Last month, I looked at my effective tax rates for the last ten years. Since I got married three years ago, I thought I’d also look at whether there’s still a marriage penalty tax.
This year, US politicians are talking about tax rates and tax brackets. Should the ultra-rich pay a 70 percent top marginal rate? Did tax rates shrink my refund check? But I want to talk about the percent of taxes that
I’ve come late to retirement income planning. Now I find myself ten years from when I’d like to retire (although not quite at the R Minus Ten milestone), with a mish-mash of accounts. I have an IRA account, a standard
I’ve had my job eliminated out from under me three times in less than ten years.