Tuesday’s session closed in green territory. Technology brands such as Apple, Yahoo! and Netflix led the slight ascent. Stocks stepped up amid a dip in crude oil, which shed 4.7 percent today to settle at $46.39 a barrel.
In addition to loans, financial aid includes scholarships, grants, and work-study jobs. Read all about it in this week’s Financial Tip.
Friday’s session ended with gains. Energy brands such as Exxon, Chevron, Royal Dutch Shell and BP traded higher alongside a rebound in crude oil. Stocks stepped up amid a variety of economic news.
Robo-advisors are a new trend for investing. Bil Lako, CFP®, explains the good, bad and ugly in today’s Marietta Daily Journal. Read the Article
Be very precise when creating item records in QuickBooks to avoid creating problems with your accounting. We walk you through it in this QuickBooks Tip.
Indices landed in red territory on Thursday. Bank of America and Citigroup traded lower following the release of disappointing earnings details. Technology brands such as Apple and Amazon slipped as well.
It is important that you report changes in circumstances—including moving—to the Health Insurance Marketplace. Learn why in this week’s Insurance Tip.
Trading closed to the downside on Wednesday. Brands rebounded somewhat from session lows to end in the red zone on a variety of economic news. Meanwhile, Commerce Department data showed retail sales retreated in December.
In some instances, home equity debt isn’t tax deductible. We explain in this week’s Tax Tip.