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2024 Financial Checklist

The start of a New Year is a good time to share our financial checklist again. We created our checklist in January of 2020, as we began a new decade, to help people take a fresh look at their financials. As Financial Advisors, we are dedicated to educating our clients and our community about the importance of their financial health. We hope you find this checklist helpful! You can download the checklist here:

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NJ ANCHOR Benefit Program Renewed for Second Year

The “Affordable New Jersey Communities for Homeowners and Renters” program (ANCHOR) has been renewed for the second year. This year’s program provides property tax relief to NJ residents who either owned or rented their main residence on October 1, 2020 and met the income limits (Your 2020 NJ gross income was not more than $250,000 for homeowners, and $150,000 for tenants). Some important information to take note of:

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BFG in the News: Victor answers a reader’s question about contributing to a Roth

Victor Cannillo, NAPFA-Registered Financial Advisor, is quoted on this topic, answering a reader’s question on NJMoneyHelp.com by Karin Price Mueller, “I’m 69. How long can I contribute to a Roth?”, originally published on June 27, 2023. For 2023, the total contribution limit is $6,500 per year; $7,500 if you’re over 50. You can contribute to your Roth IRA in perpetuity as long as you’re still…

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How to File an Extension on Your 2022 Tax Return

With the filing due date fast approaching, you are probably in the process of collecting all of your tax-related documents from the past year. 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 16, 2023. Continue reading to learn how to file a paper tax extension.

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2023 Financial Checklist

The start of a New Year is a good time to share our financial checklist again. We created our checklist in January of 2020, as we began a new decade, to help people take a fresh look at their financials.  As Financial Advisors, we are dedicated to educating our clients and our community about the importance of their financial health.  We hope you find this checklist helpful! You can download the checklist here:

Investing Financial Planning Taxes Retirement Planning Social Security Insurance