Ruth Maloney’s Breakdown of the Candidates Tax Plans

As I promised, I have some information for you about the broad strokes of the potential income and business tax policies of our candidates for President this year. It’s obviously a politically-charged issue, and so I’ve drawn from my own analysis, as well as the nonpartisan Tax Foundation. But I also hope to turn down the temperature on this issue … Read More

Ruth MaloneyRuth Maloney’s Breakdown of the Candidates Tax Plans

9 Questions For Sacramento, Placer, and El Dorado county Taxpayers To Consider for Tax Planning

I wanted to put this on your radar before the next few weeks, when (apparently) our nation (and perhaps even our little village of Sacramento, Placer, and El Dorado countyies) will be going down in flames. If we are to believe either/both sides of this nasty election, if Trump/Clinton steals/wins/loses the election, then we will have chaos/civil-war/armageddon and life/politics/Facebook as … Read More

Ruth Maloney9 Questions For Sacramento, Placer, and El Dorado county Taxpayers To Consider for Tax Planning

Ruth Maloney’s Key To Raising Rich Kids

In a few weeks, I intend to post here a look at the tax policies being proposed by each presidential candidate. Much of it is “campaign bluster”, but some of it does show how each of them might affect your wallet, and mine. In the meantime, there’s a lot of argument and news these days about them releasing their personal … Read More

Ruth MaloneyRuth Maloney’s Key To Raising Rich Kids

Ruth Maloney’s Six Steps For Dealing With Errors On Your Credit Card Statements

I write these notes on Mondays, and as of today, we don’t yet know what kind of drama (if any) will occur during the presidential debate set for tonight. But regardless of all the political posturing, we’re all facing so much emotion these days. From the Terence Crutcher shooting, to the unrest in Charlotte, and all over the American map, … Read More

Ruth MaloneyRuth Maloney’s Six Steps For Dealing With Errors On Your Credit Card Statements

Seven Free Tips For Identity Theft Protection For Individuals & Families

With the recent bombings in New York and New Jersey, the nation seems (once again) to be on edge, and the news channels are (once again) analyzing non-stop the ramifications of it all, what should have been done, what could be done, etc. Fear can run rampant within us if we don’t guard our mind. I’ll leave the analysis to … Read More

Ruth MaloneySeven Free Tips For Identity Theft Protection For Individuals & Families

Ruth Maloney’s Tax Planning Strategy For 2016

Lots of important things are happening in the world these days, but based on what I’m seeing in social media, perhaps the thing that people are MOST interested in is the return of NFL and college football. Perhaps that causes a mere shrug of the shoulders for many, but regardless of how we feel about it, what it DOES signify … Read More

Ruth MaloneyRuth Maloney’s Tax Planning Strategy For 2016

Ruth Maloney’s Six Tips On Money Happiness & The Science Of Spending

How was your long weekend? Look — whatever your opinion about labor unions, I think we all appreciate an extra “day off” now and then (though, as with many business owners, my “day off” wasn’t exactly just burgers and the pool … we’re working hard on getting ready for tax season around here). Because, as you probably heard sometime last … Read More

Ruth MaloneyRuth Maloney’s Six Tips On Money Happiness & The Science Of Spending

An Overview Of Student Tax Credits, Benefits & Deductions By Ruth Maloney

There are people on social media who are already posting hopeful pictures about “Harvest Time” and “Fall 2016”, and I think it might be because this summer has been a really hard one for the nation, and our world. We’ve had terrorist attacks, Zika, terrible flooding in multiple states, political turmoil, a very surreal Olympics (though seasoned with wonderful stories). … Read More

Ruth MaloneyAn Overview Of Student Tax Credits, Benefits & Deductions By Ruth Maloney

Ruth Maloney’s Five Ideas For Establishing A Side Hustle

A couple things need to be said before I get into the meat of what I’m writing today. Firstly, our thoughts and prayers are with the residents of Louisiana and the Gulf Coast who withstood 7 trillion gallons of rain in just one week, and this disaster is shaping up to be extremely significant. As usual, the best way we … Read More

Ruth MaloneyRuth Maloney’s Five Ideas For Establishing A Side Hustle

Ruth Maloney’s Financial Goals By Age

Despite what they’re saying about the low TV ratings for these Olympics, almost everyone I know is talking about them. Michael Phelps, Simone Biles, Simone Manuel, Usain Bolt … the great stories are flying at us so fast that it’s almost hard to keep track. I’m so grateful for the streaming options this year so we don’t have to miss … Read More

Ruth MaloneyRuth Maloney’s Financial Goals By Age