Life has likely felt like a whirlwind since the pandemic started. While adjusting to the new normal, it’s possible your insurance coverage has not been top of mind. But in reality, you could be missing out by not reevaluating your current coverage. Here are four insurance areas you should reevaluate right away. Read more
As we continue navigating the pandemic, there are a few financially savvy ways to spend your tax refund – both to help yourself out and stimulate economic recovery. Read on to discover a few ideas, you may even consider combining several together to make a greater effect.
I wanted to reach out to give you a heads up about the most recent stimulus. In it, there’s a small business tax credit, called the Employee Retention Tax Credit, or ERTC, that you will probably find important. If you qualified for PPP before, you’ll definitely want to know about this.
We have a new administration in Washington, and the Democrats control the House and the Senate. So, what’s next for taxes? In this video, I’m going to talk about could happen, and what you can do to potentially maximize your tax savings before the rules change.
Each year, around 86 percent of college students obtain some form of financial aid.1 In order to receive financial aid from the government, all students must fill out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid, otherwise known as the FAFSA. The FAFSA determines the financial need of a student based on factors such as family income and the prior tax year’s income.
With these factors in mind, it’s important to note that large windfalls like an inheritance could affect the amount of financial aid a student receives. If you’re worried about how an inheritance could affect your college-age child or grandchild, here’s what you need to know.
One year into the pandemic, Americans are continuing to strike a balance between staying safe and handling their day-to-day responsibilities. One major challenge we all face this time of year (pandemic or no pandemic) is filing our taxes on time. On March 17, less than one month until Tax Day, the IRS announced an extension for the 2021 tax filing season. Here’s what you need to know about filing your 2020 taxes.
Woodson Wealth Management to provide ongoing seminars and webinars to promote comprehensive and widespread financial literacy.
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Ramona, CA – March 20, 2021 – Jamie Lima is proud to announce a new partnership with the Association of Financial Educators (AFE). Established in 2008 with the mission of promoting widespread and comprehensive financial literacy, AFE is the market leader in providing free educational workshops to companies, organizations, institutions and entities of all sizes and in all market sectors throughout North America.
Over the last decade, AFE has worked with thousands of these groups to educate and uplift their employees and members through expertly taught, easy to understand workshops. AFE members are bound by a rigorous Code of Conduct that demands transparency, accountability and integrity, and agree to share their knowledge without discrimination or bias.
AFE’s members are comprised of experts in dozens of finance-related fields including investing, estate planning, tax, real estate, wellness and many more. These expert instructors generously donate their time in an effort to empower corporate and community groups to take control of their financial futures. AFE’s members share the common goal of fighting financial Illiteracy, gaining community exposure, and empowering through education.
“I spent my entire career working for large organizations, overseeing nearly $1.8 billion in assets and have worked with hundreds of households along the way. I consider myself, and any advisor we add to the firm, to be a financial educator first and foremost” said founder and president, Jamie Lima. “We don’t have quotas or sales goals, but we do have aspirations of helping as many people as we can make good financial decisions.”
After 15 years of working as a financial planner for Morgan Stanley and, most recently, Fidelity Investments, Mr. Lima launched Woodson Wealth Management last summer as an independent, fee-only advisory firm with a mandate to approach all of the advice provided from a fiduciary perspective.
To learn more about Woodson Wealth Management, please visit www.woodsonwm.com.
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As a high-level executive, your company recognizes your valuable contribution to progress and growth. In response, your compensation package looks a little different – and often more complicated – than lower-level employees. Equity compensation, such as stock options, is a common offering for executives, directors and managers. But the type of equity compensation offered may differ. If your company is offering you a phantom stock plan, or shadow stock, here’s what you need to know.
One year into the pandemic, individuals everywhere are experiencing emotional, physical and economical implications. In an effort to ease the pandemic’s detrimental effects, the federal government has recently passed a third stimulus package called the American Rescue Plan Act.
Eligible individuals and families will receive stimulus checks up to $1,400 per person. As a reminder, here’s what you need to know about your third stimulus check.