We explore situations where life insurance may make sense for retirees. Read more in this Insurance Tip.
Brands retreated on Wednesday following comments from the FOMC meeting. Meanwhile in earnings moves, Boeing announced total revenues that increased to $24.5 billion from $23.78 billion a year ago. EPS climbed 23 percent to $2.31, exceeding an expected $2.11.
It’s important to note that 1031 exchanges are not “tax-free” but are “tax deferred.” We explain in this Tax Tip.
Indices ended in the red zone on Tuesday. Stocks traded lower in the wake of Microsoft and Caterpillar earnings as well as a variety of economic news. Durable goods orders dipped in December. New orders for goods designed to last several years fell 3.4 percent, versus expectations of a 0.5 percent gain.
Qualifying wartime veterans and their families may be eligible for a tax-free, supplemental pension. Read all about it in this week’s Financial Tip.
Monday’s trading session closed with slight gains. Chevron led the Dow higher. Meanwhile, crude oil shed 1.1 percent today to settle at a new low of $45.11 a barrel.
Indices closed trading with mixed moves on Friday. The Dow and S&P 500 shed some points while the Nasdaq ended in the green zone. Brands traded mixed on a variety of economic news.
Ever consider increasing tax-deferred savings to become eligible for tax deductions or credits? You may want to! We explain in this week’s Marietta Daily Journal.
Measuring business performance puts a dollar figure on the status of your company. We explain in this week’s Business Tip.
Indices ended in green territory on Thursday. Bank of America, Citigroup and JPMorgan led the way up amid mixed reactions to the European Central Bank’s $69-billion-a-month quantitative-easing program.