Gundlach: Long Bond ‘Melt-Up’ Coming
Star bond manager Jeffrey Gundlach roused Altegris conference attendees with a bullish call on long-term bonds, poised, he says, for a “melt-up.”
Honeymoon’s Over: Helping Gay Couples Manage 2013 Tax Hikes
Accountant and lawyer Janis Cowhey McDonagh helps same-sex married couples, and all taxpayers, navigate the myriad changes that went into effect this year.
6 Solutions for the Stressed-Out Advisor
Here's how to not be a victim of your own success.
Real Estate and Taxes: Benefits, and Limitations, of Investment
The experts at Tax Facts Online look at the tax implications of real estate ownership.
Charitable Giving Linked to Higher Stocks, Not Lower Taxes
The stock market has risen 5% year to date, and that helps philanthropic giving more than fears over ending the charitable deduction hurt it, the U.S. Trust wealth strategies advisor Ramsay Slugg told AdvisorOne.
On Romney’s 2011 Return, HNW Tax Preparer Says, ‘I’ve Never Prepared One This Complicated’
One thing that was clear from the 379-page return was the benefit the Romneys have reaped from lower rates on long-term capital gains.
What I Do in My Practice, Pt. 5: Taxes and Home Buying
Yes, it’s a good time to buy, considering the prices available in much of the country. But don’t forget the tax issues when buying a rental home.