Multiple Jobs: Be Prepared for Tax Surprises

Working more than one job can help maximize income, but also potentially create a tax surprise. Here are several be aware of: Social Security Surprise: As a full-time employee, the most you’ll have to pay in Social Security taxes in 2023 is $9,932. The problem is each employer you work for will withhold Social Security taxes…

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Planning for Future Care: A Financial Dilemma

  Long-term care costs that drain your nest egg is a financial pothole that is hard to avoid. Here are some ideas to help manage this hazard. How much is needed Here’s how much money you’ll need for three different types of senior living arrangements according to Genworth’s 2021 Cost of Care Survey: In-home care…

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Where Did My Retirement Go?

  Retirement, for one reason or another, you may find yourself in a situation where you’ve lost track of an account like a 401(k) or pension. There are several ways this can happen: Job change. People change jobs in today’s economy much faster than they did in the past, and that means that retirement accounts…

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Consider The Financial Impact Of A Job Transition

Are you ready to begin a job search or launch a career transition? Here are suggestions to manage your finances wisely before making the change to new employment. Plan your income stream. Check for a gap in pay dates and make plans to have enough savings set aside to tide you over. Include increased commuting…

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