Tuesday’s session ended slightly in the green zone. Brands such as Apple and Tiffany & Co. stepped up. The Nasdaq closed above 4,000 for the first time in 13 years.
The President announced that insurers may elect to allow consumers to keep noncompliant insurance policies through 2014. Read all about it in this special Insurance Tip.
Businesses have some hefty tax breaks expiring at year-end. Luckily, there is still time to take advantage of them. Read all about them in this Tax Tip.
Indices ended mixed on Monday. The Dow closed at a new record level. The Nasdaq hit a 13-year high intraday before retreating slightly to land in green territory. The S&P 500 shed some points.
Indices closed out Friday’s session in positive territory. Brands such as Biogen Idec, Gilead Sciences and Time Warner Cable added to the S&P 500’s ascent. Stocks prospered on varied economic news.
In today’s Marietta Daily Journal, Bil Lako, CFP®, explains how you have to spend money to make money when starting a business. Read the Article
There is no such thing as an interest-free loan, even if you are an executive of a nonpublic company. Read more in this Business Tip.
Thursday’s session ended with gains. The Dow closed above 16,000 for the first time. Stocks stepped up amid a drop in initial jobless claims.
Your auto policy covers your injuries and damage, and depending on the situation, other people, vehicles, and property. Read more in this Insurance Tip.
Stocks traded lower on Wednesday. Home improvement retailer Lowe’s led S&P 500 decliners. Brands took a breather following the release of minutes from the latest FOMC meeting.