The Trump administration’s new tax reform bill was signed into law in December of 2017, representing the first major tax change in over 30 years. The changes are significant and are likely to affect nearly everyone in some measure; some positively, while others may find themselves with a higher tax bill in 2018.
Accumulating wealth turns out to be a double-edged sword for business owners. It certainly has its privileges, but it also comes with additional risk exposures. In a 2011 Zogby survey, 92 percent of people with a high net worth indicated concerns over the possibility of home invasions, muggings, kidnapping, and even random street crimes.
Consider these trade-offs between buying and leasing when looking to stretch your car budget.
Our behaviors produce the results we see in our lives. Sometimes all we need to do is make small changes that will prove to be beneficial later in life. Small sacrifices now tend to pay-off well later. The adage: "Pay Now and Play Later" or "Play Now and Pay Later!".
It’s no surprise that studies show young adults are not into insurance. There are too many other financial challenges to worry about, such as paying off crushing student loan debt and saving for future goals. Actually, other studies show that younger adults would rather spend their money on such things as travel premium TV streaming services than use it to buy life insurance.