Please enable JavaScript to view the site. The Dodge & Cox CEO and bond-fund manager on overseeing a fundholder-friendly firm and why she believes in an active approach to fixed-income investing. The podcasts are not a substitute for such professional advice or services, nor should it be used as a basis for any decision or action that may affect your business. Morningstar's lead retirement researcher on retiree spending patterns, asset allocation, and mitigating the risks in a plan. Have a Happy Fourth everyone and enjoy our Pre 4th of July Show. T. Rowe Price's senior financial planner shares planning and portfolio to-dos for 20-somethings, people in their 70s and beyond, and everyone in between. Two Wellington Management portfolio managers discuss how they manage risk at Vanguard Wellesley Income, why they’ve taken a liking to busted growth stocks, and where they’re finding durable sources of income. As a partner in Deloitte’s Tax Management Consulting practice and the leader of our Robotics & Intelligent Automation team, Emily thrives on anticipating what might be next and boldly embarks on the p... More. The tax- and retirement-planning expert discusses SECURE and CARES Act implications for charitable giving and estate planning, the pause on RMDs, and why 2020 is shaping up as an ideal year for Roth conversions. Emily VanVleet, Lindsay McAfee, and Holly Hamby. Deloitte Tax LLP partner Emily VanVleet and Deloitte Canada senior manager Jeff Butt explore the intersection of talent and technology and how successfully bringing them together is essential for the future. The behavioral finance expert discusses what our financial choices say about us and whether investors' decisions are becoming more rational. [7], Both of the co-founders of ESL Podcast received their Ph.D.s in applied linguistics at the University of Southern California in 1997. In this episode, Deloitte’s own Ronnie Dassen, Global Indirect Tax lead, offers key insights into how these new digital tools are shaping the current VAT space. BlackRock’s head of muni-bond investing on how states and municipalities are faring, where stimulus is most needed, and risks and opportunities investors face. [3], ESL Podcast is intended for intermediate and advanced English learners and consists of three weekly episodes: two dialog-based episodes (Mondays and Fridays) and the longer, culturally-focused English Café (Wednesdays). The Capital Group fund manager discusses where bond investors are getting paid to take risk today and the role of bonds in an ultra-low-yield world. A noted retirement specialist discusses the benefits and challenges of working longer, the virtues of Roth assets, and building retirement portfolios to last. The longtime manager of FPA Crescent Fund talks balancing risk and reward in the COVID-era, why he's not holding even more cash, the case for Wells Fargo, and more. Certain services may not be available to attest clients under the rules and regulations of public accounting. As we layer in some of the tax value proposition components … it really raises the visibility of tax. How are tax departments faring under the rapid shift to remote, virtual work? The purpose of English as a Second Language Podcast is to teach English by using everyday phrases and expressions spoken at a slow rate of speech, followed by explanations of what these expressions mean and how to use them. This site is protected by reCAPTCHA and the Google [10][11][12] They have each appeared on CNN, and have been cited and published in numerous regional and national publications, included the Los Angeles Times, Los Angeles Daily News, San Francisco Chronicle, and others. The manager of T. Rowe Price's target-date series discusses the firm's more stock-heavy allocations, how target-date funds keep investors in their seats, and the puzzle of retirement decumulation. With technology revolutionizing mundane tax processes like invoicing and reporting, many multinationals, the OECD and governments are trying to stay in lock step to create and adapt to new VAT standards. Expand your investing horizons and look to the long term. Catch-up strategies for pre-retirees, "off-label" ideas for supersavers, and how the investment industry can make 'mountains out of molehills.'. As used the podcasts, “Deloitte” means Deloitte Tax LLP, a subsidiary of Deloitte LLP. Is it an opportunity for the future, or are there real use cases that can help achieve efficiencies and data gains today? The author and Washington Post columnist discusses the personal-finance effects of the pandemic, the racial wealth gap, and how the financial-services industry can better serve a diverse population. In this episode, Deloitte Tax LLP partner and leader of the myInsight client edition platform, David Landers discusses how tax departments are quickly adapting and rising to new challenges. Amid a weak stretch for value strategies, the asset-allocation specialist discusses why GMO remains pessimistic in its outlook for U.S. stocks. A leading behavioral researcher discusses the importance of setting the right retirement-plan defaults and how the current crisis puts urgency around "rainy day accounts.". The Ritholtz Wealth Management CEO discusses his transition from broker to advisor and why client portfolios should have fewer assets, not more. [4][6], Supplementary materials are available for each lesson in the form of an 8-10 page PDF Learning Guide, available to subscribers of the podcast for a fixed monthly fee. Please see www.deloitte.com/about to learn more about our global network of member firms. It was launched in July 2005 by two former university professors, Dr. Jeff McQuillan and Dr. Lucy Tse of the Center for Educational Development in Los Angeles, California. Social login not available on Microsoft Edge browser at this time. The investment in technology or process standardization has always been a cost-benefit analysis and what this crisis has higlighted is that decisions made in the past about what's the return on investment, may have changed. [2][8] Both have published several dozen articles and books on topics in applied linguistics. An accomplished fixed-income investor on managing through the coronavirus, the economic outlook, and the state of muni credit. Dialog-based episodes contain a slow reading of an exchange in conversational English, followed by an explanation of the key vocabulary, and then a native-rate reading of the same dialog. English as a Second Language (ESL) Podcast is a web-based English language-learning podcast. The Deloitte Tax + Tech podcast series navigates the tax technology landscape through conversations with Deloitte leaders to help you chart your tax department’s digital future. See Terms of Use for more information. A podcast by our professionals who share a sneak peek at life inside Deloitte. The tax- and financial-planning specialist weighs in on how sweeping new legislation affects IRA withdrawals, charitable giving, 401(k) plans, and more. The Ellevest founder discusses how advisors fail their female clients, the lack of gender diversity in financial services, and why firms should be working to close the gender pay gap. [19] ESL Podcast has consistently been ranked the number one English language learning podcast in iTunes since its launch in 2005,[20][21] and among the Top 20 podcasts for all categories in several European, Asian, and Latin American countries with a dedicated iTunes Store in 2011. A neuropsychologist discusses why clients don't do what their financial advisors tell them to do--and how advisors can improve upon that. Tax technology advances so rapidly it can be hard to keep up. ESL Podcast uses a pedagogical approach based upon research in second language acquisition focusing on providing comprehensible input in a relaxed, friendly atmosphere. The nationally recognized expert on retirement and aging discusses the state of retirement readiness in the U.S. and how reducing choice could improve success rates. change your targeting/advertising cookie settings. This box/component contains JavaScript that is needed on this page. The Betterment founder and CEO on evolving beyond robo-advice, client behavior during the recent market swoon, and deterring harmful trading activity. In addition, they explore what’s next for companies and the role technology and automation can play to increase efficiency. 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When we solve for those, we move tax closer to becoming a valued business partner within the organization, with data available on a real-time basis and the ability to really enable decisions to be made with tax consequences informed.