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  1. Donald Trump’s Real Estate Math Tricks

    Is Trump’s Westchester County golf course worth more than $50 million – or just $1.4 million? That depends. Who pays for ...
  2. What Are Unrealized Gains And Losses?

    Gains or losses become “realized” when the stock is sold.
  3. How to Use Client Tax Forms to Gain More Business

    Financial planners can learn a great deal about their clients by looking at their tax returns. Here's specifically where ...
  4. These States May Face Junk Muni Bond Defaults

    Puerto Rico may not be the only issuing authority to default on its bonds. Several states are also in trouble--some due to ...
  5. Why It's So Important to Update Your Estate Plan

    As rules and exemptions tied to the estate tax change, so should your estate plan. Here's why updating it is so important.
  6. Buffett's Moat: How Sustainable is Tesla's Competitive Advantage? (TSLA)

    Discover the factors of success for Tesla and how its first mover strategy has led to its success as a pioneer in the electronic ...
  7. Investing Opportunities to Consider Before the Second Half

    Markets today are characterized by low returns and lots of “me-too” trades, but it’s important to remember low return doesn’t ...
  8. Puerto Rico Bonds: What Investors Should Know

    The real impact of Puerto Rico’s debt crisis has yet to be felt by investors, but it's coming soon.
  9. Will the Backdoor Roth IRA be Eliminated?

    The President’s 2017 budget has proposed several changes to the rules regarding retirement accounts with those for Roth IRAs ...
  10. Retirees: Beware of These 6 IRS Red Flags

    Tax audits are stressful and can result in expensive fines. Here are six things to know about when it comes to sidestepping ...
  11. Is a Universal Basic Income Practical?

    Should the government be responsible for giving every citizen a fixed amount of money?
  12. Is It True That You Can Sell Your Home And Not Pay Capital Gains Tax?

    Based on the Taxpayer Relief Act of 1997, if you are single, the first $250,000 you make on your home sale is not subject ...
  13. Assessing the Value of the Roth IRA Conversion

    Learn how the interplay among an intricate web of factors in a Roth IRA determines the strategy’s potential value.
  14. Tax Deductions on Mortgage Interest

    If you're a homeowner, this is one item you want to understand and use on your return.
  15. Using a Dependent Care Flexible Spending Account

    A dependent care flexible spending account can help you care for loved ones who need your help.
  16. Top 10 Home Business Tax Tips

    If you work for yourself, make sure you are getting the most for your tax dollars.
  17. 4 Reasons Small Businesses Fail to Grow

    Owning a small business can be financially rewarding, but there are certain obstacles that may make building sustainable ...
  18. Ireland Economics: 3 Troubling Similarities to Greece

    Discover how recent political changes in Ireland could compromise years of balance sheet improvements and economic growth, ...
  19. Estate Planning: 16 Things Prince (and You) Should Have Done

    The must-do list Prince and his advisors should have completed to avoid leaving his family without a will and an estate plan.
  20. How Did Puerto Rico End Up With So Much Debt ?

    Learn how heavy bond issuance, economic decline, oppressive social spending and a declining population combined to bring ...
  21. Comparing Regressive, Proportional and Progressive Taxes

    Learn about the basic differences between three common tax systems.
  22. Married Gays Are Surprised to See Bigger Tax Bills

    Gay married couples can now file joint federal and state returns, but they should know how the marriage penalty in the tax ...
  23. What Is Corporate Inversion?

    Corporate inversion occurs when a U.S. company buys or combines with a foreign company in a country with a lower corporate ...
  24. The Top 5 Countries for Dividend Investing (WBK, BBL)

    Read about the five best foreign countries for American dividend investors, based on a ranking of their average after-tax ...
  25. When a 401(k) Hardship Withdrawal Makes Sense

    If you've exhausted all other avenues, there are ways to withdraw funds before age 59½ – sometimes without the 10% penalty ...
  26. Here's the Best Way to Skirt Capital Gains Taxes

    Taxpayers who know the rules for netting gains/losses can generate additional losses to net against the taxable gains in ...
  27. What All the Candidates’ Tax Plans Are Missing

    The presidential candidates have starkly different tax-reform proposals – but none of them gets to the real problem of America's ...
  28. 3 Ways Tax Haven Governments Make Money

    If the governments of tax haven countries impose little, or no, income taxes, how exactly do these nations generate revenue?
  29. Assets the Ultra-Rich Use to Reduce (or Avoid) Taxes

    Paintings, oil wells and yachts can get great tax write-offs for their wealthy owners. All it takes is some smart gaming ...
  30. How Are Collectibles Taxed?

    If you plan to sell collectibles, it's imperative that you know the tax implications.
  31. Panama Papers: What Advisors Need to Know

    Here is how clients may be impacted by some of the issues brought to light by the Panama Papers.
  32. Can't Pay Your Taxes? What to Do Now

    Not enough cash on hand for your April tax bill? No need to panic. Here's what to do.
  33. OK, So I'll Be Smarter Next Tax Time

    5 tax resolutions to start on right now for a smoother tax return next April 18. Yes, it's the same date in 2017.
  34. Missed the Tax Return Deadline? Here's What to Do

    Most important: Do it now.
  35. Performance Review - U.S. Fixed Income in 2015

    Review the performance of the U.S. fixed-income securities in 2015, from the relatively strong U.S. municipal bond market ...
  36. Should University Endowments Be Taxed?

    Some politicians are calling for universities to pay taxes on their massive endowments. Should they?
  37. How Are Capital Gains And Dividends Taxed Differently?

    Individuals in the 25% or higher tax bracket pay a 20% tax on long-term capital gains.
  38. Filling Out Your W-4 Form

    When you start a new job, you’ll probably need to fill out a W-4 form. Here’s how to do it.
  39. Where You Get the Most/Least for Your State Taxes

    Are you deriving the greatest benefits from your tax dollars? A recent survey from WalletHub may indicate otherwise.
  40. What to Know Before Moving to a Lower-Tax State

    Moving to a state with different tax rules can be very tempting. Here are some things you should consider before moving for ...
  41. 3 Federal Income Tax Facts You Didn't Know

    Learn about three federal income tax facts that most Americans may not know from one of the most trusted financial resources ...
  42. Tax Credits That Can Get You a Refund

    Here are a few of the credits that may result in a refund check, even if you owe no taxes this year.
  43. One Market Where Oil Doesn’t Really Matter Much

    If you are getting worried that your portfolio will be affected by the recent slide in oil and energy prices, keep reading. ...
  44. You'd Be Rich If You Were Taxed Like a Multinational

    Oh, the money you'd save. Something to think about as you fill out your own taxes, which aren't getting a tax holiday from ...
  45. The 6 Most Liquid Muni Bond ETFs (MUB,SHM,TFI,ITM)

    Looking for safety in an uncertain world? Consider these liquid muni bond ETFs.
  46. How to Avoid the 6 Most Common Tax Audit Triggers

    These are the most common scenarios that can trigger the IRS to audit a tax return.
  47. Tax-Season Home Stretch: Last-Minute Deductions

    April 18th is almost here, but it's still not too late to find some last-minute deductions. Act now!
  48. What is Gross Income?

    Gross income is an individual’s total income before taxes and other adjustments are considered.
  49. Owe Taxes? You Could Lose Your Passport

    A rule slipped into a transportation bill allows the U.S. government to revoke your passport if your tax debt exceeds $5 ...
  50. Are credit card rewards considered taxable income by the IRS?

    Learn about when the Internal Revenue Service considers the financial value of gifts received from credit card reward programs ...
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