Tim’s Top Links – 1/28/20

Yesterday was the first day the IRS began processing tax returns for 2019.  So from now until April 15th, make sure you get those tax returns filed!  Be sure to meet with an accountant if you have questions about any tax-related issues.

Here’s what I’ve been reading this morning:

‘Why Market Timing Can Be So Appealing’ – Nick Maggiulli – Of Dollars and Data

  • In his latest post, Nick dives into why having cash on the sidelines to “buy the dip” or time the market is so intriguing for so many investors despite the evidence.

‘Incumbency’ – Josh Brown – The Reformed Broker

  • Just a few years ago, ETFs were still the hot, new product for advisors and investors everywhere.  Josh writes about how that’s changed in his latest.

‘Spending in Retirement: An Observation’ – Ashby Daniels – Retirement Field Guide

  • Ashby makes an observation about spending in retirement in this post.  He writes about how spending, over a certain point, doesn’t seem to bring more happiness.

‘HSA: The Best Retirement Account You’re Not Using’ – Michele Cagan, CPA

  • Michele outlines why people should utilize an HSA account, how to open one, and the benefits that come from them.


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