Dan DiLuzio, C.P.A., a Tax Manager with Henssler Financial, explains Georgia’s Qualified Education Expense Tax Credit Program. Dan describes how you can apply for the credit, the major benefits of the credit and why it has become so popular.
Health care systems vary around the world, but they generally fall within one of four models. Read all about them in this Insurance Tip.
Indices closed with mixed moves on Wednesday. The Dow shed some points. The S&P 500 and Nasdaq gained on a spate of economic news including second-quarter GDP data, which showed the economy expanded at a greater-than-anticipated 4 percent, as well as the Fed’s decision to cut monthly bond buying by $10 billion to $25 billion.
Your tax refund is your own money that you are getting back after making an interest-free loan to Uncle Sam. Is that the best use of your money? We explain in this week’s Tax Tip.
Stocks retreated on Tuesday amid geopolitical as well as financial news. President Barack Obama announced new sanctions against Russia. Meanwhile, consumer confidence figures from the Conference Board jumped to a seven-year high in July.
The hosts of “Money Talks,” Gene Henssler, Ph.D., Bil Lako, CFP®, and Ted Parrish, CFA, explain how and why you may want to consider your spouse’s 401(k) plan investments. They describe the most common mistake they see, and why it is beneficial to evaluate both spouse’s plan options.
What will be your retirement reality? Do you know how much of it will be spent watching TV? Read about retirement myths and realities in this week’s Financial Tip.
Indices closed with mixed moves on Monday. The Dow and S&P 500 added slight gains. The Nasdaq ended fractionally lower. Trading action was mixed on a myriad of economic news.
This week on “Money Talks,” host Dr. Gene, Bil and Ted discuss inflation, housing data and earnings from SunTrust, Coca-Cola, McDonald’s and Apple. The hosts also address listeners questions on PepsiCo, Walgreen Co. and CVS Caremark.
The S&P 500 Index climbed to a new record high to 1987.0.