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.
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.
David Frederick, Director of Client Advice and Success at First Bank Wealth Management, discusses the financial needs people face as they age, how to source funds to meet their needs, and basic steps to help ensure a successful retirement plan.
February began on a high note as investors drew encouragement from strong fourth-quarter earnings reports and encouraging employment data. However, news was not all positive. The COVID-related death toll in the United States reached 500,000. Nevertheless, two vaccines were rolled out last month, with a third one on tap for release in March.
Stocks were able to weather the storm of events that occurred throughout January, despite investors having numerous reasons to move away from equities.
Undoubtedly, 2020 will go down in history as a record setting year, but also as one of, if not the most, hated and devastating year in modern time.