There are five tax filing statuses. Choosing the right one can save you money. We explain in this week’s Tax Tip.
Indices landed in the red zone on Tuesday. Brands traded lower amid a further retreat in oil and a variety of economic news. U.S. factory orders declined in November. New orders for manufactured goods fell 0.7 percent.
Thanks to new legislation, savers have more investment flexibility in their 529 Plan accounts. Read all about it in this Financial Tip.
If you made a New Year’s Resolution to get healthy, you may get more bang for your resolution buck than you bargained for. That’s because healthy habits can benefit your wallet as well as your body.
The decisions you make today will affect how well you are prepared for what lies ahead. We explain in today’s Marietta Daily Journal. Read the Article
Indices closed in the red zone on the last trading day of the year. Brands took a breather amid a variety of economic news. Initial jobless claims increased last week. Labor Department data showed new claims climbed by 17,000 to 298,000.
Just as you’d report life changes to the IRS, you’ll also need to report them to the government Health Insurance Marketplace.
Brands retreated and closed in the red Tuesday. Energy stocks Exxon Mobil and Southwestern Energy and tech brands Apple and Microsoft slipped amid a variety of economic news. Consumer confidence was up in December. The Conference Board’s index increased to 92.6 from 88.7 in November.
Like all things tax related, the answer is it depends. Generally, the federal statute of limitations can be used to help you determine how long to keep records.
Indices ended mixed on Monday. The Dow shed some points while the S&P 500 closed at a new all-time record high. Brands such as Gilead Sciences, Manitowoc Company and LiveDeal stepped up.