Increase in 2023 HSA Contribution Limits

The IRS recently announced the contribution limits for HSAs for 2023. So when January 1st rolls around, check the amount you (and possibly your employer) are contributing and make adjustments if necessary. As I've written about before, maxing out your HSA contributions and using it as a stealth retirement account can be a great idea … Continue reading Increase in 2023 HSA Contribution Limits

What’s In My Portfolio?

A while back I read How I Invest My Money, a fairly short book that is comprised of 25 financial "experts" describing how they invest their money. It was interesting to see the different perspectives and rationales, so I thought it might be helpful (to somebody?) if I shared my1 portfolio. I look at our … Continue reading What’s In My Portfolio?

Colorado’s First Step Program for College Savings

I've written about 529 plans before and how I believe, for most folks, they are the best way to save for a child's possible future college education. This is especially true if your state plan offers some kinds of tax incentives. For example, in Colorado your contributions are deductible from your state taxes each year, … Continue reading Colorado’s First Step Program for College Savings

I Bonds: A Safe Short-Term Investment with Some Yield

There's been increased interest in I Bonds lately, due to a combination of low interest rates on savings and CDs and a recent increase in inflation. Physician on Fire has an excellent article on the ins-and-outs of I Bonds, including great step-by-step instructions on how to purchase them. Since he's done such a nice job, … Continue reading I Bonds: A Safe Short-Term Investment with Some Yield