Indices closed out in red territory on Friday. Stocks traded lower ahead of the Labor Day weekend. Brands such as Hewlett-Packard and Krispy Kreme Doughnuts declined as investors weighed the Syria situation as well as a spate of economic news.
While you can take Social Security benefits early at 62, you are limited on what you can earn without reducing benefits. Read the Artice in Today’s Marietta Daily Journal
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Thursday’s session ended with slight gains. Telecommunications titan Verizon led the S&P 500’s upswing. Brands traded higher amid the release of encouraging economic data.
The capital liquidation approach for life insurance allows you to spend less to cover your family’s ongoing income needs. Learn more in this Insurance Tip.
Stocks stepped up Wednesday. Marathon Oil and Chevron led the S&P 500’s upswing. Brands rebounded somewhat from Tuesday’s drop.
The Kennesaw State Owls Athletics interviewed former men’s basketball star and current Henssler Principal Ted Parrish, CFA. In the interview, Ted discusses how the relationships he developed as a student athlete helped prepare him for his life outside of the gym. Read the interview.
The taxable nature of disability benefits depends on if premiums were paid with pretax dollars and who paid them. Read more in this Tax Tip.
Stocks traded lower on Tuesday amid a variety of economic news. Better-than-anticipated consumer sentiment data failed to balance talk of Syrian air strikes.
Your retirement lifestyle will depend on your investment choices and how quickly you draw down your retirement portfolio. Learn more in this Financial Tip.