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New 529A Plans Help Disabled People Save Tax-Free

by Luke Landes
Wheelchair

Now that the government backed down on its proposed changes to 529 plans for future education expenses, we can expect the same tax benefits present for education to be applied to families and individuals who face expenses caring for disabled people. Families will be able to deposit funds into special savings accounts, called 529As, and ... Continue reading this article…

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5 Questions Before Applying for a New Credit Card

by Luke Landes

Since the credit crunch in the midst of the latest recession, credit card solicitations have seen a significant increase. Unless you’ve opted out, and good luck with that, you’re probably getting junk mail from credit card issuers with invitations to apply for the latest credit card offers. Don’t get too excited, especially if you have ... Continue reading this article…

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401(k) Contribution Limits for 2015

by Luke Landes

The 401(k) contribution limits and maximums are increasing in 2015, and there are other tax changes to 401(k) to note.

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Raise Money-Smart Kids: The Opposite of Spoiled, by Ron Lieber

by Luke Landes
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In Ron Lieber’s The Opposite of Spoiled, the author offers suggestions for raising money-smart kids based on the stories of hundreds of parents.

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How Your Positive Posse is Destroying You

by Luke Landes
Positive Posse

One of the oft repeated mantras in leadership training is to surround yourself with people who understand you and support what you do. This philosophy translates well to people who need emotional support for any endeavor, even if one’s goal is to just keep living. Everybody needs support, and everybody needs to feel that someone ... Continue reading this article…

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Who Benefits From 529 Plans, the Middle Class or the Wealthy?

by Luke Landes
Child in college

When I first began reading that President Obama was considering reducing the tax benefits for savers who make use of 529 plans and other education savings accounts to reduce the cost of education-related expenses, I was surprised. It has been my understanding that 529 plans, all though I do not have one, are intended to ... Continue reading this article…

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New Jersey Business Filing Services: Scam or Not?

by Luke Landes
New Jersey Business Filing Services

Update: I can’t believe this. I received a second notice from these hustlers — asking for even more money! Read the details at the bottom. Here’s an idea for all you people who like to “hustle” to come up with ways to earn extra income. This has happened to me many times, and it comes ... Continue reading this article…

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Prize-Linked Savings: Win Money For Opening a Savings Account

by Luke Landes
Win to Save - Prize-Linked Savings

Since December, federal banks and credit unions have been allowed to offer savings accounts that include a raffle element, after some states have allowed accounts like these for some time. The goal of these lottery-like accounts is to encourage more people to save money, particularly those households with low and moderate incomes. This was the ... Continue reading this article…

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