Civilization as we know it is being put on its head, forcing new perspectives and feelings for most people who are just trying to manage day by day and maintain some form of normality. This struggle gives rise to new ideas about living, working, family, and so on, but...

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US stocks participated in a surprising quick recovery soon after what was thought to be the beginning of a major destabilization. Part in thanks to a massive infusion of Federal Reserve stimulus, the market has already priced in the recovery from the Coron...

There's no guidebook for taking care of your mental health during a pandemic. Being stuck at home with limited access to other human beings can be stressful for most people, especially if this is going to be a long-term reality. Fortunately, there are things you can do...

There are two Covid-19 related resources for sole proprietors and small businesses that can be applied for now. This comes after the CARE Act which was past a couple weeks ago, the Treasury has issued new guidance and banks are only now implementing some of these progr...

The art world is getting even busier. I recently attended one of the most popular art fairs, Frieze, which debuted contemporary works in Los Angeles recently. The best pieces were bought by local celebs, collectors, and gallerists on the first night, invite/super-VIP e...

The Setting Every Community Up for Retirement Enhancement (SECURE) Act was passed late last year and set in motion real changes for how you will manage their retirement going forward. Here is a break-down of the changes and thoughts for managing the impact:

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Should you put your money in stocks or real estate has been the question of generations but there should by now be enough evidence to point us toward an answer. Keep in mind that basic principals of keeping your investments diversified, understanding investing tax cons...

This is the second year of the so-called, “Trump Tax Cuts” aka Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, enacted at the beginning of 2018. Controversies around these cuts, other than adding to the national debt, is that it capped itemized deductions to $10,000, including state and proper...

The World Bank’s 2019 annual report summarizes the continued struggle with its mission on ending extreme poverty while remaining optimistic and diligent in a few key areas. Their mission is “to advance shared prosperity and end extreme poverty” and they plan to do this...

If you're facing retirement, the only thing worse than the risk of being bored in retirement is the lack of funds keeping you from doing the things you want to do. Fortunately, as the saying goes, "you're not dead yet," and there are plenty of ways to generate some ext...

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