Before you make an investment in Holiday Cheer, tax Dr. Gene’s advice: “Always do your homework.” Hot Chocolate, Jingle Bells, Fruitcake, Wrapping Paper, Poinsettias and the Times Square Ball Drop—See how these have changed over time.
Don’t forget what comes right after the holidays: tax season! Avoid potential penalties on your return with these tips. Read all about it in this Tax Tip.
Indices landed in the red again Tuesday. Early gains on the Dow were reversed by the end of the session. Big names such as Apple, Coca-Cola, Tesla Motors, and Caterpillar traded lower. Stocks dipped amidst varied economic news.
529 plans may offer more potential tax benefits, but Roth IRAs offer greater flexibility for parents older than 59½. Read all about it in this Financial Tip.
Stocks traded into the red on Monday. Brands such as McDonald’s and Ford slipped amid a further dip in oil prices.
Indices closed Friday’s session to the down side. International Business Machines, DuPont Co. and Exxon Mobil led the Dow’s descent. Brands retreated amid slipping oil and a variety of economic news.
Despite lower gas prices, the IRS is increasing the standard mileage rate for 2015. We list them in this Tax Tip.
A way to provide for your family and help a non-profit organization is to establish a charitable trust. We explain in today’s Marietta Daily Journal. Read the Article
Qualifying start-up costs are usually deductible in the first year of business. Learn more in this Business Tip.
Indices closed in the green zone on Thursday. Retailer stocks such as Urban Outfitters, Lululemon, Staples and Office Depot led the way up. Meanwhile, energy brands took a breather as crude oil slipped below $60 a barrel for the first time since July 2009.