Even with the uncertainty, there are actions you can take before year-end that can save a considerable amount of tax. Read more in this Tax Strategist.
If you’re looking to reduce business profits before year-end, we highlight five tax-advantaged moves to consider. Read this Tax Strategist to learn more.
Friday’s trading session ended with gains. Stocks such as Alcoa, American Express, Home Depot, and UnitedHealth led the ascent. Brands rebounded from early losses after Congressional leaders reported progress in talks with President Barack Obama about reducing the government’s budget deficit.
When the market is volatile, investors can get caught up in a vacuum of bad news. Bil Lako, CFP® explains what to do in today’s Marietta Daily Journal. Read the Article
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Thursday’s session closed out marginally lower. Brands such as AT&T, Alcoa, Verizon, and Wal-Mart traded down amid the release of less-than-stellar economic data.
The average yearly cost for long-term care is $74,820. Maybe it is time to review your long-term care insurance policy. Read more in this Insurance Tip.
Indices closed in well into the red zone on Wednesday. Boeing, Bank of America, Caterpillar, and General Electric led the Dow’s descent. Stocks traded lower amid a variety of economic news.
When you do your taxes do you fall short of itemizing your deductions? You may benefit from using the “bunching” strategy. Learn more in this week’s Tax Tip.
Indices ended in red territory on Tuesday. Brands such as Caterpillar, Hewlett-Packard, and Microsoft traded lower. Early market momentum faded toward the end of the session.