For those in the U.S. military, the government offers the Thrift Savings Plan, as a retirement savings vehicle. For those with more than 20 years of active duty service, the government offers between 40-50% of his pay for the rest of the veteran’s life.
This week on “Money Talks” the hosts answer listeners’ stock questions and discuss commonly overlooked tax deductions. Divorce attorneys Damon Bivek and Melanie Prescott from the law firm of Bivek Brubaker & Prescott LLC to discuss how financial decisions during a divorce affect your tax liability.
The “Money Talks” hosts discuss the Dow’s closing above the psychologically important 13,000 level during the week.
Ted Parrish, CFA, answers listeners’ questions on Lincoln National, MetLife and Apple.
Tax expert Dan DiLuzio, C.P.A. joins “Money Talks” to discuss some of the commonly overlooked tax deductions.
Your selection of a filing status for a given year will depend on your marital status as of the last day of your tax year (usually December 31). Depending on your situation, you may or may not have a choice regarding your filing status.
This week on “Money Talks” the hosts are joined by Dr. Ken Harmon, Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs for Kennesaw State University to discuss President Obama’s Blueprint for Keeping College Affordable and Within Reach for All Americans.
The “Money Talks” hosts discuss the week’s movements and what higher gas prices might mean for our economy.
Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs for Kennesaw State University, Ken Harmon, joins “Money Talks” to discuss President Obama’s “Blueprint for Keeping College Affordable and Within Reach for All Americans.”
This week’s broadcast of “Money Talks” features discussions on using only one ETF to diversify your portfolio and President Obama’s proposal to raise taxes on dividends. C.P.A. Wendy McCullough from our tax department stops by to discuss how parents who have a small business can save by employing their children.