This week on “Money Talks” Dr. Gene and Ted Parrish, CFA, are joined by firm principal Jennifer Thomas, CFP® to discuss housing data, consumer confidence and first quarter’s final GDP reading. They also answer listener questions on private equity and industrial stocks.
The markets ended the week mixed after a week of light trading volume and several points of housing data.
The “Money Talks” hosts address questions on dollar cost averaging, industrial stocks and purchasing a home.
Retirement depends on many factors, including how much you spend and when you want to retire. However, what is for certain is that you must save.
Private equity investments can offer qualified investors a different investment opportunity that may not be subject to overall market conditions.
Dr. Gene and his staff remind taxpayers of the rules that have changed for 2014, and why mid-year is a good time to meet with your C.P.A.
Indices landed in the green zone on Friday. Brands such as Nike and GoPro traded higher. The shoe titan stepped up on better-than-anticipated quarterly results while the wearable camera company gained for a second day after going public.
In today’s Marietta Daily Journal, Bil Lako, CFP® details the benefits of a mid-year tax review. Read the Article
Managing the life cycle of your fixed assets is a long-term process you can accomplish in QuickBooks. Learn how in this Quickbooks Tip.
Indices ended lower on Thursday. Brands such as Barclays, General Motors and Bed Bath & Beyond took a breather amid interest rate speculation.