Time for an annual review of your finances

Myers, Melissa; Tucker, Michael
October 2006
Echo Magazine;10/19/2006, Vol. 18 Issue 3, p44
The article discusses the basics of financial and legal planning for GLBT people. It advises to identify the assets earmarked for a given goal and decide how much to save every year towards the goal. It states that it is important to assess various risks as part of basic financial planning. It cites that unmarried couples can do year-end income tax planning to ensure that available income and deductions for the year are efficiently being allocated between them for tax purposes.


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