There has been a lot of discussion lately about how to solve the crisis of rising health insurance and the growing number of uninsured. I don’t know about you, but none of the solutions sound very good to me. At best, universal healthcare seems to be marginally effective at best where it’s been implemented. Having people without health care in a society as affluent as ours is distasteful. The taxpayers footing the bill for those who can’t or won’t have health insurance is aggravating. Are there any good solutions? I think there is – but nobody is talking about it. Read more
Archive for Ensen Mason
29 Mar 2018
13 Mar 2018
As a CPA, I am asked a lot of questions regarding tax benefits and credits for children. One of the more interesting questions I have heard is “Why do they take away benefits as the kids get older? They don’t cost less, they cost more – a lot more”. While I don’t really have a good answer, one thing I do explain is that there are different benefits and credits that apply to older children as it pertains to their college education.
One of the biggest decisions in a person’s life is what college to attend – or whether to attend at all. The decision and the subsequent attendance and performance will likely have more of an impact on their overall comfort and life style than any other event or decision in their lives.