Saturday | July 17, 2021
After years of hard work, Kevin and Anna slowly started to see a bit of discretionary income each month. Like all of us, they started thinking of all the ways they could use the small “extra” they were seeing … family vacation, a “new-to-them” vehicle, new carpet for the bedrooms … or should they just save it? College was not that far off for their oldest. If they started saving, what type of account would be best? They realized they had been focused on living paycheck to paycheck for so many years that they really didn’t have a plan for how to use some extra income. They wanted to be wise in their decisions but felt lost as to where to start.
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Advance Child Tax Credit Payments Sent to 35 Million Families
On July 15, 2021, the IRS sent over $15 billion in Advance Child Tax Credit (ACTC) payments. The first set of advanced payments will benefit approximately 35 million families with an estimated 60 million children. Payments will be made each month during the…
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