Risk-adjusted return is the measure of return per unit of risk. It is a backwards looking measurement. We do not believe you can judge a portfolio on risk-adjusted return alone. We explain in this Financial Tip.
Quickbooks’ tools can help you document received inventory and can help prevent you from recording the same items twice. Learn how in this Business Tip.
Congress included a tax credit in the health care law to help lower income individuals pay for their health insurance. Learn more in this Tax Tip.