The major indices started the week closing in red territory as the Dow Jones Industrial Average and the S&P 500 Index experienced their worst day since the beginning of the year.
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.
The “Money Talks” show hosts address a listener’s question on investing in Boeing considering the company’s dip in price amid recent troubles. They also discuss how to work through a mid-life financial crisis, and if investors should really seek to minimize the tax owed on one’s Social Security benefit.
Indices kicked off the week closing in the red zone on Monday, as investors worried that trade negotiations with China were deteriorating.
Indices kicked off the week mixed, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average trading fractionally lower, while the S&P 500 Index and NASDAQ Composite added slight gains for the session.
Marcy Stidum, Director of CARE Services at Kennesaw State University. CARE Services offers support to students who have experienced homelessness, food insecurity and/or the foster care system.
This week on “Money Talks,” your show hosts discuss the year-to-date market performance, unemployment, and the possibility of inflation compared to the health of the consumer. We also take a closer look at a common situation for young professionals—student loan debt. They discuss loan consolidation, repayment options, and the consequences of default. The Henssler experts…