For most people, tax season has now come and gone. However, that doesn’t mean you should forget about your taxes until next spring. The “off-season” for accountants can be the most beneficial time to work with one. You can really hone in on your tax situation to optimize your taxes for next year!
Here’s what I’ve been reading this morning:
- Jeff did an exercise looking at a portfolio he named the “Do Nothing” portfolio vs. the S&P 500 over time, and the results are very interesting! He breaks down what led to the “Do Nothing” success, and what takeaways we can grab from this demonstration moving forward.
- Interest rates have been rising for over a year now, but looking back at 2022, very few banks did much to hedge against those rising rates. This article looks at what banks did, or didn’t do, to hedge against interest-rate risk.
- Ben answers a question that a lot of hopeful homeowners are asking right now. Unfortunately, there’s usually more than just one factor playing into a situation, and Ben looks at everything going on in the housing market.
- Trying to copy the professionals as an individual investor may actually NOT be the way to go. In this post, Jason explains why individual investors should avoid investing like professionals working under different constraints.