Clark discusses changes from Netflix, the overall morphing of streaming services across providers and how to protect your wallet with the changes underway. Also, time for year end tax considerations. Those with non-retirement investment accounts should know about tax loss harvesting to save on taxes. When you sell a winner, you pay capital gains tax. You can also harvest losses. Clark explains.
- Netflix & Streaming Update: Segment 1
- Ask Clark: Segment 2
- Tax Loss Harvesting: Segment 3
- Ask Clark: Segment 4
Mentioned on the show:
- Netflix to Charge $6.99 a Month for New Ad-Supported Tier – The Wall Street Journal.
- [The Washington Post] Netflix is poised to crack down on account sharing. What happens now?
- You Hated Your Cable Package. Your Streaming Services Are Bringing It Back. – The WSJ
- Clark.com – Streaming TV
- The Michigan State Numismatic Society
- 6 of the Best Budgeting Apps in 2022
- Best Way to Exit Your Timeshare: Never Buy One in the First Place
- How Tax-Loss Harvesting Works for Average Investors
- Year-End Financial Checklist: Prepare Now, and You'll Have Time to Adjust
- 10 Year-End Strategies To Cut Your Tax Bill
- The worst insurance in the world
- Why You Don't Need Mortgage Life Insurance – Investopedia
- Why you have to check your bank statements daily
- The Best Places To Buy Tires
- Do you think Tire Tread Life Warranties are a come on & just marketing?
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