Year-End Portfolio Tweaks for an Unusual Year
What not to do with your investments and taxes is just as important as what to do.
Bloomberg, December 21, 2020
At this point in the typical year, this column would be filled with all the usual personal financial advice: max out the contributions to your 401(k) and 529 savings plans, add to your health savings account, make year-end charitable donations and make sure to rebalance your investment portfolio.
1. Highly Appreciated Stocks
2. Donor Advised Fund Contribution
3. Corona Virus Related Distribution
4. Beware of Home Office Deductions!
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