dm200 wrote:The donating to a charity (that would take it) is something I would investigate.
it isn'tgerrym51 wrote:seems complicated
Blues wrote:I've been dialing back my equities as well in the current environment (but commensurate with my risk tolerance per my written IPS).
otbricki wrote:I burn mine to an archival quality CD or DVD and stick it into a file along with a paper copy of the return & support documentation.
Or a person could invest in all treasury notes they are tax free in all states.
Scooter57 wrote:Why isn't anyone questioning the assumption that $2M will generate $80K in dividends.
dickenjb wrote:I would never base my decision on where to live in retirement on taxes alone.
pjstack wrote:Well, to my chagrin, when I turned off the computer after the last posting the Killawatt went back to reading 18 watts.
Does anyone understand the persistence of equating "income" from a portfolio with what dividends are paid?
Blues wrote:I don't think the object of this "game" is to see who dies with the most money.
Scooter57 wrote:Walking away from the table when you've made as much as you need to make isn't market timing. It's prudent behavior.