Finances are complicated for some of us. That’s okay, we’ve all been there. Featured today are some real-life financial mistakes that real people have made, that they’ve learned from, that they want you to also learn from so you don’t make the same mistakes. (Or if you’ve made these same mistakes, just know that you’re not the only one!
Hints of Spring are starting to pop up and March Madness is just around the corner and all this can only mean one thing…income tax season is upon us. Whether you are receiving a W2 or 1099 or filling out a Schedule C or a Schedule A, there are a flurry of forms that you are receiving, sending, filling out, and signing for the IRS.
The New Year is a great time to reassess saving and spending habits and put new goals in place. To do so requires creating a formal process to succeed—and that means developing a budget. You may already have a budget, but are you taking full advantage of it? Chances are it may need a little dusting off or refresh.
There are a lot of things that go into finance. A lot of words that people don’t understand, a lot of concepts that people can’t quite grasp. Thankfully, we’re here to help! Let’s break down what an annuity is.
First, we’ll go over some basic terms that you’ll need to understand.
Jay Pluimer recently sat down at the kid's table to have a talk with YWCA Minneapolis about his work with Mike O'Keefe as co-chairs of YWCA giving circle. Jay's signature effort, Circle of Men, first formed to support the fundraising event Circle of Women, has recently expanded its efforts to help make high-quality Early Childhood Education more accessible to all through philanthropy and advocacy.
Ah yes, the Holiday Hangover. Not your typical hangover. It doesn’t come from too much eggnog on Christmas, or that one too many glasses of champagne at the New Year’s Eve party. This one isn’t felt in your head, and definitely can’t be cured with an ibuprofen. This one hurts your wallet.