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Who is Moore and Why His Law Means More Than Most Realize

Does it seem like technology continually advances at a breakneck pace? What was once novel and revolutionary one day (remember music CDs?) becomes outdated and archaic the next (when was the last time you listened to a CD?). Does it also appear that newer, more powerful technology is more affordable than ever before? TVs, Laptops, and even Echo Dots continue to increase their functionality, utility, and processing power at ever more affordable prices. If this is something you've witnessed it's not an illusion and you're not dreaming. It is a well-documented phenomenon called Moore's Law and this discovery explains much of the rapid advancement of technology we've all seen.

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LGBTQ IRA Beneficiary Planning After the SECURE Act

Since the SECURE Act became law in December 2019, there has been a lot of talk in the press that the “Stretch IRA era is over”. The “Stretch” referring to the ability of the beneficiary of an IRA to stretch out Required Minimum Distributions (RMDs) from the IRA over the beneficiary’s lifetime. It is true that the SECURE Act has changed the rules for some beneficiaries of IRAs who now have only 10 years to fully distribute the funds inside inherited IRAs. But there are notable exceptions that impact LGBTQ estate planning when it comes to choosing beneficiaries.

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Can You Contribute to an HSA? - The Triple Threat of Retirement Saving Accounts

In show-business, few can claim that they are the much sought after triple threat. While many can sing and dance, or act and sing, few stars can sing, act, and dance exceptionally well. When it comes to tax-preferential savings there is one account that can sing, dance, and act above the rest. This ever elusive triple threat of the retirement savings world is none other than the Health Savings Account (HSA).

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Equifax Data Breach Aftermath - Filing Your Claim

If you live in New Hampshire or Massachusetts, you've likely heard about the Equifax security breach that occurred in 2017. This was the attack where hackers were able to get personal information of more than 145 million Americans. Recently, Equifax has agreed to a settlement of up to $700 million dollars to compensate individuals impacted by the breach.

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