As a young professional, it goes without saying that you have many things on your mind. From finding love to starting a family, from earning more money to growing your career, you're always on the go.
The path to equal marriage rights has been a long one for Florida's LGBTQ+ communities. Even today, the state legislature protects officials who refuse to take part in same-sex weddings.
In the 1985 film, "Brewster's Millions," Monty Brewster (portrayed by Richard Pryor) is set to inherit $300 million. However, to receive the inheritance, he must spend $30 million in 30 days and have the same possessions he owned prior to the influx of money.
As the calendar barrels ahead toward mid-April and tax day, people who haven't yet filed their forms with the IRS may be starting to think about doing so -- or at least, they ought to. Time has a way of sneaking up on us, particularly when we have an unpleasant task ahead of us, such as slogging through receipts, W-2 forms and other documentation we need to complete our tax return.
A divorce is often a financially difficult time in the lives of those who go through them. This is particularly true of those people who depend on the income of one person to provide for the family, especially children. When the breadwinner has a particularly lucrative career, the financial effect is considerable.