This week’s NetWorth Radio program features a two part report designed to advance investment skills with a deeper understanding of global capital flows.
Year to Date 2016 Mergers and Acquisitions
What do the largest buyouts tell us about the financial markets in 2016?
How does compression in interest rates impact corporate strategies?
Why are the equity indexes overpriced relative to investor return targets? What does it mean for investment strategy?
What do tax driven inversions tell us about the future of the equity markets?
Which countries are in recession and why?
Which regions have the strongest growth rates?
What are the implications for oil and the US Dollar?
Is there a strategy that can capitalize on recovering emerging market countries
Featured Research Solutions:
Investors are invited to improve decision making with a comprehensive tour of global economics, indicators, and actual results.
Networth Radio provides unique guidance designed to educate investors and improve decision making. Investors who find themselves overly pessimistic or overly optimistic are guided through common sense fact based research.
We look forward to Summer Planning Season and helping to coordinate your future success.
Tax planning updates: The summer is an ideal time to meet with your CPA. Completing extension filings and a preliminary 2016 return before the October rush can result in a more proactive process while CPA offices tend to have extra band width.
Vital Fiduciary Obligations that You May Already Have!
Trustee Boot Camp With Alex Tollen!
What You Must Do as an Executor or Trustee.
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What Happens when someone passes away:
1) The Probate Process
2) Executor – roles, responsibilities and fiduciary duty
3) What to do with real estate
4) Processing the distributions
Joint accounts, POA and trustee of trusts
1) To Joint account or to not Joint account: pitfalls and
risks of being a joint owner
2) POA is a better way to go for bank and brokerage
3) My parents have a trust and I am the successor trustee, now what?
a. Fiduciary responsibilities
b. It’s their money until its not
1) The “Windfall” Trap
2) How money works, compounding and total return
3) The importance of cash flow
4) Making the money last
5) Building an income base with the portfolio
6) Your budget
7) Teaching the next generation
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