reading this morning:
- If you owe money to the IRS, but you don’t have the money on-hand to pay it right away, is it better to file your tax return and pay later OR just not file your return at all? I break it down in this post!
- There are a lot of decisions to make when choosing an investment allocation. This article breaks down the pros and cons of using market-cap-weighted index investments.
- Given the state of households throughout the pandemic, this isn’t TOO shocking. Families are struggling right now, so making current savings a bigger priority than retirement savings adds up logically.
- We have the overall inflation numbers in the economy right now, but how are they impacting your long-term savings? This article applies the “rule of 72” to inflation rates and sees how long it would take to halve your savings.