Among the many new taxes, high income earners will also see a new top marginal tax rate of 39.6% and higher capital gains. Learn more in this Tax Strategist.
Indices closed in red territory on Friday. American Express and Cisco Systems led the Dow’s decline. Stocks traded lower amid weaker-than-anticipated jobs data.
In today’s Marietta Daily Journal, Bil Lako, CFP® provides guidance on creating your household budget. Read the Article
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Stocks traded up today on Wall Street. McDonald’s and Hewlett-Packard led gainers on the Dow. Word of stimulus measures in Europe and Japan balanced out less-than-stellar jobs news.
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Indices closed out in the red zone on Wednesday. Financial and energy shares traded lower. Brands retreated on a variety of economic news.
Ted Parrish, CFA, joins Yahoo Finance “Breakout” to say why he thinks Apple, Inc. is just “out of favor.” Watch the Interview
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Stocks stepped up on Tuesday. Healthcare shares such as Humana, DaVita Healthcare Partners, and UnitedHealth Group led the S&P 500 upward. Brands prospered on favorable economic data.