Now that your taxes are filed, how long should you hold on to your documentation? Read this week’s Tax Tip before you shred!
In 2013, if you make more, you’ll be taxed more thanks to the 2012 American Taxpayer Relief Act. Read more in this Tax Tip.
Stocks climbed on Tuesday. The Dow closed at yet another record level. Tiffany led the advance while Exelon stood out among decliners. Brands gained amid the release of favorable consumer sentiment data.
Social Security provides about 40% of your preretirement income. Consider coordinating your benefits with other savings. Read more in this Financial Tip.
Brands rebounded from earlier losses to end Friday’s session fractionally in the red. Gap Inc. and Abercrombie & Fitch Co. traded lower after both companies released earnings forecasts that fell short of expectations. Meanwhile, Procter & Gamble posted respectable gains.
In today’s Marietta Daily Journal, Bil Lako, CFP®, explains why 401(k) plans may oust former employees who participate in the plan. Read the Article
Business owners: You have to spend money to make money. You still have tax perks to make business purchases. Read all about it in this Business Tip.
Thursday’s session closed slightly in the red zone. Brands took a breather amid the release of mixed economic news.
HSAs celebrate their 10th anniversary in 2013. If you are eligible to save money in an HSA but don’t currently take advantage of it, you may want to consider whether its many potential benefits may be right for you. Learn more in this Insurance Tip.
Wednesday’s session ended in red territory. Early gains reversed as the session progressed. Stocks slipped amid the release of home sales data and comments from the Federal Reserve.