This week on “Money Talks,” the show hosts discuss the week’s market action and the start of fourth quarter 2020 earnings season. They touch on the 12-month run that Consumer Discretionary stocks have had as well as the Fed’s revised measurement for inflation. The financial Experts team up to discuss the situation of a couple…
The Henssler Financial Experts explore the situation of a couple who are 10 years from retirement and are concerned about buying fixed income investments in a low interest rate environment.
In this episode of Henssler Financial’s Small Business Minute, Chief Investment Officer Troy Harmon, CFA, CVA, highlights what a buyer needs to know when buying an easy-to-replicate business. You could benefit from an established client list, but you also might be subject to a previous owner’s reputation. This article is for demonstrative and academic purposes…
We can honestly say we never expected to see anything like we did on Jan. 6, 2021 in this country. Watching the appalling display at the Capitol leads to fear and anger. It can even lead to a feeling of helplessness.
2021 might be the year you should ask a tax professional to help address some of the unique tax challenges that COVID-19 has caused for your 2020 taxes.
The Henssler Experts take a closer look at the Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2021, which included $900 billion in additional COVID-19 stimulus.
This week on “Money Talks,” the hosts discuss the week’s market events, including the ISM Manufacturing and Services indices and the market’s reaction to political events. The Experts delve into the Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2021, which included $900 billion in additional COVID-19 stimulus. They also provide an answer to investing in REITs for a…
The arrival of an effective vaccine could inspire some consumers, though it probably won’t be widely available until spring. Until then, consumers will likely spend more time at home.
Medicare premiums, deductibles, and coinsurance amounts change annually. Here’s a look at some of the costs that will apply in 2021 if you’re enrolled in Original Medicare Part A and Part B.
Some folks have been tapping or suspending their retirement savings to make ends meet during this COVID-19 pandemic, and while understandable, it is important that they continue making contributions to their savings as quickly as financially possible.