We review how 2019 shaped up and share what our Analysts and Planners expect for the market and economy in 2020.
Curious about this hot retirement trend? While it can lead to an early retirement, it does require careful planning, savvy saving and investing habits, and potentially big sacrifices.
In today’s Marietta Daily Journal, Bil Lako, CFP®, explains how investors can make the decision to buy when so many stocks look overvalued.
Raising kids is hard enough, so why not make things easier for yourself when it comes to saving for college?
You need to be careful, as scammers out there are pretending to be legitimate charities looking to take advantage of your generosity for their gain.
This week on “Money Talks,” the hosts discuss year-to-date sector performance, and how the S&P 500 Index fared in 2019. The experts compare 2019 to past years and share what we anticipate 2020 will look like.
Beginning in January 2020, employers can offer two new types of HRAs — an Individual Coverage HRA and an Excepted Benefit HRA.
One minute, you’re minding your own business and aren’t even thinking about that return you filed months ago. The next minute you open your mailbox and see something called a “Notice of Deficiency”—and your anxiety immediately goes through the roof.
The IRS recently issued letters to more than 10,000 taxpayers whom they suspect have not been properly reporting their virtual currency transactions.
Monday’s market action started mixed as investors awaited news on a trade deal, but at the end of the day, the major indices all closed lower. Investors continued searching for news on U.S.-China negotiations on Tuesday, but by the end of the day the major averages closed down once again. Midweek, stocks edged higher as…