Monday’s session closed in red territory. Brands such as Cliffs Natural Resources and Apache led the S&P 500 lower.
Stocks traded lower on Friday. Nordstrom stood out among decliners on the S&P 500 after the retailer reduced its full-year earnings and revenue outlook due to weaker same-store sales.
Rising interest rates makes investing a little more difficult for bond investors. Read why in today’ Marietta Daily Journal.
The IRS will look at several aspects and issues before determining if your hobby is a for-profit business. Read all about it in this Business Tip.
Thursday’s session ended well into the red zone. Cisco led declines on the S&P 500. The network equipment titan announced plans to reduce its workforce by 4,000 in the first quarter of 2014.
Death is an unpleasant subject, and life insurance raises issues of our own mortality. But it doesn’t have to be that way. Read more in this Insurance Tip.
Stocks took a breather on Wednesday. Retail brands traded lower amid the release of less-than-stellar news from Macy’s.
In 2014 Americans, with certain exceptions, are required to have minimal, essential health care insurance. Read more in this Tax Strategist.
As a way to partially pay for provisions in the new health care law, put a cap of $2,500 on FSA contributions. Read more in this Tax Tip.
Tuesday’s session closed out with gains. Apple stood out among Nasdaq advancers. Brands climbed amid the release of varied economic news.