NEW YEAR’S RESOLUTIONS – PT 1

There might be a lot of uncertainty surrounding the tax rules these days. Don’t use that uncertainty as an excuse to avoid trying to improve your personal finances. What better time to make some resolutions for 2013 than New Year’s Day? Last January 1st,...

TEACH YOUR TEENS FINANCIAL RESPONSIBILITY WITH PASS CARD

I’m a CPA and my wife is a CFP (Certified Financial Planner). Even so, I think together we’ve done a lousy job teaching our two kids – Jonathan (age 14) and Lizzie (age 13) – much about personal finances. We have also done little to help them...

ELECTION SEASON PART 2 – WHICH IS BETTER?

By Andrew D. Schwartz, CPA In my first post, I looked at Mitt Romney’s tax policy based on information posted on his campaign’s official website. Today, I’ll look at the President’s rebuttal and which candidate’s tax policy makes the most...

ELECTION SEASON PART 1 – MITT ROMNEY’S TAX POLICY

By Andrew D. Schwartz, CPA Election?season is upon us and the voting?is?just a two months away. Let’s take a look at Mitt Romney’s tax policy based on information posted on his campaign’s official website, www.mittromney.com. Extend the Bush Tax...