The start of a new year is the perfect time to evaluate your finances to see how you are doing in terms of spending, saving, investment performance, and long-term planning. To continue keeping your financial health in check, there are things you should keep up on throughout the year. We’ve created an easy to follow quarterly financial to do list to help you stay the course en route to your financial goals.
Entrepreneurs and small business owners can use these five tax tips for the self-employed to help you save the most on taxes. Making strategic purchases, automating bookkeeping, and taking advantage of deductions can all provide better personal tax returns. A tax professional like those at Stableford Capital can simplify the process and find additional ways to save.
Many workers transitioned to working from home during the 2020 pandemic. Doing so may have affected their individual tax return. Workers should verify they are filing correctly based on their current state, investigate reimbursements for home offices and learn more about filing taxes if their status has changed from W-2 employee to 1099 self-employed.
Do you want to feel in control of your money as you head into the new year? Then it’s time to begin your year-end financial planning. Whether you are currently working and planning for the future or quickly approaching retirement, financial planning is an essential part of a year-end tasks. Q4 is a great time to review your current asset allocations, investment opportunities and taxes to set you up for a prosperous new year.