APPRECIATING SENSE™ BLOG | BY MINK WEALTH
Besides health and legal considerations, careful thought should also be given to one’s finances. The question is, “Should you take a do-it-yourself approach or hire a financial professional?” Well, only YOU can answer that question,read more
Learn how financial planning can help small business owners design the life —and live the lifestyle—of their choosing in their retirement years.
Investing in Yourselfread more
Last month, we shared a PDF about the tax benefits of Health Savings Accounts (HSAs). If you did not get a chance to read it, you can click here.
In keeping with the theme of health care and how it relates to your financial plan,
According to famed hedge-fund billionaire, Ray Dalio, the U.S. is probably two years away from its next economic downturn. Although Dalio acknowledges the positive impact of the Trump Administration’s tax cut-driven fiscal stimulus,read more
Mitigating risk starts with creating a risk management plan. Small business owners encounter multiple risks as they seek to grow their business into a successful operation. Check out another online document from our library that walks readers through some of the risks they may face and how to overcome them.read more
Are you dreaming of a mountain cabin or an oceanfront bungalow hideaway? Then you may want to consider that a vacation home can offer some tax savings. Whether you choose to use the home solely for enjoyment or combine business and pleasure by renting the property part-time, it is important to understand the tax lawsread more
As summer comes to a close, we here at AppreciatingSense™ |by Mink Wealth thought we might share a few tips to help you save money while you travel—in case you plan on squeaking out one more trip in the coming weeks!read more
When planning for retirement, most Americans think mainly about using tax-advantaged savings vehicles like 401(k) or individual retirement accounts, while failing to consider the triple tax advantages associated with saving for future health care costs using a health savings account, or HSA.read more
In 2018, a married couple making more than $199,000 cannot contribute to a Roth IRA, but there is a solution, that same married couple can each make a regular (non-deductible) IRA contribution and immediately convert into a Roth IRA.read more
The idea of a Robo investment is simple. Keep expenses low in a portfolio of Exchange Traded Funds with automatic rebalancing through the use of a computer program. Investopedia defines a robo-advisor (robo-adviser) as an online wealth management service that provides automated…read more