“I know my finances like the back of my hand. I don’t need to write them down,” and other mistakes you’re making. Read all about it in this week’s Financial Tip.
Indices closed mixed on Monday. The Dow and S&P 500 retreated. Energy brands such as Exxon Mobil and Chevron led Dow decliners. The Nasdaq added gains, led up by the likes of Yahoo!, Microsoft, and Google. Meanwhile, Apple shed some points today on the eve of its iWatch release.
Trading closed in positive territory on Friday. Brands such as Walgreen and Yahoo! posted gains today despite the release of less-than-spectacular employment data for August.
In today’s Marietta Daily Journal, explore your options if you have significant gains in your variable annuity. Read the article
September is National Life Insurance Awareness Month. We discuss some of the basics – Contractual Obligations in this week’s Insurance Tip.
Indices closed in the red zone on Thursday. Brands traded lower amid a variety of economic news. The European Central Bank cut its benchmark interest rate to 0.05 percent from 0.15 percent.
If you are self-employed your life insurance needs also need to consider your business financial obligations. Learn more in this Business Tip.
Indices closed out mixed in Wednesday’s session. The Dow tacked on marginal gains while the S&P 500 landed just below the flat line and the Nasdaq shed some points. Stocks moved amid favorable factory orders data and respectable monthly auto sales figures. Orders for manufactured goods jumped 10.5 percent in July, which was well beyond a 1.5 percent uptick in June. Meanwhile, sales of Ford and Chrysler vehicles ramped up in August.
Uncle Sam appreciates a higher education. Learn the tax advantages to going to school in this week’s Tax Tip.
Indices ended mixed on Tuesday. The Dow and S&P 500 landed to the red side, while the Nasdaq closed with gains. Home Depot led decliners following word that the home improvement company may have faced a customer credit and debit data breach. Energy brands such as Chevron, Exxon and Schlumberger retreated as well, while Apple closed at an all-time record level.