Indices closed out mixed on Friday. The Dow and S&P 500 added fractional gains while the Nasdaq ended slightly in the red zone. Wal-Mart, Home Depot and Johnson & Johnson led the Dow’s marginal ascent.
In today’s Atlanta Business Chronicle: Bil Lako, CFP® explains how the young often believe they will live forever and can invest later in life. Read the Article
Without congressional action, the alternative minimum tax is projected to affect more than 31 million Americans for 2012. Read our article in today’s Marietta Daily Journal.
Business owners: Want to know what’s selling and what is not? QuickBooks can tell you, if you’ve defined items correctly. Learn more in this Business Tip.
Stocks posted slight gains today on Wall Street. Caterpillar, Hewlett-Packard, and UnitedHealth led the Dow’s advance. Brands moved up amid continued “fiscal cliff” concerns and other economic news.
Ted Parrish, CFA, joined CNBC’s Recovery Road Trip to highlight Atlanta companies that have performed well. Watch the Interview
While life insurance is a useful way to provide for your heirs, there are potential tax traps that you may want to avoid. Learn more in this Insurance Tip.
Stocks stepped up on Wednesday. Hewlett-Packard, American Express, and Chevron led the Dow’s ascent. Heartening comments from President Obama, concerning the “fiscal cliff,” may have inspired the session.
If you think you’ll need new business equipment or furniture next year, you may want to make that purchase in 2012. Read all about it in our Marietta Daily Journal blog post.
With higher taxes ahead, you may consider tax-free interest investments. Still, you should consider your after-tax return. Read all about it in this week’s Tax Tip.