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Dividing to save tax – otherwise known as "income splitting." Here are five ideas to consider: https://tgam.ca/2DtaYqg

Income splitting between family can make all the difference when tax time comes
tgam.ca

Some interesting stories (& potential) in this article!
http://bbc.in/2DXRCuk

There’s mounting evidence that brain damage has the power to unlock extraordinary creative talents. What can this teach us about how geniuses are made?
bbc.com
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"Stocks have generally climbed during presidents' first year in office, a few times even more than they have under Donald Trump. The market would most likely have gone up under Hillary Clinton as well if she had been victorious. That's how sentiment works" https://bloom.bg/2mWv3im

The sectors that have benefited under the president mirror those of his predecessor.
bloomberg.com

I have yet to meet someone from Newfoundland that I didn't like - so while this story is amazing, I'm not actually all that surprised! https://tgam.ca/2BfYbWf

Only in the unique island would a stranger hand over her car keys to a visiting family, then insist they had to take them
theglobeandmail.com

Sharing my latest newsletter...Insights: Outlook 2018 + Skijoring? Shoot me a note if you'd like it sent direct to your inbox http://bit.ly/2DkWxoj

Great infographic from RJ on the outlook for investors in the coming year:
http://bit.ly/2rjDQzF

Review this visual summary of the Raymond James Investment Strategy Committee's outlook for investors in the coming year.
raymondjames.com

The importance of diversification: "a boring way to invest but it’s the simplest form of risk control for those who would like to avoid going broke or losing their mind in the markets" + always remember: "No asset class outperforms always and forever."

http://bit.ly/2DHKQZz

Updating My Favorite Performance Chart For 2017 Posted January 14, 2018 by Ben Carlson Each and every year since I started this website I’ve updated the following asset allocation quilt: For the second year in a row each asset class on this chart was positive. 2017 was a good year for investors. L...
awealthofcommonsense.com

Great chart in here. "It dwarfed the Nasdaq Composite Index’s gain during the headiest days of the 1990s. Going further back, it comfortably outstripped the Mississippi and South Sea bubbles of the 1700s. It even topped the Dutch tulipmania of the 1630s"
https://bloom.bg/2DcVF52

Bitcoin’s recent wobbles have given fresh urgency to a question that’s gripped market observers for much of the past year: Will the cryptocurrency go down as one of history’s most infamous bubbles, alongside tulipmania and the dot-com craze?
bloomberg.com

And that's despite women representing just 14% of partner-level positions in global hedge funds!
http://bit.ly/2DCRO2b

fnlondon.com

Approx. 90% of people fail to keep their New Year's resolutions. Don't be one of them: https://tgam.ca/2D6PwHD

If your motivation for achievement is high, that in itself is a very important ingredient for success. Here are some tips that will help
theglobeandmail.com

Some good tips to keep in mind as we get closer to tax season: https://tgam.ca/2mylVQQ

Claiming home accessibility expenses and tuition costs are just a few of the ways to reduce your tax burden
theglobeandmail.com

When so many global resources are devoted to curbing crime, anti-money laundering, etc it is not surprising that governments are looking at cryptocurrencies:
http://reut.rs/2qVf3BU

South Korea's government said on Thursday it plans to ban cryptocurrency trading, sending bitcoin prices plummeting and throwing the virtual coin market into turmoil as the nation's police and tax authorities raided local exchanges on alleged tax evasion.
reuters.com

Good little clip from CNBC interview with Raymond James chief investment strategist:
http://cnb.cx/2EvqHW1

Jeffrey Saut, Raymond James chief investment strategist, and Mark Luschini, Janney Montgomery Scott, chief investment strategist, weigh in on what's driving stocks higher and whether valuations are becoming too rich.
cnb.cx

"In terms of cryptocurrencies, generally, I can say with almost certainty that they will come to a bad ending," - Warren Buffett
http://cnb.cx/2Ewrp5r

Billionaire investor Warren Buffett tells CNBC the recent craze over bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies won't end well.
cnbc.com

Many successful women (& men!) are realizing that taking care of themselves has the added benefit of taking care of their businesses and shareholders.
https://bloom.bg/2DdsUGc

Female execs are heading to $5,000 fitness retreat weekends to tone up, blow off steam, and network.
bloomberg.com

"With sporting incomes at historic highs, players are left to ponder what to do with their disposable income. One way to build their brands and do some good at the same time is through philanthropy."
https://tgam.ca/2CEzlAR

Well-paid pros build their brands and do some good at the same time
tgam.ca

Some good ideas that you may not have otherwise thought about:
http://read.bi/2m6n6qB

Forget old-school self-help. With this 31-day guide using the best life advice from 2017, you can head into the new year feeling confident to tackle anything.
uk.businessinsider.com