How to reduce taxes with a taxable investing account.

Earned income is the hardest income to protect from financial predators and we need to do all we can to reduce our tax burden. One of the best ways to do this is to use your taxable investing account as tax efficiently as possible. This article will enable you to do just that. For mostContinue reading “How to reduce taxes with a taxable investing account.”

What’s Your Investment Gauge?

I was reading the White Coat investor’s blog the other day and he had written something that was very profound and it was a good gauge to test what level of investor you are. Here is the quote below “I have often said that beginning investors have trouble following their plan at market lows, intermediateContinue reading “What’s Your Investment Gauge?”

Investing 101 for the buy and hold investor

Sometimes it’s hard to do what’s important and what matters as it pertains to investing. It’s not the return on your investments that ultimately matter, but its if you’re able to stay the course in order to get that long term compounding interest that will double and even quadruple your investments every 10 years orContinue reading “Investing 101 for the buy and hold investor”

How to Avoid Speculative Investing

I recently wrote about having a reasonable investing plan and how important it is to have one, but It’s even more important to have an investment plan during times of market volatility than in bull markets. If not you may be investing speculatively and be unaware of it. Benjamin Graham once said The greatest dangerContinue reading “How to Avoid Speculative Investing”

How to Pay For College

College will likely cost between $60K and 100K a year in the next 20 years. This is based on the projected 3% yearly increase from the current average cost of $25K for public universities and $40K for private universities. The cost would increase to $240k and $400K respectively for a public and private college education.Continue reading “How to Pay For College”