Welcome to the latest Financial Friday Round-Up, our weekly column filled with the best things for you to read, watch or listen to regarding finance around the web. Below you will find a video on quarterly tax payments, a free to-do list app for busy schedules, an article on The Great Resignation, and more.
The National Association for the Self-Employed made this video to answer one of their most frequently asked questions: do you really have to make quarterly estimated tax payments? The answer is a little complicated — watch this video for the full explanation.
This week in Business Insider, a grad school student and freelancer wrote a rave review for Todoist, a free app that helped her keep track of assignments, deadlines and time off during her busy schedule. Read the full review to see if the app could help you reach your goals as well.
“The Great Resignation,” experts are calling it — that is the name for the recent phenomenon in which 4.3 million Americans quit their jobs in August 2021. Economists have been searching for answers as to why, and NPR’s Planet Money spoke to UC Berkeley economist Ulrike Malmendier who says it could be influenced by generational experience. Check out this fascinating article for insight into how experiences shape our economic lives.
The Wall Street Journal issued this helpful guide on choosing a Medicare plan, diving deep into the fine print to help readers over 65 choose wisely. It can be hard to change your mind once you have settled on a plan, so be sure to read this article if you or a loved one is approaching the decision soon.