Tim’s Top Links – 4/26/19

The NFL Draft really is an interesting event every year.  The sentiment surrounding so many draft picks is extremely polarizing, and realistically unwarranted given the players have yet to touch an NFL field.

It’ll be interesting to watch which “sure things” and which “bad picks” turn out to be quite the opposite!

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

‘A Great Career For Moms’ – Blair duQuesnay – The Belle Curve

  • Not only for mothers, but all parents, being a financial advisor is a great career choice that offers schedule flexibility during hectic times.

‘Are Annuities Really So Terrible?’ – Michael Batnick – The Irrelevant Investor

  • Annuities are constantly getting dunked on by advisors in the industry, but Michael offers a few interesting caveats to consider when reviewing the performance of an annuity.

‘When Treatment is Harder Than Diagnosis’ – Daniel Egan

  • There are plenty of behavioral biases, and it’s easy to become aware of them.  What’s NOT easy is actually doing something about it.

‘Made a Mistake on Your Tax Return? 15 Things You Need to Know’ – Forbes

  • Now that tax season is over, if you’ve realized a mistake on your return?  Fear not, here’s some things to consider!


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