DOES YOUR MONEY NEED A PASSPORT?

DOES YOUR MONEY NEED A PASSPORT?

Economic inequality is a hot topic in today’s world. Researchers here and abroad consistently show the top 1% of earners gobbling a disproportionate share of gains throughout the world. This trend has more and more thinkers debating what to do about it. Do we redistribute the pie, so that everyone has a more equal share? Or do we grow it so that everyone can have a bigger slice?

6 Cost Saving Tips for Travelling in Retirement

If you saved all your working days to live the retirement of your dreams, you probably want to travel — and to experience the best hotels, meals, and adventures while you're on the road. In fact, traveling is the number one goal of retirees, even more than spending time with friends and family, according to a poll from the TransAmerica Center for Retirement Studies. But instead of blowing the bank, you likely want to spend your money wisely to ensure many great trips to come. Here are some smart ways to save — as well as savvy ways to spend — as you tour the world.
 

What Does Social Security Mean to You?

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In the Bipartisan Budget Act of 2015, the government removed the ability for Americans to take advantage of two advanced filing strategies.

Despite these changes, one thing still stayed the same: many Americans file for Social Security without ever getting a professional analysis of their personal situation.

That is why it is so important to get a personalized copy of YOUR Social Security Maximization report. This report can help show you WHEN and HOW to file so you can get the largest possible lifetime benefit.
 

Call today, (704) 490-4111, to schedule a time to get your report completed.

Quartermaster Has Moved and Launches New Website!

NEWS RELEASE                      

Contact: René Jack
Marketing Director
Office:
704-490-4111
Email: rene@quatermastertax.com

 

 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

 

(Charlotte, NC– July 15, 2017) - on July 1, 2017 Don Rasmussen Partner and Certified Tax Strategist for Quartermaster Tax Management, announced the Company will officially be moving to a new location at the Mallard Pointe office complex in North Charlotte, NC.

"Our office has expanded, and we are excited for this new launch!" said Don, "We ask you to please update your records with our new office/mailing address and phone number."

11020 David Taylor Drive
Suite 100
Charlotte, NC 28262

Phone: 704-490-4111.

Please Note: Walters CPA Group will remain at their current locations: 124 Floyd Smith Office Park Drive & 7400 Carmel Executive Park Drive

In addition, Quartermaster Tax Management has launched a newly redesigned website at www.quartermastertax.com. This new website will provide users a clean, uncluttered design that incorporates improved functionality and enhanced content. 

“With the new website and logo, we are taking the opportunity to strengthen and modernize how we represent our association to our clients and our community promoting faith based tax planning, savings & charitable giving” said Don.

To begin exploring what Quartermaster Tax Management can do for you, please visit our website at www.quartermastertax.com or connect on Twitter @QMTaxManage, Facebook: http://bit.ly/QMTaxFB, and LinkedIN: http://bit.ly/QMTaxLinkedIN.

 

 

 

 

 

 

About Quartermaster Tax Management

Quartermaster Tax Management, LLC corporate office is located in Charlotte, North Carolina with multiple locations throughout the United States. It is a registered tax planning and management firm. Providing tax and financial planning, asset management, and investment advisory services. For more information please call 704-490-4111 or visit www.quartermastertax.com.

 

4 Lessons Grandparents and Grandchildren Can Learn Together

If you're a grandparent, maintaining a strong connection with your grandchildren is important, but that may become harder over the years as they leave for college or become busier building their careers and families. While they're just starting out financially, you have a lifetime of experience. Although you're at opposite ends of the spectrum, you have more in common than you think. Focusing on what you can learn together and what you can teach each other about financial matters may help you see that you're not that different after all