I’m writing this just a few feet from the beach – from the comfort our little self-converted recreational vehicle (RV). This is roughly our seventh month on the road – and almost one year since I’ve left the office. As I’ve enjoyed learning a whole new skillset in the van-building process (electronic schematics, electrical soldering), […]
I’ve come across two distinct clients recently who were experiencing identical issues. Both clients were single women on the cusp of retirement. And, as with almost every middle-class American, these two distinct clients faced an identical situation: They had not saved enough money. The simple (obvious?) solution to their savings shortfall was to downgrade their […]
Imagine a retired client. Being 68 years old, he’s managed to save a bit of money over his lifetime. Whatsmore, that money is spread across different types of accounts: His tax-deferred traditional IRA His tax-free Roth IRA The family’s taxable investment account Being that the client is retired – and a good portion of his […]
No one likes taxes. So, why not strategize on how to save on them? Listen up for a few strategies to decrease your tax bill.
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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Investors in illiquid real estate should be compensated with investment returns above what U.S. stock market investors receive. This is because real estate is illiquid – whereas U.S. large cap stocks are highly liquid. Historically, U.S. stocks market investors received an investment return of roughly 10% per year. Therefore, investors in illiquid real estate should […]