Track your crypto investments using Personal Capital As many of you know, even though I am a Boglehead, I believe in cryptocurrency and blockchain technology. As such, I have allocated a small part of our investments to Ethereum and Bitcoin. However, as an avid Personal Capital user, it was frustrating that I could not easily… Continue reading How to set up Personal Capital to track your crypto investments
How we plan to pay $0 in taxes in 2021 This is neither tax nor investment advice and is for informational purposes only. One of the big challenges that I have had in my first year in early retirement is managing taxes and capital gains. You would think that taxes wouldn’t be such for someone… Continue reading 2021 Tax Planning – avoiding capital gains tax in retirement with TaxCaster
What do you do when you are left holding many, many, individual stocks? I fired my financial advisor last fall, only to find that I now own my own a mutual fund of 80 stocks. So if you were wondering what happens if you stick your head in the sand. Now you know. This is… Continue reading Do I own my own mutual fund?