Head of Tax, Betterment
Eric is Betterment's Head of Tax. His experience includes working for Ernst & Young and Fidelity Investments. Eric holds M.S. degrees in Accounting and Taxation from Seton Hall University as well as an MBA in Quantitative Finance from NYU. He also serves as an adjunct taxation professor at Seton Hall University.
3 Time-Sensitive Tax Moves to Consider this December
Tax planning can help you make the most of your hard-earned money, and December is a great time to do it.
What Should I Know About Taxes on My Investment Accounts?
An informed and educated investor can make better decisions if they know the unique tax attributes of each type of investment account.
Our Head of Tax: 6 Tax Filing Hurdles When Investing
Taxes can be confusing, even for the most savvy investors. Enter Eric Bronnenkant, our Head of Tax, with six things to look out for when filing your taxes while investing.
9 Tax Planning Moves to Consider Before 2018 Ends
As we approach the end of the year, keep in mind year-end financial opportunities, especially tax-smart moves that could help you keep more of what you’ve earned.
2018 Tax Season Calendar: The Dates You Need to Know
Before you get started with filing your taxes this year, take a look at our 2018 tax season calendar to make sure you’re aware of important tax deadlines.
How to Help Minimize Taxes on Your Savings Account Earnings
Learn how you can help minimize taxes on earnings by focusing on state and local tax advantages with savings account alternatives.
How to Use Your Bonus Wisely to Get a Tax Break
Bonuses are tricky. Here's how to make your bonus work harder for you by reducing the tax impact.
How Many Tax-Deductible Shares Can You Donate to Charity in a Year?
When you gift a security, there’s usually some difference between the gifted price and the amount you can deduct on your tax return.
How to Determine the Tax-Deductible Value of Donated Shares
As part of optimizing your portfolio for taxes, you should assess how much of your invested money you can donate to reduce capital gains tax, instead of donating cash.
Why You Should Max Out Your Retirement Accounts
Maxing out your retirement contributions can be a key step towards building wealth for the future. Plus, it allows you to get the most out of your money due to compounding interest and tax advantages.