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What Did We Learn about Investments in 2023?

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What Does the IRS’s recruiting efforts mean for taxpayers?

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Financial New Year’s Resolution Tips

5 Tips to stick with your Financial New Year’s resolutions

This is the time of year for most people’s New Year’s resolutions start to slip. If you find yourself in that category, here are 5 tips to help you stick to your financial New Year’s resolutions:

Make a plan and set specific, achievable goals: Rather than resolving to “save more money,” set a specific goal such as “save $500 per month” or “pay off $5,000 of debt.” This will make it easier to track your progress and stay motivated.

Automate your finances: Set up automatic transfers to your savings account or automatic payments for bills to help you stay on track. This way, you won’t have to remember to do it manually each month.

Keep track of your spending: Use a budgeting app or create a spreadsheet to track your spending and make sure you’re on track to meet your financial goals. This will help you identify areas where you can cut back and make better financial decisions.

Get an accountability partner: Share your financial goals with a friend or family member and check in with them regularly to stay on track. Having someone to hold you accountable can help you stay motivated and focused.

Be flexible: Life happens, and it’s okay if you need to adjust your financial plan. Don’t get discouraged if you have a setback or if you need to make changes to your plan. The important thing is to keep working towards your financial goals.

If you didn’t make any resolutions, or goals for 2023-that might be a good place to start as well. Of course, if there’s any way we can help, don’t hesitate to reach out!

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What Did We Learn about Investments in 2023?

Reflecting on the tumultuous investment landscape of 2023, Buckingham Strategic Partners distilled invaluable insights into their “Top 10 Investment Lessons of 2023.” ...

The post What Did We Learn about Investments in 2023? first appeared on Integrated Tax Planning, Legal Planning & Financial Planning.

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What Does the IRS’s recruiting efforts mean for taxpayers?

The IRS’s recent intensification in recruitment to address wealthy taxpayers is raising eyebrows among high-net-worth ...

The post What Does the IRS’s recruiting efforts mean for taxpayers? first appeared on Integrated Tax Planning, Legal Planning & Financial Planning.

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Entrepreneur Estate Plans For Those Who Choose To 1) Ready, 2) Fire, THEN 3) Aim

Estate planning for business owners, particularly those known for impulsive decision-making, requires a nuanced approach. ...

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