Restricted stock units (RSUs) are a common employee benefit. If you are being compensated with them, be sure you understand these 5 things.
Investing in a rental property can be a great way to generate passive income. Even though H-1B visa holders can be landlords, the process may require extra work.
College costs are rising fast. One way you can save for college expenses is through a 529 plan. Did you know that you can start saving in a 529 before your child is even born?
Many people find gambling to be great entertainment. You may have also noticed an enticing lottery jackpot and wish to join in on the fun. However, you may wonder if you are allowed to play the lottery or gamble while you are on a visa in the US?
If you have a job at a company that offers incentive stock options (ISOs), you may be excited and curious about how to understand, exercise, and benefit from them.
An ESPP can be a great way to get a discounted deal on your company’s stock. But when is the best time to sell your shares?
Are you a foreigner looking to buy a home in the United States? If yes, the good news is that anyone can buy a home in the US regardless of citizenship. But there are some key differences you should be aware of.
If you are a foreigner working in the US, it is a good idea to contribute to a 401(k) plan if your employer offers one. But what should you do if you move back to your home country?
Is your employer offering restricted stock units as part of their compensation package? When it comes time to apply for a mortgage for a home purchase, one logical question is: do my RSUs count as part of my income?
Did you know there’s a way to get up to $56,000 into your Roth IRA every year even though the contribution limit is $6,000 per year?
It can be confusing to differentiate between all the different types of retirement plans offered. The acronyms are confusing and there are different rules for each plan. We're here to distill it for you!
Cryptocurrency continues to gain in popularity and we field questions all the time from clients who are interested in or already invested in these assets. But here are five reasons we do not recommend cryptocurrency investments to MYRA Wealth clients.
For the top 0.01% of the American population who are subject to estate taxes because their estates exceed the $11.18M threshold, it’s crucial to plan ahead to minimize taxes imposed on assets upon death.