We're back with another edition, packed with the latest tips, insights, and trends.
Jody L. Holt, AAMS®
Holt Wealth Management LLC
Registered Investment Adviser
May 22, 2024
How Much Is Too Much Debt?
Debt is integral to modern life, whether for education, home-buying, or starting a business. It offers opportunities and financial flexibility but can become overwhelming if not managed properly. Debt includes money borrowed …
Newsletter Station
What Is the Earned Income Tax Credit, and How Does It Work?
The Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) is a significant tax benefit for low- to moderate-income workers. Created in 1975 and …
How to ask for a raise at work?
To successfully ask for a raise, first assess whether you meet criteria like taking on more responsibilities, excelling in your …
Finance Monthly
Changes from Visa mean you will carry fewer physical cards
Visa is introducing significant changes to credit and debit card usage in the U.S., aiming to reduce the number of …
ABC News
5 Ways to Make Sure You Don't Outlive Your Money
Women face financial challenges that heighten their risk of outliving their money due to longer life expectancies, lower lifetime earnings, …
Her Money
How to Map Your and Your Family's Financial Future
Develop a comprehensive financial plan to secure your family's financial future, including goals, wealth-building strategies, and debt management. Consider drafting …
Finance Monthly
The Average Tuition Discount at Private Colleges Hits 52%
Private college tuition discounts have reached a record high, with the average freshman receiving a 56.1% discount for the 2023-2024 …
"Where is that retirement income stream I keep hearing about?"
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The day was May 22. What year was it?
Great Emigration Departs for Oregon
What Year
A massive wagon train, made up of 1,000 settlers and 1,000 head of cattle, sets off down the Oregon Trail from Independence, Missouri.
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Quote of the Week
"Being an entrepreneur means the ability to think out of the box by putting away our fear of any risk, including financial."
What are the only states that accept the penny in toll booths?
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