My wife went back to work earlier this month when her maternity leave ended and our daughter went into daycare. As I’m sure happens with a lot of people, we had some nagging doubts whether going back to work was the right choice for our family, both emotionally and financially.
New year, new changes to the tax code. Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the past 6 months, you’re aware that there’s a new law of the land for U.S. income taxes. As part of my planning for 2018, I tried to estimate my total tax burden as
This is the first of a three part series detailing our journey to financial independence. Part One will cover how we have done to date and what has gotten us there. Part Two will explore where we go from here, including the impact of potential actions we are considering with
With apologies to GoT fans! October 9, 2007 We’re shortly coming up on an important 10-year anniversary, though probably not one that is top of mind for most people: the high watermark for the S&P 500 prior to the Great Recession. On October 9th, the S&P closed at 1,565.15 but