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Working at the #1 Best Place to Work

By Amy Yurkewitch | July 7, 2021

What’s it like working at the #1 Best Place to Work? During a pandemic? When you start with the company in March of 2020? Unusual? Undoubtedly. Surprising? Certainly. Extraordinary? Absolutely. And… simple. Simple? Yes, simple. We all want to be treated well and respected and have challenging and fulfilling work, and that’s simply and exactly…

5 Questions You Should Ask Yourself Before You File Your Taxes – Part 1

By Glassman Wealth Services | April 14, 2021

Should I do my own taxes or hire someone to do them for me? The answer to whether you can do something and whether you should do something may often yield different results. While many of us can file our own return, whether you should file your own taxes comes down to comfort level, complexity,…

5 Questions You Should Ask Yourself Before You File Your Taxes – Part 2

By Glassman Wealth Services | April 14, 2021

What documents do I need to get started? Whether you decide to do this on your own or decide to hire someone to help with your tax filing, you’ll need to gather important information and documents first. What you will need varies, depending on your tax situation. Here is a link that provides an overview…

Which Is Better – Traditional or Roth Retirement Accounts?

By Glassman Wealth Services | April 14, 2021

One of the most common retirement planning questions we receive from clients of all ages revolves around traditional and Roth retirement accounts. In this post, we’ll provide some of the main differences between these kinds of accounts, and some of the strategy involved with deciding which you should use. The key difference between these two…


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