One of largest tax cuts in U.S. history is now law. And the most complicated section in the new tax law is proving to be the new tax-rate reduction for the so-called “pass-though” entities, including partnerships, S corporations, LLCs, and sole proprietorships. Careful planning by business owners now is critical to maximizing tax benefits.Read Post
While most professional athletes are hopeless about money matters, we can learn important lessons from their mistakes. Here are four that Chris Dudley gleaned from athletes who beat the odds.Read Post
In what seems to typify modern markets, price and yield moves that used to take several months, now happen in a matter of weeks or merely days. The start of 2018 has been characterized by volatility and another leg higher in yields.Read Post
With the failure of Congressional Republicans to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act, tax reform is now thrust to the front of the line as the White House and Congressional Republicans look for their first major legislative policy win.Read Post
Athletes who were once paid multi-million dollar contracts are struggling with debt and forced into bankruptcy. For most outside of the professional sports arena, it’s incomprehensible. Chris Dudley, a Senior Wealth Advisor and Director of Boston Private's Sports & Entertainment division, discusses how someone who was paid so much can lose it all so quickly.Read Post
Stocks enjoyed another positive quarter, posting a 6% gain through September 30. Can market gains continue or will the contentious presidential election increase volatility?Read Post
Washington policy expert, Doug Fisher; Sullivan & Worcester's tax law expert and partner, Amy Sheridan; and Boston Private’s Managing Director, Brian Lopez as they review the new tax cuts for pass-through entities and small businesses, including planning tips and considerations to maximize the benefits under the new law.Download iTunes Read Post
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