Owner-operator truckers have a tax situation necessitating special reporting requirements in addition to tax returns. We explain in this week’s Business Tip.
Indices traded into the red zone on Thursday. Financial and energy shares led the way down. Stocks dipped on news of the U.S. bombing in Afghanistan.
In 2017, small employers have the option of offering a “qualified small-employer Health Reimbursement Arrangement.” Learn more in this week’s Insurance Tip.
Indices closed in red territory on Wednesday. Brands such as Caterpillar and Boeing traded lower amid geopolitical uncertainty. Meanwhile, crude oil took a breather. Crude shed 0.5% today to settle at $53.11 a barrel.
If you have financial authority over any foreign financial account you must file FinCEN Form 114 by April 18, 2017. Learn more in this week’s Tax Tip.
Credit rating agencies perform an assessment of credit risk for bonds, a helpful tool for evaluating investments. We explain in this week’s Financial Tip.
Trading closed with slight gains on Monday. Energy brands such as Exxon Mobil, Chevron, and ConocoPhillips led advancers.
Trading closed in red territory on Friday. Stocks slipped amid Syrian conflict concern and a less-than-stellar jobs number for March. Department of Labor data showed the U.S. economy added 98,000 jobs in March versus estimates of 180,000.
In today’s Marietta Daily Journal, Bil Lako, CFP®, explains how a QTIP trust can be used to keep assets in the family bloodline. Read the Article
If you are a licensed childcare provider, you have a special way to calculate the business use of your home. We explain in this week’s Business Tip.