Invest Like a Venture Capitalist

Posted Leave a commentPosted in aquaculture, Banking, Crowdfunding, Farming, Financial Planning, Tax Planning

One of the most overlooked tax savings strategies is to avoid federal income taxes on large capital gains. Allowing investments to grow tax free over decades can result in tremendous growth in wealth and is one of the most reliable paths to a tax-free retirement. This tax-free capital gain tax strategy is employed by almost […]

Community-supported dock-to-table seafood launch

Posted Leave a commentPosted in aquaculture, Farming, New Jersey

Today I launched the Philadelphia area’s first (as far as we know) attempt at a community supported dock-to-table seafood venture for Nantuxent Seafood. The intent is to test the water on this concept that has worked well in other regional markets. If this initial small project is successful in gaining 150 supporters then I’m sure […]

Tough times ahead for US farmers

Posted Leave a commentPosted in aquaculture, Farming, Financing

The fundamental economics of the US agricultural industry are about to change. Few outside the industry seem to have noticed. Farmers, trade groups and business publications like Forbes and others are following the developing story with an increasing level of anxiety. The United States appears ready to move away from a trade agreement known as […]

Health plans for New Jersey Farmers

Posted Leave a commentPosted in Affordable Care Act, Employee Benefits, Farming, Health Insurance, New Jersey

This is a pre-publication draft of an article intended for print media. New Jersey’s farmers have it tough when it comes to negotiating a path through health care reform. New Jersey insurance markets have been expensive, compared to other states, since the 1990s.  Health plans for self-employed people provide in-network care only and this can […]