The Truth About Active Investing

By Drew Overton | May 17, 2021

Volatility was a key theme for 2020, as the market was trying to predict the timeline of the economic recovery while simultaneously reacting to short-term headlines. The stock market price fluctuations presented lots of opportunities for investors with cash on the sidelines. In addition, new trading platforms such as Robinhood decreased the barrier to entry […]

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Rollover Rules for Previously-Required Minimum Distributions for 2020 Expanded

By Drew Overton | August 14, 2020

A lot has happened since our last tax planning update. States have implemented their own strategies for re-opening, new areas have been impacted by the virus, and it’s rare if you don’t see someone wearing a mask while out and about. With all the uncertainty regarding the virus, we want to ensure that you are […]

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Not Our First Rodeo

By Robert W. Tull | March 23, 2020

Monday, I was returning from an extended trip with my family. We had been out west, which we love to do near winter’s final gasp, getting some hiking and skiing in before the Virginia spring begins. It seems there have been numerous trips like this where news comes out while we’re away, which results in […]

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