With fewer drivers on the roads because of the shelter-in-place orders, many major insurance carriers are giving policy holders rebates in April and May.
Under the CARES Act, unemployment benefits are now available for self-employed individuals, independent contractors and others who are unable to work because of the coronavirus emergency.
Market downturns stink for investors, but they often present opportunities for tax savings. Should you consider a Roth Conversion?
Applied for EIDL funds before they ran out? If the window to apply reopens, you may have to reapply depending on your application number.
The federal government is providing sick leave benefits and child care leave benefits to affected taxpayers whose employers have fewer than 500 employees.
Principal Bil Lako, CFP®, explains that timing the stock market is near impossible.
This week on “Money Talks,” Chief Investment Officer Troy Harmon, CFA, CVA, is joined by Principal William G. Lako, Jr., CFP®, and President Gene W. Henssler, Ph.D., to discuss sector year-to-date performance, oil futures, jobless claims, and interest rates. The hosts explore the current valuations seen in the market, and whether market prices are addressing the current unemployment numbers. The experts round out the show answering a listener’s question on what sectors to buy in the market.
The “Money Talks” radio hosts explore the current valuations seen in the market, and whether market prices are addressing the current unemployment numbers.
On April 23, Gov. Brian Kemp released an executive order detailing the requirements and precautions businesses must follow when reopening starting on Friday and Monday.
After weeks of shutdowns in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, some businesses and workers are eager to return to work. Maintaining the safety of your employees and customers is paramount.