Mortgage lenders are tightening up their mortgage lending requirements. We offer three tips to help you qualify in this week’s Financial Tip.
Indices ended in red territory on Monday. Technology, industrial and raw-material stocks led the way down on the S&P 500. Brands took a breather amid a dip in manufacturing expansion.
“There’s more clarity now than there was six months ago,” says Bil Lako, CFP® in today’s Marietta Daily Journal. Read the Article
In today’s Marietta Daily Journal, Bil Lako, CFP® explains why “pay yourself first” is one of the most important steps in your budget. Read the Article
Some businesses pay taxes on business income, while others act as pass-through entities. Learn more in this Business Tip.
Stocks stepped up on Thursday. The S&P 500 closed at an all-time high, surpassing its previous record set in 2007. GameStop led the way up after posting favorable quarterly data.
Health care reform made some modifications to Medicare including free preventative care and “donut hole” rebates. Read all about it in this Insurance Tip.
Indices closed in the red zone on Wednesday. Brands such as JPMorgan Chase, Citigroup, and Apple traded lower amid continued euro-zone concerns. Worries over the potential implications of Cyprus’s bailout for other euro-zone lenders may have impacted action today on Wall Street.
Mortgage loan modification may affect your taxes, as you may have to realize the cancellation of debt. Read more in this Tax Tip.
Indices ended Tuesday’s session with gains. The Dow hit yet another all-time record level, led up by the likes of Intel, Hewlett-Packard and Boeing. Stocks climbed amid the release of favorable durable goods orders and home price data.