Biden’s Tax Plan for the Wealthy
President-elect Joe Biden’s plan to tax the wealthy may have unintended consequences for all Americans, including you.
California (Bad) Dreamin’: The Wealth
The idea of a wealth tax is politically convenient for some, but history has shown that it doesn’t work.
How To Avoid These Common Financial Mistakes in 2020
Early to mid January is the time of year when I like to reflect on 2019 so I can then start planning for a productive and satisfying 2020. I find that if I give thought and thanks to the year just passed, I can dive into the new year with renewed energy and focus. Last […]
Medicare For All – What’s the Cost for The Middle Class?
With the Holiday season winding down in the Cutter household, I’ve been reflecting a lot on this past year, and looking forward to what’s to come in 2020. Maeve has been home from college for Christmas so we’ve had a lot of time to catch up, and she’s given me some new ideas to ponder […]
Do You Have a Retirement Blind Spot?
I’ve mentioned here before about the new drivers in our house, Sophie and Phoebe. I won’t lie to you that I have to get mentally prepared before hopping into that passenger’s seat with my new drivers; and may even double up on the blood pressure medicine to boot. Seriously, it’s a great feeling to see […]
Understanding Social Security, How It’s Taxed, and How It Impacts Income
Sunday mornings are always busy in the Cutter household. I allow myself to sleep to 6 a.m., exercise, then retreat to my home office where I succumb to deep thought and write our financial discussions for the week before we leave for church at 11. My girls have learned over the years if they see […]