The nice folks at GRIP Financial actually like to read Federal and State tax rules and regulations. They stay current in order to be of service to those individuals that have placed their trust, their funds and their future in their hands. From left to right above are Board Members/Managers Stanley Bough, Stacie Tanaka and Tom Meissner.
Photo by Bill Martin
By Bill Martin
SACRAMENTO REGION, CA (MPG) - If you’re like most people without a degree in mathematics or a natural aptitude for financial planning, everything involved in managing your taxes, investments, healthcare, and any kind of financial management at all, is more than a daunting task. When you add to this, the last few years of financial instability for middle class America, many people are just trying to make it month-to-month, save their homes from foreclosure, pay for health insurance, and many, have all but given up hope of still having anything for retirement. How do you know if your family is better off with your current insurance or if you’re an ideal candidate for the new Affordable Healthcare Act? Let’s say that you’ve managed to stay afloat financially through the recession and might even have something set aside for retirement, but don’t know how to protect those funds from unknown taxes, or other hurdles that the future might bring to affect those funds?