ELGON FINANCIAL BLOG
Everybody seems to be aware of Roth IRA accounts, but not always sure about some of the minute details. In this post, I answer some of the questions I get from clients and prospects on the Roth IRA
The courts have a plan for taking care of your minor kids if you pass away, become incapacitated or get deported from the US.
How do you ensure that it you can have overseas guardianship to protect your kids?
What does it take to be successful in the US as a foreign national on a work visa?
Is the American dream still alive?
A fascinating conversation with fellow expat planners on this two issues.
Overseas summer travel plans can be completely ruined by excess, and unnecessary fees.
Read on for strategies to avoid this fees.
One of the questions I get all the time is how to invest in the US stock market using special accounts like Roth IRAs, HSAs, 401ks, 529, etc. on an H-1B or other work visa (L-1, O-1, H1B1, TN, and E3)
This is keeping in mind that work visas are by nature temporary non-immigrant visas and technically the holder is expected to depart the US after the work assignment.
The post is a summary of a more in-depth technical, nerdy paper written for advisors on the Nerds Eye View Blog by Michael Kitces.
My mother grew up in a very male-dominated society, where girls had to do extra to make it. She wanted her girls to have a better shot at this thing called life than she did. To accomplish this she embarked on a lot of life lessons, especially on money matters.
In this post, I discuss the three money lessons she taught us, in honor of Mother’s Day.
What financial planning strategies do you need if you are foreign-born (immigrant) or a foreign national?”
If you are one of the 45 million foreign-born individuals now calling the US home, you have specific financial planning needs that go beyond what a traditional financial planner offers.
Read on for strategies that will allow you to maximize your US resources and your worldwide assets while staying tax compliant.