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Our Articles

The Full Complexity of All Required Minimum Distribution Divisors Explained
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Most divisors are looked up in tables based on your age. Others are calculated based on last year’s divisor. Some particularly unfortunate cases have distribution deadlines rather than divisors at all.

Spam Analysis: The “Reclusive Millionaire Warns” Article
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The title is “Reclusive Millionaire Warns: ‘Get Out of Cash Now.’ ” Assuming you take the bait, the article and accompanying video uses all the psychological tricks. It takes a long time before what they are selling is revealed.

How to Inherit an IRA When a Trust is the Beneficiary
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Oddly enough, how a trust inherits an IRA is as important as what it does with the IRA after receiving it.

#TBT Seven Financial Rules For Marital Bliss
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An overwhelming number of failed marriages cite financial troubles as a major factor in their breakup. See if this 2006 article can help make finances a place of union rather than separation.

How to Use Schwab Bill Pay
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Many of us are anxious about paying our bills on time, but using payment aids like Schwab Bill Pay can help alleviate some of that anxiety.

The Complete Guide to Homeschooling Laws in Virginia
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I must say that homeschooling was by far my best education experience.

#TBT How to Keep Your Identity Safe Online
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This 2015 article has five rules for safely handling your digital security which you can’t afford not to implement.

When Should I Worry About Performance?
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Some performance is cause for concern. Other times, you need not worry. Here are 5 times you should not worry and 4 cases when you should.

How QCDs May Help Your Virginia State Taxes
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“If you claimed the standard deduction on your federal income tax return, you must also claim the standard deduction on your Virginia return.”

Observations on “The FIRE Movement”
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The FIRE (Financial Independence, Retire Early) movement is a suggestion that you should have the goal of achieving financial independence and retiring while you are young.

#TBT Slow and Steady Wins the Race
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In 2003, David stopped to rescue a snapping turtle from 250 West. Now, in 2019, the financial planning lessons from that turtle are still sage advice.

The Power of Compounding
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It is hard to prioritize saving, but it pays off. Here is how.

No One Tells the IRS You Did a QCD Except You
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Be sure to remember to tell your tax preparer that you did a QCD.

Avoid Advisors Paid for Cross-Selling
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Cross-Selling is when a financial institution incentivizes their employees to sell or recommend financial products and services that increase the financial institution’s profits. The practice is as commonplace as it is fraught with conflicts of interest.

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