Investors rarely think about their tax bill when they invest. They conveniently forget all about the IRS until the end of the year - or even worse, they ignore taxes entirely until the eve of April 15th. But there's a simple way to DECREASE your tax bill, INCREASE your gains AND do so without added complexity or volatility in your portfolio. So why doesn't everyone use this secret?
By Ian Wyatt | Jan 7, 2013
Sure, the indices ramped higher following the deal struck between Republicans and Democrats on January 1. However, many analysts agree that higher taxes may hurt GDP this year.
By Kevin McElroy | Nov 14, 2012
Why small investors should be concerned about the fiscal cliff, and what they can do about it.
By Ian Wyatt | Apr 30, 2012
Apple (Nasdaq: AAPL) has become the richest company on planet. And here's one overlooked reason why.
By Ian Wyatt | Dec 27, 2011
There's a simple way to DECREASE your tax bill, INCREASE your gains AND do so without added complexity or volatility in your portfolio.
By Ian Wyatt | Sep 22, 2011
After Congressional Republicans sent Fed Chief Bernanke a letter that
politely demanded the Fed cease on desist on all stimulus activities, I
half expected Bernanke to drop a liquidity bomb on the market
By Ian Wyatt | Sep 16, 2011
Not only are we failing to get any traction to employment due to the stagnant economy, companies that have screwed up are continuing to shed payroll to get costs in line with their revenues, companies like Bank of America (NYSE:BAC) and Cisco (Nasdaq:CSCO).
By Chris Preston | Apr 6, 2011
The Federal government is on the verge of shutting down as politicians are unable to agree on budget cuts for 2011. Yes, 2011. It's April, and Congress has failed to approve a budget for the year.
I'm not pointing any fingers here. But there are a few things that make me wonder. 5% of the U.S. population controls nearly 64% of American wealth. And yet budget proposals would rather restructure Medicaid than raise taxes on the most wealthy.