With less than a month left in 2018, time’s running out for you to finish your wealth management and tax planning to-dos. Many tax opportunities have an annual expiration date of Dec. 31, and this year presents unique possibilities. Here are 10 items you can check off your lists before the ball drops on New Year’s Eve.
This is a recording of the presentation we have been giving on the changes to the tax code and how its going to impact everyone. If you are interested in reviewing how the law will impact you and your personal tax situation you can reach out to us to schedule a complimentary tax action plan. Contact us at 336-310-4233 or firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule your time. You can also visit www.thoriumwealth.com to contact us.
This is a guest folks from the folks at Fabric
One of the most important ways you can help protect your family is to write your last will and testament, which can do everything from distributing your estate to detailing who should take care of your kids if you were to pass away.
This process doesn’t have to be dry, boring or depressing!
To make it fun, we did a thought experiment using one of our favorite TV shows: What would Homer Simpson put in his will?
Here’s what we came up with:
A wide ranging conversation with Tony Isola about retirement planning for teachers. We talk about Tony’s time in the trenches as a teacher in NYC and the struggles teachers face. We talk about the conflicts in the public sector retirement space (FYI there are tons), the abuses we have seen and how to fix them. We also spend a few minutes talking about North Carolina’s Teachers Retirement Plan. (more…)
In this episode we have a discussion with Dr. Daniel Crosby about his new book The Behavioral Investor, the meaning of Success, psychology of investing and a host of other topics.
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Find Dr. Crosby on twitter @danielcrosby
What do FIRE, Hoops, Podcasts, Alexa, and Dave Ramsey all have in common?
They were just a few of the topics covered at FinCon 2018. This was my first FinCon and to say it was an interesting experience is an understatement. I didn’t know what to expect going into my trip to Orlando. While I have been to dozens of conferences over my career this one was different.
I can’t believe it is already September. 2018 is flying by and the adage of days go by slow, but years fly by and get more meaningful the older I get. This is a big week for me. I am going to be heading to FinCon. For those that don’t know FinCon is the largest conference for financial bloggers and I am one of the speakers. This is my first time speaking at a major conference so I’m not gonna lie I’m more than a little nervous. (more…)
History of TV and Money!
I’m gonna let you in on a dirty little secret. TV and pop culture have manipulated you and your brain!
It was by design. It has crept into your subconscious and it has caused you to make a bunch of bad decisions in your life and in particular your financial life. How much TV (Netflix) do you or your family watch in a day? A 2010 study showed that the average child watches more than 4.5 hours of TV a day. That’s over 1600 hours of TV in a year! Now let’s talk about how it affects you and what you need to do to fix it. (more…)
What’s Up With September and The Markets?
I read a lot of stuff every week whether it be blog posts, research papers, or books and occasionally I find something that is interesting and worth sharing. This morning I came across a blog post from Jay on The Markets where he throws out a very interesting and possibly crazy idea.
Only invest for the first 3 trading days of September and forget the rest of the month. (more…)
Bobby Bonilla Day and Retirement Planning
Every July 1st is an important holiday for New York Mets fans its known as Bobby Bonilla Day. I know what most of you are saying.
Who the heck is Bobby Bonilla?