Indices ended in the red zone on Friday. Apple retreated by 1.15% while Amazon added 9.6% today in the wake of its first-quarter earnings.
In today’s Marietta Daily Journal, Bil Lako, CFP® explains mapping out your liquidity needs for retirement. Read the article.
Health care coverage is a great employee benefit, and employers have choices in what they offer. We explain in this week’s Business Tip.
Long-term care is generally defined by three different levels. Learn more in this week’s Insurance Tip.
Trading closed the session mixed. The Dow and S&P 500 stepped up on Wednesday while the Nasdaq shed some points. Action was mixed following comments from the April FOMC meeting.
Capital gains and losses don’t just apply to stocks. The rules also vary depending on the type of property the asset is. Read all about it in this week’s Tax Tip.
Indices ended the session mixed. The Dow and S&P 500 added gains while the Nasdaq closed in the red on Tuesday. Moves were mixed on a variety of economic news.
DOL issues new rule for financial professionals if advice provided relates to retirement plans or IRAs. Read more in this week’s Financial Tip.
Stocks traded slightly lower on Monday. Energy brands such as Exxon Mobil, Chevron, and Kinder Morgan led the way down ahead of the Federal Reserve’s two-day April meeting, which kicks off on Tuesday.
This week on “Money Talks,” Managing Associate, K.C. Smith, CFP®, joins Matt Hames, CTFA and Troy Harmon, CFA, CVA to discuss the week’s market news including Industrial Production and the Consumer Sentiment Survey from last Friday. They also discuss Housing Starts, Mortgage Applications and Existing Home Sales that were this week’s headlines. Our experts also explore a case study about a couple who want to test drive their retirement plan as their current lifestyle will not be covered by Social Security alone—they will begin drawing on their retirement accounts almost immediately. The hosts also answer listeners’ questions on whether low oil prices bolstered consumer spending, interest on consumer debt vs. investment gains, water companies York Water and Middlesex Water Company and global industrial company General Electric Co.