If you’re serving more than turkey during the holidays, be sure your insurance covers your social host liability. Find out more in this week’s Insurance Tip.
Indices closed in red territory on Monday. Bank of America, Walt Disney and Hewlett-Packard stood out among Dow decliners. Stocks took a dive amid political gridlock. The Congressional super committee, charged with coming up with $1.2 trillion in maneuvers, failed to find common ground.
Friday’s session closed out mixed. The Dow ended in green territory. The S&P 500 and Nasdaq shed some points. Hewlett-Packard and Boeing led the Dow’s slight ascent.
We look at two expiring tax provisions—Tax-Free Charitable Donations from IRAs and Deducting General Sales and Use Taxes.
Indices closed in the red zone today on Wall Street. Financial brands such as Goldman Sachs, JPMorgan Chase, Morgan Stanley and Citigroup traded lower. Light volume and high volatility was the name of the game Thursday.
Can you afford to rebuild and replace your home after a natural disaster? Consider a flood or earthquake insurance policy. Read this week’s Insurance Tip for more information.
If you are unemployed, certain expenses you incur when looking for a new job may be tax deductible. Learn more in this week’s Tax Tip.
Financial brands Bank of America and Citigroup led the downswing in light trading volume Wednesday. Stocks sold off amid concern that euro zone debt woes could affect U.S. bank ratings.
Indices closed with slight gains Tuesday. Hewlett-Packard, Bank of America, and Intel led the Dow’s ascent. Stocks moved higher amid a variety of economic news.
On October 26, 2011, President Obama announced a plan that seeks to help college graduates pay back their federal student loans. The plan is an executive order and does not require approval by Congress. It is scheduled to take effect beginning in 2012. Read more in this Financial Tip.