We look at YNAB 5, the new budget software, and evaluate both the good and bad changes to this excellent money management tool. We also talk about the 2015 letter to Berkshire Hathaway shareholders and how you can get an estimate of your future social security retirement benefits.
There are a number of funds available that are designed to meet all of your equity investing needs within the same fund. In the case of US and international stocks, Vanguard Total World Index (VTWSX) is an effort in that direction. VTWSX has turned in a respectable performance given that foreign stocks haven’t performed at […]
“My employer’s 401(k) choices stink!” It is a complaint heard all too frequently on personal finance forums and among coworkers, especially when it comes to small businesses – and for good reason. Small business 401(k) plan menus often consist of expensive, actively managed funds that may not have been updated in years, offered by huge […]
We recently received a reader question about non-deductible IRA contributions, and it got us thinking. Here’s the question: “My first question pertains to non-deductible IRAs. I have a rollover IRA from a previous 401K. Due to my income, if I ever decided to make additional contributions to this “traditional” IRA, it would have to be […]
Knowing how to start a blog and actually getting people to read it are two completely separate things. You can create an amazing design and write fantastic content, but nobody is going to read it if they don’t know you’re out there. But, if you want to make money blogging, you’ve got to get people […]
If you’ve been looking for a cheaper way to get your taxes done, TaxAct could be the online software for you. It’s more affordable than many other software options out there, and it could prove especially helpful if you’re preparing your own taxes for the first time. Getting Started To start with TaxAct, you’ll have […]