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Americans: Here’s Help On How To Position Your Portfolio For Tax-Efficient Investing

As the income tax filing deadline f[or U.S. citizens] looms this month, many of us already have an idea of how painful April 15 will (or will not) be. If Uncle Sam took a big bite, it may be worth reviewing for next year’s tax season to see whether you’re doing everything you can to retain the most of your investment income. If you haven’t filed, however, there is still time to open or contribute to an IRA account that may help shrink your taxable income. This article presents 4 questions whose answers could] help position your portfolio for tax-efficient investing and do consider exhausting the limits on the strategies outlined below.

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Dividend Paying Stocks Have 2 Major Advantages – Here They Are

An attractive aspect of owning dividend paying stocks, specifically, dividend growth equities, is the fact they tend to hold up better in down market environments. The favorable result from this characteristic is it takes a smaller upside return to make up the losses incurred in a market decline. Here are the details.

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Where Should You Put Your Money? Why?

The question comes up again and again and again; where do you put your money? Well, there is a way to invest that makes sense, that's easy to implement, and that has a high chance of succeeding in meeting your long-term goals at the end of the road. Let me explain.

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You, Too, Can Achieve a 100% Return on Your Investments – Here's How

When I first considered a high-yield investing strategy, my goal was to devise a portfolio that yielded between 6% and 8% annually. To be sure, that's a worthy starting point. Years from now, however, I expect to own a portfolio that yields 25%, 50% and even 100% on the cost basis of many of the investments in that portfolio. [You, too, can achieve the same return on investment for your portfolio. Here's how.] Words: 636

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4 Tips to Survive the Coming Economic Crises

The politicians in Washington tell us the economy is recovering. Well, maybe so ... as long as you don't need a job. The problems facing this country — in debt, energy, lost jobs, unbalanced budgets and more — continue to mount. In short, I think we're headed for a head-on collision with hard times. Are you going to be ready? Words: 1386

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