President Donald Trump has had a number of very significant accomplishments during his first one hundred days in office. However, many of his biggest achievements might not have gotten the attention they deserved because of the main stream media’s liberal slant and bias, or by a continued effort from...
The general rule is that retirees need 80% of their working income to maintain their current standard of living. We have scoured the internet and have found an overwhelming number of helpful tips** to assist you in saving money each and every month! Reevaluate Monthly Expenses – Take a look...
The Internal Revenue Service’s proposed updates to their Uniform Lifetime Table are set to change  required minimum distributions starting in 2021. In 2018, the Trump administration signed an executive order directing the Treasury Department and IRS to revise their life expectancy and distribution tables. The purpose of...
On the surface, foreign currency trading looked like an ideal post-recession activity for “Too Big To Fail” banks. The exchanges offered the possibility of considerable returns on investment, coupled with a low risk environment. Those two factors made the exchange market the perfect business venture for an industry reeling from...
President Trump’s approval ratings are at an all-time high as his campaign ramps up their efforts to secure reelection in November. His increasing approval is due in large part to American’s level of confidence in the economy, which is higher than it has been in twenty years....
It has been said for years now that women usually tend to outlive their male counterpart.  With the U.S markets standing on shaky ground and global markets starting to stutter, it becomes apparent that rough times are ahead. It’s generally worth the time to take note that 9 out of...
While Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell believes the U.S. economy is in good shape heading into the 2019 holiday season, top Wall Street firms beg to differ.  Powell cited a strong labor market and consistent consumer spending as signs of a healthy economy, although the Fed’s move...
The ongoing debt saga in Greece has reached its turning point—and it’s not likely to end well. Last week, a bailout deal between the Greek government and their European creditors appeared certain. But Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras abruptly broke off talks, causing the Greeks to miss their scheduled payment to...
With the baby boom generation approaching retirement, more people than ever are concerned that they will be unable to retire comfortably at age 65.  A Retirement Confidence Survey (RCS), conducted by the Employee Benefits Research Institute (EBRI), reflected American workers’ dwindling hopes to retire and maintain their current standard...
Starting January 27, 2020 the IRS began accepting 2019 tax returns. The IRS stated in a recent news release that they are expecting to receive more than 150 million returns this year and are prepared to assist filers to ensure a manageable transition. Despite the large volume...