Atlanta Financial Blog
A college education has come to be thought of as something every child in America is entitled to, and something that every parent wants to provide. Seeing your child go to college is almost as much a part of the “American Dream” as owning your own home.
John Adams and the founding fathers specifically recommended “illuminations” to celebrate the anniversary of the country’s birth. The official decree calling for fireworks on July 4th was written even before the country was officially formed. Even though fireworks are almost exclusively reserved for these patriotic celebrations, we think you deserve some fireworks of your own – to mark your progress on the path to financial freedom.
If you are having a serious case of wanderlust but feel chained to the office, let’s shift your thinking – and your timing. Start considering travel as a good investment, not something you put off until it’s “bucket list” time. That’s the advice of a non-retired financial planner who recently returned from Antarctica – me. Not only did I come home with memories of penguins and glaciers that I will never forget, I picked up a serious need to start planning my next adventure right now.
Divorce brings many emotional losses, and often a sense of loss of control over the future. A common response is to cling to elements of your past lifestyle. Many parents understandably fear the impact a divorce will have on their children, and want to keep their lifestyle as much the same as possible. But often, holding on to the past can often come at a high cost.
As a business owner, planning for your future can be difficult because of the many twists and turns that can happen both in business and in life. When you encounter situations, either expected or unexpected, you may need to make decisions that can have a major impact on you, your family, and your business. How you approach those situations can be critical to your long-term success.
When the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 took away Georgians’ ability to deduct their paid state income taxes on their 2018 returns, it sent filers scrambling to maximize the deductions that remain. A new deduction which debuted this year offers a maximum tax credit of $10,000 and a chance to help save Georgia’s financially struggling rural hospitals.
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