Category Archives: advanced

MBA Series; BOND INVESTING – TAX FREE OR TAXABLE, WHICH TO CHOOSE?

Tax free or taxable bonds, the answer is as simple as a quick calculation. Decide whether you’re better off investing in tax free munis or taxable bonds.

6 Tax Tips For High Income Investors

High income investors have many legal ways to minimize taxes. Learn 6 tips to legally reduce taxes.

Retirement, Target Date Funds, Tax Considerations; Oh My!

Retirement, taxes, and investing are scary issues. This article lays out the pros & cons of target date funds and tax considerations too.

Should I Invest In a Target Date Retirement Fund?

Target date retirement mutual funds are quite popular. Find out whether this type of investment is the right investment solution for you.

Best Asset Allocation Based On Age & Risk Tolerance

Asset allocation can be informed by age and risk tolerance. But consider other factors when creating an asset allocation.

Free Investing Book

Free Book- How to Invest and Beat Most Active Fund Managers. Learn best practice investing and shut out the noise.

Don’t Spend Your Dividends

Dividends are not “free money”. Learn how reinvesting your investment dividends can supercharge your investment returns.

Speculative Investments – What Percent Should I Invest?

When and how much to allocate to speculative investments? If passive investing is the right strategy, is there room for any active investing?

Are Stock Markets Efficient or Not?

Is the stock market efficient or not? This article covers the controversy of the EMH hypothesis, an important topic in light of Fama & Shiller’s recent Nobel prizes.

WHERE TO GET A HIGH RETURN ON MY CASH

I earn over 10% lending through Prosper peer to peer loans. See proof of my returns and read about the process.

SEP IRA versus Solo 401(k)-Which is Better?

Entrepreneur’s can save for retirement with a SEP IRA and solo 401(k). Learn the differences and which allows for greater contributions

Sep-IRA’s; How to Increase Retirement Savings for the Self Employed

SEP-IRA’s are a great retirement saving option for the self employed. You can contribute up to 25% of your income and it will grow tax deferred.

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