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Glenda Moehlenpah CPA, CFP®

 

Financial Bridges

12975 Brookprinter Place, Suite 140, Poway, CA 92064

 

Phone: 858-486-0100

 

Email: glenda@financialbridges.com

Website: www.FinancialBridges.com

November/December 2023

Year-end Moves Can Benefit Investors

November through December is typically busy, so you may need to focus on something other than your current investments. But, before you carve the turkey and bring out the noisemakers, take some time to review year-end strategies that may improve your finances.

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Want to Share Your Wealth with Grandkids?

When grandchildren are young, finding a cool toy or the latest electronics for them during the holidays is easy. But last year’s presents may be long forgotten when the next holiday rolls around. This year, consider giving grandkids gifts that will benefit them for many years. Your financial and tax professionals can help.

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Higher 2024 HSA and HDHP Limits

There’s good news for anyone with a high-deductible health plan (HDHP) and health savings accounts (HSAs).

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Tax Planning for Your Business

How much do you understand about your business’s tax situation? Simply filing taxes each year without first engaging in strategic tax planning could mean your business overpays its taxes. Your tax, financial and legal professionals can provide guidance with the big picture in mind.

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Adopt Healthy Money Habits

Your relationship with money may have its roots in your childhood. If your family saved responsibly for the things they wanted to buy, chances are good that you will, too. But, if your family squandered money and never saved, their bad money habits may be influencing how you handle your finances. Make sure you’re practicing good money habits like the ones below.

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Tracking Holiday Debt

LendingTree, an online lending marketplace that allows borrowers to compare rates from multiple lenders, has conducted an annual holiday spending survey for eight years.

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Age 18? Legally an Adult

You might have a different opinion as a parent, but in most states, 18-year-olds are considered adults. That means you may no longer be able to make medical or financial decisions or access your child’s records without your child’s consent. Before heading to college or moving into an apartment with friends, your child should sign these basic documents, giving you legal rights on your child’s behalf.

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The SECURE 2.0 Act May Impact Your Financial Plans

The SECURE Act and SECURE 2.0 Act made several changes that could affect your retirement and estate planning. Understanding what they could mean for your plans and discussing your options with your tax and financial professionals should be a priority. This article summarizes some of the Act's provisions.

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