In order for you to be eligible for divorced spouse benefits, your marriage must have lasted for at least 10 years. Additionally, you must be divorced for at least two years before divorced spouse benefits are payable.
As you accumulate wealth in pursuit of financial goals, have you given any thought to estate planning?
Have you ever wondered what your chances are of being audited by the IRS? The IRS conducts tax audits to ensure financial information is reported properly according to the tax laws. These audits help reduce the “tax gap” (i.e., the difference between what the IRS is owed and what they actually receive).
Managing that wealth is a little different than acquiring it. If you have significant assets, you’ll likely face unique and complex challenges regarding your wealth and your legacy,
Working toward financial success can create opportunities, such as providing for your family, sending your kids to college, buying your dream home, and living the retirement you envision. Our clients who have achieved financial success have several lifelong habits that they commonly practice and live by.