With the expansion of the standard personal deduction and the related reduction in applicability of other itemized deductions from the 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA), many taxpayers are re-examining their charitable gifting strategies.
With infection rates falling and vaccination rates rising nationwide, many of us are beginning to see the light at the end of the pandemic tunnel. Yet, at the same time, many individuals are also reporting increased feelings of anxiety and vulnerability.
The trading app Robinhood.com has been in the news recently, especially in connection with the price feud in GameStop shares between hedge fund short sellers and individual investors.
It’s time for a pop quiz: What was the highest performing asset over the decade ending on January 1, 2021? US stocks? International bonds? Commodities? The stock market of a random emerging nation?
Several years ago one of my sisters sent me the following poem. It meant a lot to me, and I wanted to share it with you today:
One of My Favorite Days
We all love Christmas. Halloween is scary sweet.
I’m thankful for Thanksgiving, boy how we eat!
The big news from Capitol Hill this past week was the US House of Representative’s passage of President Biden’s $1.9 trillion stimulus package.
When we spend money, we’re doing more than simply buying things. We want to create feelings of happiness, satisfaction and well-being.