Could your next cup of coffee kill you? That’s the subject of an ongoing legal case in California.
The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act is one of the biggest tax reforms in years, and many Americans are still trying to make sense of it.
This is a spectacular opportunity to take gains, pay no tax on them … and use those gains to make even more money — potentially tax-free.
Small-business owners can run a company that is a manifestation of their ideas. But one of their central responsibilities is filing an accurate tax return.
The details about tax reform are only now becoming clear. When it comes to warnings, however, better late than never … especially when your money is involved.
There’s a tax credit that could substantially lower your tax bill … as well as another bill that’s just as hard to avoid.
As you’re filing your taxes this year, keep in mind that decisions about tax rates aren’t the only thing that can affect you.
For two years, I’ve thought that taking advantage of Puerto Rico’s tax decrees might backfire. But I’m now convinced that’s not going to happen.
A few weeks back, my father, Banyan Hill’s own Bob Bauman, took me to task for something I’d written in Sovereign Investor Daily (not for the first time, either). I’d said, in regard to the American tendency toward harsh judicial punishment, that “we like it that way.” “Who’s this ‘we,’ Lone Ranger? Count me out, […]
Collectibles are a way to protect your assets not only from upheaval in the market, but also from the uncertainty we are facing with an out-of-control government and the upcoming presidential election.