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Laura Dogu

Laura Dogu is a contributor to The Bogleheads® View blog on Forbes.com. Portal:Main Page Development/News and blogs was a biweekly column appearing in Forbes magazine online from November 27, 2009 through December 17, 2010. Starting on December 31, 2010, Forbes replaced the article series with a blog.

Archive

Historical Bogleheads View articles can be viewed online at Forbes.com: The Bogleheads' View

The Bogleheads' View (9/27/09 - 12/17/10) - The Bogleheads: Advice Inspired by John Bogle (12/31/10 forward)
Date Title Topic Author Tag
2010-12-31 How Did Your Portfolio Perform In 2010? Portfolio Returns Laura Dogu Portfolio Returns
2010-12-17 Financial Tips For Those Who Hate Investing Investment Planning Laura Dogu Investment Planning
2010-12-03 Investing Books To Give This Holiday Investment Books Mel Lindauer Investment Books
2010-11-19 A Thanksgiving with John Bogle Bogleheads' History Mel Lindauer Bogleheads
2010-11-5 Is Active Investing Performance Chasing? Active vs Indexing Mel Lindauer Active vs Indexing
2010-10-22 With Future Returns Likely Lower, Taxes And Investment Expenses Loom Large Bogleheads Convention Laura Dogu Bogleheads
2010-10-8 Five Ways To Get Off The Car Loan Merry-Go-Round Turn Car Expenses into Retirement Savings Laura Dogu Saving
2010-9-24 Three Money Lessons From Teenagers Teaching Children About Money Laura Dogu Saving
2010-9-10 Six Ways To Teach Your Children About Money Teaching Children About Money Laura Dogu Saving
2010-8-27 Retirement Planning Simpler If You Ignore The News Saving and Investing for Retirement Laura Dogu Investing for Retirement
2010-8-13 The Truth About Equity-Indexed Annuities Annuities Mel Lindauer Equity Indexed-Annuities
2010-7-30 For Some Retirees, This Anuity Makes Sense Annuities Mel Lindauer Single Premium Immediate Annuties (SPIAs)
2010-7-16 Fixed Deferred Annuities: CDs With Gotchas Annuities Mel Lindauer Fixed Deferred Annuities
2010-7-2 Variable Annuities Don't Belong in Retirement Plans Annuities Mel Lindauer Qualified Variable Annuities
2010-6-18 How To Cut The Cost Of A Variable Annuity Annuities Mel Lindauer 1035 Annuity Transfer
2010-6-4 Annuities: Good, Bad or Ugly? Annuities Mel Lindauer High-Cost Deferred Variable Annuities
2010-5-22 How To Revamp Your Portfolio Asset Allocation Laura Dogu Investment Planning
2010-5-7 The Key To Tax-Efficient Investing: Asset Location Asset Location Laura Dogu Taxable Accounts
2010-4-23 What You Need To Know About IRAs Retirement Savings Laura Dogu IRAs
2010-4-9 To ETF Or Not To ETF ETFs vs. Index Funds Rick Ferri ETFs
2010-3-26 Actively Managed Mutual Funds Are Obsolete Active vs. Passive Rick Ferri Active vs. Passive
2010-3-12 How to Make the Most of Your 401(k) Retirement Savings Laura Dogu Retirement Savings
2010-2-26 Let Us Buy More I Bonds I Bonds Mel Lindauer I Bonds
2010-2-12 I Bonds: The College Tax Break I Bonds Mel Lindauer I Bonds
2010-1-29 The ABCs of Risk-Free I Bonds I Bonds Mel Lindauer I Bonds
2010-1-15 Risk-Free Yield? Consider I Bonds I Bonds Mel Lindauer I Bonds
2009-12-30 Hitting Your Target Asset Allocation Asset Allocation Laura Dogu Investment Planning
2009-12-23 It's All About Your Asset Allocation Asset Allocation Laura Dogu Investment Planning
2009-12-18 The Key To Investing Success: Start With A Plan Investment Policy Statement Laura Dogu Investment Planning
2009-12-11 Who Cares What The Dow Did Last Week? Tune Out Market Noise Rick Ferri Buy and Hold
2009-11-30 Last Minute Roth Opportunity No RMD in 2009 Presents a Roth Conversion Opportunity Mel Lindauer Retirement
2009-11-27 Meet the Bogleheads Introduction to the Bogleheads Mel Lindauer Bogleheads

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Rick Ferri

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Episode 032: Phil DeMuth, host Rick Ferri (04 April 2021)

Talking taxes with Phil Demuth, Ph.D. Phil is a Managing Director at Conservative Wealth Management, LLC, and the author of nine personal financ...

Episode 031: Jamie Catherwood, host Rick Ferri (25 February 2021)

Jamie Catherwood is a financial historian and the publisher of the website Investor Amnesia. H...

Episode 030: Sarah Newcomb, host Rick Ferri (29 January 2021)

Sarah Newcomb, Ph....

Episode 029: Frazer Rice, host Rick Ferri (01 January 2021)

Frazer Rice is the author of “Wealth, Actually: Intelligent Decision-Making for the 1%”, host of the “Wealth, Actually” podcast, creator of the "Wealth,...

Episode 028: Roger Lowenstein, host Rick Ferri (29 November 2020)

Roger Lowenstein reported for The Wall Street Journal for more than a decade and is also an award-winning book author. His work has appeared in Bloo...

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Mel Lindauer

Mel Lindauer is a contributor to The Bogleheads® View blog on Forbes.com. The Bogleheads℠ View RSS feed is listed above.

Mike Piper

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Investing Blog Roundup: Tracking Roth IRA Basis — Save Your Form 5498! (16 April 2021)

Recently I’ve received emails from a few different readers on the topic of tracking basis in a Roth IRA. That is, with a Roth IRA, you can remove contributions tax-free and penalty-free at an...

Does a 401(k) Rollover Count as a Pension for the Social Security Windfall Elimination Provision (WEP)? (12 April 2021)

A reader wrote in recently with the following story/question: For the last several years of my wife’s work before retiring, she had worked for a government agency and no SS had been collected...

Investing Blog Roundup: “Cookie Cutter Retirement Plan” Presentation (02 April 2021)

As I mentioned a couple of weeks ago, I recently gave a presentation for the Detroit and Minnesota Bogleheads groups about the “Cookie-Cutter Retirement Plan” concept. Here is the link to the Zoom...

Predicting Tax Legislation is Harder Than Timing the Market (29 March 2021)

Timing the stock market is hard. It’s so hard, in fact, that there’s a reasonably broad consensus that it’s unwise to even try. And that’s in spite of the fact that, when at...

Investing Blog Roundup: Upcoming Bogleheads Event (19 March 2021)

Next Saturday (3/27), I’ll be giving a presentation for the Detroit and Minnesota Bogleheads groups. But, since it’s via Zoom, anybody is welcome. The topic will be the “Cookie-Cu...

Allan Roth

Allan currently blogs at AARP, ETF.com, and writes for Financial Planning Magazine.

Bill Schultheis

Bill Schultheis
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NationalityAmerican
Alma materTexas A&M University
OccupationAuthor, financial adviser
OrganizationSoundmark Wealth Management, LLC
Notable work
The Coffeehouse Investor; The Coffeehouse Investor's Ground Rules
WebsiteCoffeehouse Investor

Portal:Main Page Development/News and blogs is a bogleheads.org reading list author

In 1998 Bill Schultheis created the Coffeehouse Investor in an effort to bring a simpler and smarter investment philosophy to individuals and corporations across the nation and around the world. He has appeared regularly on Seattle’s PBS Serious Money program, is a guest contributor on NPR’s Morning Edition and wrote a syndicated investment column for eight years.

For 13 years he worked with retail and institutional accounts for Smith Barney in Seattle, WA. For the past eight years he has been a principal and fee-only financial adviser, currently with Soundmark Wealth Management in Kirkland, WA.

Schultheis grew up on a wheat farm in eastern Washington, attended Washington State University, and graduated from Texas A&M University in 1982.

When he’s not working, he can be found on the golf course, camping on Mt. Rainier, cooking in the kitchen, writing his next book, and enjoying the company of his wonderful family and friends.

— Bill Schultheis

Books

  • Schultheis, Bill (2009). The Coffeehouse Investor: How to Build Wealth, Ignore Wall Street, and Get On with Your Life. p. 224. ISBN 978-1591845843.
  • Schultheis, Bill (2020). The Coffeehouse Investor's Ground Rules: Save, Invest, and Plan for a Life of Wealth and Happiness. p. 160. ISBN 978-1119717089.

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Larry Swedroe

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The Finance Buff

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2020 2021 2022 ACA Health Insurance Premium Tax Credit Percentages (08 April 2021)

If you get health insurance from ACA, the government sets the percentages of income you are expected to contribute toward a benchmark policy.

The post Covid Retirement Account Withdrawal in TurboTax and H&R Block (29 March 2021)

If you withdrew from your retirement account due to COVID in 2020, follow this to get the special tax treatment in TurboTax and H&R Block tax software.

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How To Enter Mega Backdoor Roth In H&R Block Tax Software (20 March 2021)

Follow these easy step-by-step explanation with screenshots when you enter the 1099-R form for your mega backdoor Roth into H&R Block tax software.

The post How To Enter Mega Backdoor Roth in FreeTaxUSA: A Walkthrough (15 March 2021)

Follow these easy step-by-step explanation with screenshots when you enter the 1099-R form for your mega backdoor Roth into FreeTaxUSA.

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If you're self-employed on ACA health insurance, TurboTax and H&R Block software may give wrong numbers for the subsidy. Use this calculator instead.

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Investing blogs

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Vanguard stable value funds vs. money markets in three charts (06 April 2021)

Vanguard head of stable value, Patricia Selim, looks at the debate between stable value funds and money market funds, and weighs in on what she thinks is better for plan sponsors and their particip...

Rising rates don’t negate benefits of bonds (01 April 2021)

Why investors should maintain their bond positions even in an environment of rising interest rates.

Asset bubbles and where to find them (08 March 2021)

It’s hard to identify an asset bubble. We assess whether future income scenarios can justify an asset’s price.

It’s time to focus on well-being (01 February 2021)

More than retirement saving, we believe a financial well-being program should produce positive outcomes that are financial and emotional.

When stocks get ahead of fundamentals (28 January 2021)

Recent market events underscore the importance of a long-term approach to investing.

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