Using a special order type will make your ETF order behave like a mutual fund order. This minimizes the price fluctuation when you harvest tax losses.
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The tax brackets, standard deduction, and the 0% capital gains tax cutoff point for single and married filing jointly filing statuses will go up next year.
401k/403b/457 contribution limits will go up in 2022. Traditional and Roth IRA contribution limits will stay in the same.
You pay higher Medicare Part B and Part D premiums if your income exceeds certain thresholds. Here are the IRMAA income brackets for 2022 and 2023.
Series I savings bonds (I Bonds) are the best bonds you can buy at the moment. Follow this guide for a complete walkthrough from start to finish.
You can deposit the paper I Bonds from the tax refund to your TreasuryDirect online account. Follow these steps. It gets easier after you do it once.
If you have large accounts with Fidelity, Schwab, TD Ameritrade, E*Trade, or Merrill Edge, you may be able to borrow at a very low interest rate.
Congress is considering banning backdoor Roth and mega backdoor Roth. Do these to catch the last opportunity before the end of 2021.
Some of the old rules for buying versus renting when you’re relocating are either outdated or don’t apply to everyone. Here are some new rules.
It’s easy to create a simple revocable living trust with DIY legal books and software. You can buy additional $10,000 in I Bonds per year for each trust.