What Can We Do NOW?
Admittedly we are not Certified Public Accountants and so we [...]
Granted, the tax bill and the media will continue to [...]
The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act is voluminous, so I [...]
Clearly, the historical data shows the markets' performance being positive [...]
U.S. Market Recovery After Financial Crises: All-Stock Portfolio Stock prices [...]
When people don’t know what they don’t know, it may [...]
Overall, the study reports that women lag behind men in money management skills and investing - the very basics of financial fitness. Sadly, only 16% of women report that they have
Curious to me, that despite the magnificent winning record during those glory years, Andy said that Coach Wooden didn’t talk about winning. He focused on
The March 26, 2012 Time Magazine cover depicts a figure [...]
Today, as you most likely already heard, the DOW Jones [...]
On Women and Money last week, we frequently mentioned "the [...]
Well I was informed this Christmas that last year's Cocoa [...]
Well the only good thing about a stock market decline is that we owe LESS taxes on the earnings...ahem, I mean on the lack-of-earnings. In fact, it gets better. We can (and should) take up to $3,000 of losses over and above those which offset our capital gains, as a tax loss.
Many women fear becoming a bag lady in this troubled economy and are searching for ways to spend less to better ensure their money lasts as long as they do.Because we cannot control the economy or the stock and bond markets' rise or fall, we may be tempted to live our lives as if this current state of contraction would last our lifetimes. Surely it will not.