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How to Prepare for Market Volatility

Market volatility can be scary to even the most experienced investor. The stock market has been on a wild roller coaster ride in recent years, though it’s not really anything out of the ordinary when you look at historic trends.… Read Now >>


Schedule C vs. Schedule E for Short-Term Rental Income—Which is Better?

March 23, 2022
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Do you have a beach home, mountain getaway or other type of property that you rent out on a short-term basis? If your average rental period is less than 30 days, you will generally have two options for claiming your… Read Now >>



Crypto Security 101: Custodial vs. Self-Custody

March 9, 2022
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If you read our last Crypto Security 101 article (if not, click here), you should have good password hygiene for your cryptocurrency account(s). Now, you have to make an important decision on where to hold your assets. Do you use… Read Now >>


Crypto Security 101—5 Tips for Better Digital Security

March 2, 2022
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Blockchain technology provides some natural security because of its decentralized system. However, no financial data is ever 100% safe online. Security is important when it comes to any cryptocurrency holdings and dealings. As we continue our blog series on Crypto… Read Now >>


Crypto Security 101—3 Key Components of Digital Investing

February 23, 2022
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Many investors are exploring the crypto market. It’s an exciting time with different cryptocurrencies and NFTs that present unique investment opportunities. However, it’s important to understand that this asset class is still in an early adoption phase. There are extra… Read Now >>


The Downsides to the 7% Series—Inflation-Indexed Bonds Everyone is Talking About

February 16, 2022
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As inflation continues to grow in the United States, many investors are turning to inflation-indexed bonds. They offer a relatively safe and steady investment gain when other markets are experiencing more dramatic ups and downs. The two primary U.S. inflation-indexed… Read Now >>


A “Project” To Pay For College Tax-Efficiently

February 9, 2022
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The tax code says, “The term ‘net earnings from self-employment’ means the gross income derived by an individual from any trade or business carried on by such individual . . .” What is Considered a Business? The Supreme Court ruled… Read Now >>


Preparing Yourself Mentally for an Inevitable Market Correction

February 2, 2022
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All financial markets are generally cyclical in nature. There will be ups and downs. There will eventually be market corrections after long periods of certain economic trends. We’ve been fortunate to experience more than a decade of strong stock market… Read Now >>


Protecting Yourself Against Inflation

January 25, 2022
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The Social Security Administration announced a 5.9% cost-of-living adjustment (COLA) for benefits in 2022. This represented a major increase after averaging under 2.5% for the past 10 years. We’ve experienced significant economic inflation in the past year and the new… Read Now >>