Just because you're ultra-wealthy doesn't mean you'll have a big IRS bill. Here's how some rich people could avoid paying much in taxes.
If you work as an independent contractor, you're supposed to pay your taxes four times a year. But what happens if you miss a payment?
This popular post explains what whole life insurance is and the various methods salesmen use to sell it to you (usually inappropriately). Be forearmed!
You won't always know whether you should do a Roth conversion or a contribution. Here are some ways for you to make the right decision.
Want to make a profit for driving around town? Take a look at the business mileage deduction. Perhaps some or all of those miles can help reduce your taxes.
Thinking about financial planning annually could be overwhelming. That's why it's beneficial to break it up into distinct pieces. Here's how.
An explainer on the best way to reduce taxes on your investments. Also, answering listener questions about what to do with a massive inheritance and about tax-gain harvesting.
The Washington state legislature has passed a law forcing you to buy long-term care insurance or pay a tax. This is why it's a terrible law.