Dan DiLuzio, C.P.A. joins “Money Talks” to discuss the year-end strategy of choosing when to pay your fourth quarter estimated state taxes and what affect it might have on any alternative minimum tax you might have to pay.
The Henssler Research Department takes over “Money Talks” to discuss our newest portfolios.
This week on “Money Talks” we discuss gifting stocks to children, qualified charitable distributions and answer a listener’s question on early retirement offers.
Italy adds to Europe’s financial woes, but the American markets rebound after weekly jobless claims fall below the critical 400,000 level.
Gifting shares of a company children are familiar with can be a good way to teach them about investing.
Taxpayers age 70½ or older are allowed a qualified charitable distribution (QCD), which lets you to direct your IRA trustee to make a distribution, up to $100,000, directly from your IRA to a qualified charity. This QCD fulfills the required minimum distribution for the year.
According to the latest Census Bureau wealth study, in the critical 55-to-64 age bracket, when household wealth typically builds to its peak before being drawn down in retirement, the median net worth for married couples is about four times higher than that of singles.
An early retirement offer may sound like a blessing, but before you accept, the “Money Talks” hosts discuss how it may affect your future financially.
This week on “Money Talks” the hosts discuss six common investing mistakes, DRIP programs, and the week’s financial news from Greece to earnings season.
Greece created more drama in Europe, but the Fed is committed to keeping status quo stateside in this week’s Market Roundup.