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BFG In the News: Nick answers a reader’s question about how a parent can help their son be more responsible with money

Nicholas Scheibner, CFP®, is quoted on this topic, answering a reader’s question on NJMoneyHelp.com by Karin Price Mueller, “How can I help my son be responsible with money?”, originally published on September 29, 2021. This is a common issue for parents who are looking to teach their children more financial responsibility. The options range from “least restrictive” to “most restrictive”. And the costs and complexities vary with each option.

BFG In the News: Nick answers a reader’s question about how CSRS benefits may affect Social Security

Nicholas Scheibner, CFP®, is quoted on this topic, answering a reader’s question on NJMoneyHelp.com by Karin Price Mueller, “Will survivor benefits from federal pension lower my Social Security”, originally published on March 4, 2022. The Civil Service Retirement System is a contributory retirement income plan for certain Federal Employees. Typically...

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How to File an Extension on Your 2021 Tax Return

Tax returns must be submitted by April 18th this year. If you realize that you are going to need more time to compile information for your tax return or haven’t received all of the documents you need, it will be in your best interest to file a tax extension. This will extend the due date up until October 17, 2022. Continue reading to learn how to file a paper tax extension.

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BFG In the News: Nick answers a reader’s question about working and contributing to retirement plans

Nicholas Scheibner, CFP®, is quoted on this topic, answering a reader’s question on NJMoneyHelp.com by Karin Price Mueller, “I’m 75 and working. Can I still save in an IRA or 401(k)?”, originally published on July 13, 2021. Under the SECURE Act, you can now continue to make contributions to a 401(k) or IRA if you have earned income, with no age limitations.

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