This week on “Money Talks,” your hosts are joined by special guest expert Rob Kling from Corporate Tax Advisors. With Rob, the experts discuss some of the specialized tax credits and deductions businesses can take, including research and development credits, cost segregation, and Section 179D.
In today’s Marietta Daily Journal, Bil Lako, CFP® agrees May was a tough month for the market. He answers if this is a typical, “sell in May and go away” phenomenon or if is there something more to the decline.
Henssler Financial’s D.J. Barker, CWS®, a Managing Associate for the firm, is participating in Crossing For A Cure, a long-distance endurance paddle board challenge and international championship race for cystic fibrosis.
The “Money Talks” experts delve deeper into a conversation on why the market has had a rough May, including the trade tensions with China and the yield curve inversion.
In today’s Marietta Daily Journal, Bil Lako, CFP® explains how 99% of the time, your financial consultants operate like a well-oiled machine. However, there is one practice where each of your advisers come with a different agenda: tax loss harvesting.
99.9% of the time, your financial consultants operate as a well-oiled machine. Your investment adviser dedicates his full-time attention to managing your portfolio, making the buy and sell decisions.
In today’s Marietta Daily Journal, Bil Lako, CFP® explains That businesses may be divided upon divorce if deemed marital property; therefore, a business valuation can help determine the economic value of an owner’s interest in a business. Read the article here Disclosures: The investments referenced within this article may currently be traded by Henssler Financial.…
The “Money Talks” experts delve into a situation where a couple who own a business together are divorcing. They cover the many reasons a business valuation would benefit the company and how it may be used in determining an equitable divorce settlement.
The “Money Talks” hosts discuss a common situation amongst retirees: having their 401(k) fully invested in their employer’s company stock. When it comes time to start planning for liquidity, these investors need to consider the Net Unrealized Appreciation they have in their company stock.