Due to 2020 being a different and unusual year for many, there may be some changes to your taxes this year. Learn more about some things to consider when filing this year.
College education is expensive and will likely get more so as time goes on. The average tuition for the 2019-2020 school year ranged from $40,000 (for private colleges) to $11,000 (for state colleges), and has only gone up since then.
If you’ve recently filed your taxes and discovered you owe a tax debt, you may be researching the best method to pay them before the extended tax filing and payment deadline of May 17, 2021 (at the time of this publication).
David Frederick, Director of Client Success and Advice at First Bank Wealth Management, discusses strategies to help you improve your financial literacy and your overall financial health.
Over the last two parts, we’ve discussed how biases impact our decision-making, particularly when it comes to our investments. Continuing to understand our biases can help us better understand why we make our financial, wealth, and investment decisions.
April is National Financial Literacy Month, or a month set aside to highlight the importance of sound financial behaviors. Financial literacy is understanding and employing financial skills, such as budgeting, debt management, and investing.
Though the official tax filing deadline has been pushed back to May 17, 2021 April still has the honorable distinction of being considered “tax month” in the hearts and minds of most Americans.