College tuition is going up, Student debt continues to increase, this is not sustainable without a major policy shift. One way to combat this, is to rethink our approach and have a major mental shift in how select the colleges our students attend.
Author: Jane Mepham
To round out the Financial Literacy Month – here are my top lessons from the “Millionaire Next Door.” Anybody can apply these lessons to their lives.
April is financial literacy month – it’s a great time to teach kids how money works. One method is to use the “cost sharing plan”. This is how my parents used the plan with us, and considering that I’m using it with my kids today, I have to admit it worked!
According to IRS, as an immigrant you are either a resident or nonresident alien. Here is a way to figure out your exact tax status.
Can an H-1B Visa holder open a 529 college savings account for college?. Is it legal and are there any tax consequences to keep in mind, considering the holder’s immigration status?
What exactly does a Financial Advisor / Planner do anyway and how can they help you?
The U.S. is one of the very few countries that taxes citizens and green card holders on worldwide income, regardless of where they live. What strategies can immigrants use to minimize some of the tax liability?