Bitcoin & Cryptocurrency - Things You'd Like to KnowJanuary 9, 2018
Now that the dust has settled on the New Year, it's always interesting to see topics that stood out in the headlines from the previous year. Donald Trump, the Russia Probe, the Las Vegas Shooting, Hurricane Irma, Harvey, and Maria, the solar eclipse, and North Korea would certainly all be at the top of the list. Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies have certainly received their share of intense media attention, especially of late, and as you heard financial pundits make their predictions and prognostications for the coming year, the cryptocurrency discussion doesn't appear it will slow down anytime soon. This might…
Year-End Tax Planning Tips In Light of Recent ReformDecember 22, 2017
Tax laws will be undergoing some significant changes with the recent tax legislation reform. Here are five items to consider doing before end-of-year: DEFER INCOME With individual marginal tax rates dropping at the beginning of the year, consider deferring end-of-year income into 2018. PAY BUSINESS EXPENSES Currently, employees are allowed to deduct unreimbursed business expenses if they exceed 2% of their gross income. These deductions are set to expire at the beginning of the year under the new tax reform law. Consider paying any remaining business expenses this year to take advantage of these deductions before they go away. PAY…
TDC’s Quarterly Market Review for Q3 is now availableOctober 9, 2017
This report features: World Capital Market Performance, Global Overview, Returns of Stock and Bond Assets in the US and International Markets, Global Diversification, and much more.
TDC Issue Briefs: Quit Monkeying Around!October 3, 2017
In the world of investment management there is an oft-discussed idea that blindfolded monkeys throwing darts at pages of stock listings can select portfolios that will do just as well, if not better, than both the market and the average portfolio constructed by professional money managers. If this is true, why might it be the case?