Tag: end-of-year tax-planning

Top 10 Financial Decisions that Most People Take a Powder On — and Shouldn’t

According to The Free Dictionary, to take a powder means, “To leave a place suddenly, especially in order to avoid an unpleasant situation, as in, He saw the police coming and took a powder.” Lots of folks take lots of powders on lots of financial decisions. Doing so is never as effective […]

T’is the Season for 1040-Tweaking: A Schedule for End-of-Year Action

Halloween is now ten days passed. I know this because there is no longer any bite-sized bad-for-you-food on the reception desks in offices throughout downtown SF. Thanksgiving is less than two weeks away. I know this because the decorations are up and the holiday music is a blarin’. A bit […]