Quarterly Newsletter articles
TSHA has been providing resources, advocacy and language accessibility to Oklahomans who are deaf or hard of hearing since 1953.
President Joe Biden’s revenue proposal could affect income, capital gains and estate tax rates. Find out what changes could be coming.
It’s the word dominating headlines and on most people’s minds. Is inflation here to stay, or will it ease as the pandemic restrictions end?
TCO is proud to celebrate 40 years of helping to protect our clients’ assets, grow their wealth and advise them for life.
The Spousal Lifetime Access Trust may be the perfect tool to shift assets out of your taxable estate.
Learn more about PCCT, working hard to prevent child abuse and neglect in our community.
Suggestions on how to make the most of the booming real estate market.
The pandemic may have changed many things but one aspect of our business has not.
Bitcoin has been described as ‘digital gold.’ But what exactly is it?
Learn more about OLFC, working tirelessly to provide legal representation for abused and neglected children in foster care.
2020 was without a doubt an interesting year. Despite all the challenges, the economy rebounded sharply. What does the future have in store for 2021?
Are you suffering from Presidential Election Fatigue? Let’s take a look at the 1920 U.S. Election for some healthy historical perspective.
Learn more about Clarehouse, a community home for dying individuals that has served Northeastern Oklahoma for 17 years.
It is my pleasure to share with you some great news about our professional team.
It’s an Apple-and-Tesla new world. Let’s talk about paradigm shift.
Philip Mock reviews TV series about Michael Jordan.
Key documents to ensure your health care decisions will be followed.
In 2019, the Ronald McDonald House of Tulsa provides lodging and support for families coming to Tulsa to seek health care for their sick children. Learn more.
Congress makes charitable giving even more attractive. Read more.
Dealing with a worldwide pandemic, the TCO way. Read more.
Our offices are open and our professionals continue to serve you. Read more.
As COVID-19 grips the nation, the IRS delayed the deadline to file and pay federal income taxes. Read more.
Our offices are open and our services continue uninterrupted. Read more.
In 2019, the Homeless Alliance helped 754 people work their way out of homelessness. Learn more about this dedicated nonprofit organization.
An all-volunteer nonprofit that provides students with a full school wardrobe and the confidence they need to succeed in class.
Let’s raise a glass to the new year! We have two new officers and several professionals have been promoted.
Summer was busy at TCO with some great achievements by our professional team and two new officers joining our firm.
Resonance is a center for women, helping improve lives and rebuild families.
I have many reason to be proud of who we are and the services we offer
Understand the new tax law before untying the knot
How to handle cars in estate planning
Changing Political Climate Threatens Fiscal Conservative Species
Two people very close to me passed away recently. My wife’s grandmother and Ed, a family friend. They reminded me of life’s greatest mystery.
“Why should anyone hire Trust Company of Oklahoma to serve as corporate trustee and invest the assets if a family member can do it for free?” she asked me. Here’s what I responded.
It is always a pleasure to recognize the professionals who earned promotions and well deserved professional accreditations. Read more.
It was a challenging year for investors. We wrapped up 2018 with a second 10% correction for the year. What’s driving investor anxiety and how does 2019 look like for the markets?
Each quarter, we highlight a local nonprofit organization working to improve our communities. Learn more about the Alzheimer’s Association.
The Trump administration recently imposed steep tariffs on several countries, including China. In retaliation, China imposed tariffs on American products. This isn’t the first time the U.S. grapples with competitive tariffs, though. Learn more about our country’s history of tariff conflicts and the current conflict’s impact on our economy.
A message from the desk of Tom Wilkins.
Tech companies are disproportionally driving stock market returns and capturing the majority of national headlines. But haven’t we seen this (scary) movie before, during the “Tech Bubble?”
Hope Springs Eternal
Climbing The Wall Of Worry