Our team’s look at Labor Day and new tools and content for business owners.
Social Security shortfalls are fixable and you should base your claiming decision on your financial situation, not news headlines.
See Rethinking When to Take Social Security for more.
Informative look from both sides of the covid endgame spectrum.
Chinese stocks had a tough summer, but institutional investors are taking advantage.
No, they’re not leaving the country or opening Swiss bank accounts, but they are using private placement life insurance.
The Very Rich Already Have a Plan to Escape Biden’s Tax Increase by Ben Steverman
Looking for more ideas, check out Minimizing Taxes Under Biden’s Proposed Tax Plan
Making the argument that investors have not yet priced in a potential corporate tax hike by looking at what you would expect to have happened in certain sectors and stocks if they have.
Investors Are Ignoring the Tax Elephant in the Room by Ben Levisohn
The SEC’s latest investor alert. Scams are on the rise. Protect yourself.
Digital Asset and “Crypto” Investment Scams – Investor Alert
Nick nails it with this one. “The quality of one’s relationships was more predictive of happiness than any other factor.” But beyond this insight he reflects on how to maintain those friendships as we age since studies show time spent with friends bottoms out in tour 50s.
What Really Predicts Happiness? by Nick Maggiulli
From Dorchester to the North End and the Lowell Highlands to North Quincy, check out these Greater Boston neighborhoods that are fantastic for foodies.
If you love food, these 10 Greater Boston neighborhoods are for you by Brian Cicioni
Robert Parker versus the French wine industry. Long piece for the oenophiles out there.
The Million-Dollar Nose by William Langewiesche
The Deficit Myth: Modern Monetary Theory and the Birth of the People’s Economy by Stephanie Kelton
Whether you think it’s a bunch of nonsense, completely agree, are somewhere in between, or just want to learn, this book is a great overview of MMT.