Tax Planning and the Zero Sum Game

My partner, George Antone and I did a teleclass not long ago about the concept of the Zero-Sum Game. It was an eye opener for many students and I think it is time to revisit this concept because we’re past the half way point of the tax year. A little year-end planning starting about now would be a great idea!

Zero-Sum Game & The Stock Market You need to understand the definition of Zero-Sum Game because many of you are playing it and don’t know it. Here’s an example. Three guys go into a casino to play a little poker. They each have five chips at the table for a total of 15 chips in the entire game. At the end of the evening, one player has 5 chips, another has 10 and the third player has zero. A Zero Sum Game has just occurred for the loser. No more . . . → Read More: Tax Planning and the Zero Sum Game

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