Chief Economic Adviser Roger Tutterow, Ph.D. joins Bil Lako, CFP® and Ted Parrish, CFA to discuss the influence Washington politics has on economic growth.
Research Analysts Troy Harmon and Mark Bendinelli join Ted Parrish, CFA, Bil Lako, CFP® and Roger Tutterow, Ph.D. in dissecting second quarter earnings and why revenue is not as high as earnings per share.
Dr. Gene Henssler and Ted Parrish, CFA discuss the current earning season and why the markets are not responding to companies’ reported profits.
Between the bailouts and various financial legislation, many investors have wondered how much of their deposits are covered by FDIC insurance. For more information on the standard FDIC limits, coverages specific to the type of account, and the new programs developed by the FDIC, read this Financial Tip.
You can be in control of your money instead of letting it control you. This is one of the many benefits to having a budget. For more information on how a budget can help you organize, communicate and save time when dealing with your money, read this C.P.A. Insight.
Dr. Gene, Ted Parrish, CFA and Bil Lako, CFP® discuss what drove the market during the week of July 5th and what may lie ahead for state pension plans.
Dr. Gene and Ted discuss the sectors they look to for growth.
The "Money Talks" hosts explain the significance behind unemployment and underemployment rates.
About three months before your birthday, taxpayers should receive their "Earnings and Benefits Estimate Statement" from the Social Security Administration. This annual report will give you an idea of how much you may receive in Social Security when you retire. For a description of the information you will find on this statement, read this Financial Strategy.