TULSA, Okla. - While the biggest tax increase is hitting those making more than $400,000 to $450,000 a year, financial planners say middle income families should take time to take a hard look at their finances, savings and investments.
Rod Yancey is a certified financial planner and says, "Take time to look into how you're going to save for retirement, to look into your unique tax situation and to look at how you're going to invest your assets, really to get where you want to be."
You can find more information savings and investments and about certified financial planners at www.fpanet.org/chapters/tulsa .
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