Love & Marriage: it starts with mapping out your financial future together. Being on the same page is a step to making it a partnership that will last! We explain in this week’s Financial Tip.
Indices closed out the session with mixed moves on Monday. The Dow and S&P 500 shed some points while the Nasdaq ended fractionally in the green. Moves were mixed amid continuing trade tensions between the U.S. and China.
How do you determine if the world of self-employment is a pipe dream or an idea worth pursuing? We list out some advantages and disadvantages in this week’s Business Tip.
In today’s Marietta Daily Journal, Bil Lako, CFP®, explains that money is worth more today than an identical amount in the future because of its potential earning capacity. This is how you balance saving for retirement while you still have debt to pay off. Read the Article This article is for demonstrative and academic purposes and…
Indices ended the trading session mixed on Thursday. The Dow closed fractionally lower while the S&P 500 and Nasdaq added some points. Utilities brands led gains on the S&P 500. Market moves were mixed on a variety of economic news.
Stressed out about your student loans? Take a look at the several income-driven repayment plans offered by the federal government. We explain in this Question of the Week.
Indices ended trading in the red zone on Wednesday. Stocks slipped amid the approval of the AT&T — Time Warner acquisition. The decision impacted brands such as CVS, who tacked on over 3% today, and may clear the path for the $69 billion CVS and Aetna acquisition.
Despite your Social Security benefit coming from a tax on your earnings, once you’re receiving benefits, you may have to pay tax on them! We explain in this week’s Tax Tip.
Indices closed with mixed moves on Tuesday. The Dow ended fractionally in the red while the S&P 500 and Nasdaq stepped up. Market results were mixed following the summit between President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.
Confidence in retirement savings is up in 2018, but health care costs and Social Security still remain a concern. Learn more in this week’s Financial Tip.