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Marijuana Regulations and Taxes - So Weird, Man

Marijuana Regulations and Taxes – So Weird, Man

By The Banker | Blog Posts, Texas

This post features obscure business tax accounting rules you’ve never heard of and (hopefully) will never encounter. (Do I know how to write a blogpost lede, or what?) And pot. It’s about pot. Did I forget to mention that? Ok, nobody thinks they want to know about obscure accounting rules but maybe – like me – you [&hellip

Solar Hosting - Free Money

Solar Hosting – Free Money

By The Banker | Blog Posts, Texas

One of the things I regularly fantasize about is free money. This puts me in line – at least in this small way – with the rest of humanity. One of the things that the seems to offer is free money, which sounds quite dreamy. Alongside my free money fantasy, I also have a fantasy [&hellip

VIDEO: The Very Intriguing Libertarian Ticket

VIDEO: The Very Intriguing Libertarian Ticket

By The Banker | Audio Posts, Taxes, Texas, Video

With Bill Weld (former two-term MA governor) joining the bottom of the Libertarian Party ticket alongside Gary Johnson (former two-term NM governor), I have to say I’m intrigued. They can count on: Elected office experience (far more than the presumptive GOP nominee) Track record (far more, etc) A decent runway on an issue that some [&hellip

VIDEO: 100 Percent Stocks For Retirement

VIDEO: 100 Percent Stocks For Retirement

By The Banker | Audio Posts, How Not To Invest, Investing, Personal Finance, Texas, Video

Greg Jefferson and I chat about my recent post, urging everyone to put 100% retirement money into risky assets (like stocks) rather than the traditional 60/40 split that every investment advisor says you should do. In this conversation I admit to my cynical view of the investment advisory business. Additionally I engage in a rant you [&hellip

100 Percent Risky Even In Retirement

100 Percent Risky Even In Retirement

By The Banker | Blog Posts, How Not To Invest, Investing, Texas

I’m only writing this for the 99 percent of people who are not yet wealthy. If you are already wealthy, you can choose to ignore this advice, or follow it or whatever, but I realize you have other choices. If you are not already wealthy, however, ignore the following advice at a high risk to [&hellip