If your employer has recently made an adjustment to its 401(k) offerings, you may be considering how this could impact your future retirement - and what next steps you should be taking.
Self-employed individuals and small businesses account for a significant portion of our country’s economy. During a global pandemic, like the one we’re experiencing now, small businesses suffer some of the hardest hits. On March 27, 2020, President Donald Trump signed the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act into law, allocating funding to support the U.S. economy and workers through the coronavirus outbreak.
In wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act has been passed. Here's a quick breakdown of how businesses and individuals can expect to be impacted.
While many investors are losing confidence in their investments due to the recent market volatility, there are those out there who may find this an opportune time to pad their portfolio. But before you do, take these considerations into account. Then, if you're still interested, get in touch with your investment advisor to review your options.
We are here for you and we want to take a moment to update you on our thoughts related to the coronavirus, its impact on the financial markets, and, ultimately, on your personal financial situation.
... perhaps you should take the advice of some of the world’s savviest investors and turn away from the stock ticker for the rest of the day. You may be envisioning dollar signs flying out of your wallet and you want to get on the phone and sell. You may even see an opportunity to buy. However, most market gurus will say that if you have a wise strategy in place, it's typically best to stay the course.
In this issue: - Six Most Missed Deductions - Secure Act Changes - When Should I File My Tax Return?