The Dow and S&P 500 closed at new all-time record levels on Friday. Brands such as CarMax and AutoNation posted gains.
With the future of Section 179 expensing uncertain, businesses should ensure they’re on track to minimize their taxes. We explain in this week’s Marietta Daily Journal. Read the Article
Is QuickBooks crashing? Are you missing data? Mistakes in your reports? Oh my! Your company file may be too big. Read what to do in this QuickBooks Tip.
Indices ended mixed on Thursday. The S&P 500 closed at yet another record level, Kroger led the advance. The Nasdaq shed some points.
The IRS prohibits employers from paying tax-free funds to employees to buy individual policies of health insurance. Learn more in this Insurance Tip.
The S&P 500 closed at a new record high on Wednesday. Brands such as Adobe Systems and FedEx added gains in the wake of their favorable quarterly results. Stocks stepped up on comments from the Federal Open Market Committee meeting.
While only 0.9% of all federal tax returns were audited, 85% of those audited owed additional taxes. Find out if you’re at risk in this week’s Tax Tip.
Tuesday’s trading session ended with gains. Stocks stepped up as the Federal Reserve kicked off its two-day policy meeting.
The hosts of “Money Talks” address a listener’s question on government bonds. Troy Harmon, CFA, Mark Bendinelli, CFA and Nick Antonucci discuss why government bonds are generally deemed risk free. They also address the factors you should consider to minimize your risk and our recommended duration for holding fixed-income securities in the current interest rate…
Withdrawing retirement assets is an art: too much and you may run out of money; too little and you may not enjoy it. Learn how to balance it in this week’s Financial Tip.