nisiprius wrote:Can't get past the paywall, even from a Google search hit.
Maybe they finally decided that they want to get paid for their content.
Admiral wrote: I assume this does not count under the wash rules?
Admiral wrote:However, as you know transactions in tax-adv space are not reported on 1099-B, so how would the IRS know what was bought and sold?
tenkuky wrote:Hopefully this passes before we have to really withdraw...
student wrote:livesoft wrote:Was your starting airport affected the recent tornadoes?
I don't think so. They have flights leaving late afternoon today, so I don't think it is weather related.
dkturner wrote:Dabbling in inflation hedges in a low inflationary environment isn't exactly the road to riches shall we say.
goldendad wrote:Once the company pays you the dividend it is very difficult for them to spend it on corporate jets and meetings in Aspen and Hawaii.
Church Lady wrote:Hi Sidney, most people would tell you not to put more into repairing a car than it is worth. Maybe carpets are the same way.
jjface wrote:I would imagine that most people would retire long before they had so much play money
IMO, no. Main value for DAFs for me are (1) Tax rate arbitrage (2) donating appreciated securities and (3) making anonymous donations.vivekian123 wrote:- Is a DAF still effective for smaller contribution amounts? lets say I don't want to cross $1K.
BW1985 wrote:livesoft wrote:1. Ask for one for Christmas from your kids.
2. Have your kids put your phone on their family plan.
1. I don't have kids
2. See #1
mhalley wrote:A colonoscopy would be no fun because they knock you out for it.
ogd wrote:The proposition that "I will become my own bond manager so I don't have to look at the market value of my bonds" never made much sense to me.