For the economy as a whole, rising home prices often serve as an indicator that the economy is performing better. Read more in this Financial Tip.
Indices ended with gains on Monday. Energy and technology brands led the ascent. Stocks stepped up ahead of the Federal Reserve’s two-day meeting, which starts on Tuesday.
Brands took a breather on Friday. Stocks traded lower amid a variety of economic news. Consumer confidence is on the wane so far this month.
In today’s Marietta Daily Journal, Bil Lako, CFP® explains how restricted stock is taxed, and the pros and cons of the 83(b) election. Read the Article
If you contribute property or services in exchange for a partnership interest, there may be tax consequences. Learn more in this Business Tip.
Indices ended with gains on Thursday. Stocks stepped up on a variety of economic news. Retail sales ticked up in May.
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Indices closed out in red territory on Wednesday. American Express led the Dow’s descent. First Solar led the way down on the S&P 500. Stocks slipped amid continued global stimulus uncertainty.
You should never ignore a letter from the IRS. Most can be dealt with simply and painlessly. Read more in this Tax Tip.
Stocks retreated on Tuesday. Brands dipped amid global stimulus uncertainty on news that the Bank of Japan elected not to implement more government bond purchases. Companies such as Citigroup and General Motors traded lower.