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All I Want for Christmas is a Gift of Stocks

(11/30/22) The US beats Iran in World Soccer, and markets gird up for the last Fed speech of the year by Jerome Powell; that will be the big market mover today, in addition to economic releases of Q3 CPI and Home Sales; We looks at the concept of stock gifting for Christmas, along with the tax implications, qualified charitable donations, and end of year IRA contributions; other end-of-year hurdles include Required Minimum Distributions, and the anticipated effect of Baby Boomers' RMD's on markets; the onset of December & Mrs. Roberts' birthday; open enrollment for Medicare plans;; Donor Advised funds for charitable intent; the benefits of bunching.
3:12 - Adult Kickball & Fed Speak
14:43 - Gifting Stocks for Christmas
30:29 - Clearing the Year-end Hurdles
44:28 - Onset of December & Open Enrollment
Hosted by RIA Advisors Chief Investment Strategist Lance Roberts, CIO
Produced by Brent Clanton, Executive Producer
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