Love & Money: Financial Talks For Every Stage Of Your Relationship

Love & Money: Financial Talks For Every Stage Of Your Relationship

    When do you start talking about money in a relationship? While financial compatibility in a relationship is important, no one wants to explain their 10-year student loan payment plan on a first date. Nevertheless, money habits (especially the less-than-favorable...
What 2020 Taught Us About The Stock Market

What 2020 Taught Us About The Stock Market

    2020 was brutal in many ways: Nearly400,000 Americans were killed by COVID-19. Unemployment peaked at 14.7%, the highest since the Great Depression. Hundreds of thousands of businesses failed, and entire industries, such as travel and restaurants, were devastated....
How To Cut Your Taxes, And Boost Your Dividends, Like The 1%

How To Cut Your Taxes, And Boost Your Dividends, Like The 1%

    Now that the Democrats control the House, Senate and the White House, you’re probably wondering what the new administration means for your tax bill—and your portfolio. There’s good news here, and it comes in two parts: first, the tax hit likely won’t be as much as...
Is Inflation About to Take Off? That’s the Wrong Question

Is Inflation About to Take Off? That’s the Wrong Question

    Some analogies can help in assessing the risks: a yo-yo, hungry bears, a sloshing bathtub and a reflating balloon. The warnings that higher inflation lurks around the corner are starting to show up everywhere. They are appearing in some business surveys, with...