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In the world of farming and other self-employed occupations where you likely do not have an employer-sponsored 401(k) plan, securing a comfortable retirement can be a unique challenge. However, an increasingly popular option gaining traction among farmers and other self-employed individuals is the Solo 401(k). Learn more about this powerful tool in this short advisor insight.
Have you recently received a letter from the State Treasurer noting you have unclaimed property in Nebraska? In today's world, it might be hard to tell if the letter you've received is a scam, but there is one way to check if it's legitimate - perform an unclaimed property search.
Part of providing for yourself after graduation may include repaying your student loans, which can be a major responsibility. If you're like most borrowers, you likely want to consider all of the options you may have for managing your student loan debt. Learn about one key strategy for tackling student debt in this short article.
Wondering when you should cash out your I-Bonds? Learn more about how I-Bonds work and when you should consider cashing them out in this short article.
Whether money issues or uncontrollable circumstances was or is the cause of your or a loved one’s stressful relationship with money, it’s important to recognize that financial health can also affect a person’s mental health.
Unused 529 Plan Funds? You have options
Not sure what to do with your unused 529 plan funds? In this article, we discuss five spending options to consider to avoid overfunding your 529 plan.
Marginal Tax Rates: Here's How They Work
Confused about how tax brackets work? Don't worry, you aren't alone. Learn more about how they work in this informational article.
Claim Your Nebraska Property Tax Credit
Regardless of your income tax situation, if you pay property taxes in Nebraska, you are eligible for a refundable income tax credit.
The SECURE Act 2.0: How It May Impact You
SECURE 2.0 is intended to expand and increase retirement saving, especially for low-income and part-time employees. Financial Advisor Nathan Wyatt provides a summary of many of the changes in this insight.
The Sandwich Generation
As the U.S. population continues to age, the “sandwich generation” is caught in the middle, supporting both their parents and their children, whether financially, physically, or emotionally.
What You Need to Know About the FAFSA
To determine if you qualify or if your student qualifies for federal student aid, here's what you need to know
Employer Retirement Plans: Benefits to You & Your Employees
Offering a retirement plan to your employees can be a valuable tool to help attract and retain employees. Here are some more reasons to consider offering this incentive.
529 College Savings Plans: What Are They and How Do They Work?
529 savings plans provide two significant federal income tax advantages: tax-deferred growth and tax-free withdrawals if used for qualified education expenses. Here is a practical example of how parents of a newborn might use a 529 plan to save for college expenses.