We’re winding down the final weeks of 2020 here, and there’s still some time to sure up your taxes for the year. It’s also not too early to look forward into 2021 and think about your tax strategy for the coming year as well.
Here’s what I’ve been reading this morning:
- As just stated above, it’s not too early to think about your tax strategy for 2021. In this post, we outlined 4 year-long tax tips for folks in retirement. Making your money last through retirement is crucial, so making the right tax decisions is important.
- Sticking to our tax theme today, this post is eye opening. It’s rather hard to have effective tax strategies if you don’t know one of the most basic factors in the tax equation. You need to know how much tax is coming out of your check.
- There’s been a lot of talk about the level growth stocks are trading at. They’re trading at such high levels for a reason. Michael gives an example of the company Snowflake of how he gets it and also doesn’t get it at the same time.
- It’s been noted recently how low interest rates are, and bond yields. This article takes a look at just how low corporate bond yields are getting, especially when you adjust for inflation.