Tag Archives: money

Do you have too much cash?

How much cash is too much cash?  That’s the topic of BR’s latest article, “How Much Cash Should You Hold In A Portfolio?“.  It’s a great question, and one I’ve struggled with repeatedly over the past few years. According to … Continue reading

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FINCON13 in Pics

Check out PTs slideshow from FINCON 13 – St. Louis style. This is the story of #FinCon13, told by attendees, speakers, sponsors, and staff in their Tweets, and Instagram and Flickr photos. Had a blast, and am looking forward to … Continue reading

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Newest Denomination of the Euro

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Tax Time – Goodbye Schedule D-1

When I first heard that the IRS was getting rid of the Schedule D, there was a fraction of a second when I thought that this might actually mean my taxes would get a little less complicated. Unfortunately, I heard … Continue reading

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Who Is Liable For (Bad) Free Investment Advice?

When it comes to free investment advice, you need to have very selective hearing. Why? Because most free investment advice isn’t really free, and ends up costing you way more than it is worth. The SEC has warned investors in … Continue reading

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The simplest way to avoid back taxes

I published this article back in August 2010, but since it is tax time, I figured it would be good to revisit the topic… The simplest way to avoid back taxes is to file a tax return. It really is … Continue reading

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