Jim Dahle, the physician who edits the White Coat Investor blog, hypothesized a week or so ago that it might make sense to add your spouse to a small … [Read more...] about Paying Payroll Taxes to Bump Pension Contributions
As a tax accountant, I am programmed to think about taxes. To worry about people paying too much in taxes. To obsess over tactics that allow clients … [Read more...] about Why You Don’t Need to Worry about Taxes in Retirement
Last week, I blogged about the tax reasons direct real estate investment may be a better, more tax-efficient choice than using options like an IRA or … [Read more...] about Real Estate vs IRA and 401(k) Accounts: Part II
I’d like to broach an awkward subject with you. Specifically, I’m going to present the case for direct real estate investment as an alternative to … [Read more...] about Real Estate vs IRA and 401(k) Accounts: Part I
In an online forum recently, I saw someone suggest you can accumulate a $10,000,000 Individual Retirement Account or 401(k) account. This is … [Read more...] about $10,000,000 Individual Retirement Accounts and 401(k)s: Actually Possible?
In the recent paper, “The Rich Get Poorer: the Myth of Dynastic Wealth,” Robert D Arnott, William J. Bernstein, and Lillian J Wu analyze the arguments … [Read more...] about The Rich Get Poorer: the Myth of Dynastic Wealth
U.S. taxpayers get get tripped up more easily than they usually realize when it comes to interests in foreign investments or income from foreign … [Read more...] about Do You Have a Foreign Trust to Report to the IRS?