The "Money Talks" hosts explain how reported earnings and projections will move the markets.
The "Money Talks" hosts provide some overlooked tips that can keep your 401(k) on track.
Dr. Gene and Bil Lako, CFP® answer a listener’s question about investing separately from his wife.
Ted Parrish, CFA and Dr. Gene Henssler provide their analysis on floating-rate bond funds.
The recently enacted Tax Relief, Unemployment Insurance Reauthorization, and Job Creation Act of 2010 is a sweeping tax package that includes, among many other items, an extension of the Bush-era tax cuts for two years, estate tax relief, a two-year patch of the alternative minimum tax (AMT), a two-percentage-point cut in employee-paid payroll taxes and in self-employment tax for 2011, new incentives to invest in machinery and equipment, and a host of retroactively resuscitated and extended tax breaks for individuals and businesses.
The "Money Talks" hosts discuss Apple’s earnings, Steve Jobs’ leave and earnings in the financial sector.
The Department of Labor has increased its enforcement of existing fiduciary duties for 401(k) plan sponsors. Businesses must fully understand the services provided by their plan and ensure plan participants are receiving the services that are bundled into the cost of the plan. Having answers and documentation to answer basic questions about the plan is key for a plan fiduciary.
Bil Lako, CFP® addresses a listener’s question regarding the loss of a spouse.
The "Money Talks" hosts debate whether current unemployment situation is cyclical or structural, and what may fix it.
The "Money Talks" hosts discuss Portuguese debt and austerity measures.