Stocks stepped up on Friday. Utilities brands advanced in the wake of August employment numbers. Labor Department data showed the economy added 151,000 jobs, which was shy of an expected addition of 180,000.
If your partnership treats you as an employee so you receive employee benefits, the IRS is putting a stop to it. Learn more in this week’s Business Tip.
Indices ended Thursday’s session with mixed moves. The Dow and Nasdaq stepped up while the S&P 500 shed some points. Trading was mixed on a variety of economic news.
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Indices closed in the red zone on Wednesday. Energy brands such as Exxon Mobil and Chevron traded lower amid a downswing in crude oil. West Texas Intermediate crude fell by 3.45% to settle at $44.75 a barrel.
If you’re involved in a lawsuit with your employer, your settlement may be taxable. Read all about it in this week’s Tax Tip.
Brands retreated on Tuesday. Stocks such as Hershey, Abercrombie & Fitch, and DSW slipped amid a dip in crude oil. West Texas Intermediate crude fell by 1.34% to settle at $46.35 a barrel.
Student loans are a part of life for many people. Understanding them is essential. Read answers to common questions in this week’s Financial Tip.
Friday’s session ended mixed. The Dow and S&P 500 shaved some points while the Nasdaq closed in green territory. Moves were mixed in the wake of Federal Reserve comments.
In the past decade, networks supporting small businesses have seen a lot of innovation for acquiring needed resources. Read all about them in this week’s Business Tip.