Category: Taxes

Welcome to this week’s Consider This with Big Joe Clark radio show, hosted by Joe Clark, CFP. This episode originally aired on December 8, 2018. To find our podcast, check out Consider This Program. In this episode you will find information about: Mutual Funds, Tax Planning & End of Year Planning Questions or comments about

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Welcome to this week’s Consider This with Big Joe Clark radio show, hosted by Joe Clark, CFP. This episode originally aired on December 1, 2018. To find our podcast, check out Consider This Program. In this episode you will find information about: Volatile Markets, Investing Inheritances, & Tax Rates Questions or comments about this episode,

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This is a letter of apology and explanation. Loudly proclaimed and often stated, I have boldly said I hate the Internal Revenue Service. The reality is I love our country and the benefits it provides including being able to make statements about the core funding structure. Taxes are a necessity for roads, fire fighters, schools

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The common wisdom in the financial community is not to make any major decisions regarding investments for at least a few months after the loss of a spouse. There are clear issues that need be thought through on the investment arena as the tax issues move on their own clock. What is rarely addressed after

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The previous generation grew up with the dream of getting accepted to their preferred university. Today the dream seems to be coming out of school without the crushing debt load that stifles post-collegiate life. According to Student Loan Hero, we now have 44.2 million Americans with averaging $39,400 of student debt for a whopping total

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Welcome to this week’s Consider This with Big Joe Clark radio show, hosted by Joe Clark, CFP. This episode originally aired on May 26, 2018. To find our podcast, check out Consider This Program. In this episode you will find information about: Value of the Dollar, Tax Planning, and Trusts Questions or comments about this

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Finally it’s spring time and we can soon begin opening the windows and enjoying the sunshine. So often we spend the winter months tucked away indoors trying to stay warm by the fire and hoping it doesn’t snow enough to require the shovel to be taken from the garage, which unfortunately wasn’t the case this

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