Congress alongside first year President Biden are planning major tax overhauls that would create several issues for beneficiaries. Raising taxes on wealthy Americans has become a focal point of the majority party in Congress and for President Biden, as Democrats plan to increase taxes to address certain...
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...
There are winners and losers in every financial crisis. When the stock market dips, there are individuals that benefit from the fall. That was certainly the case when the Coronavirus became a global threat. In this case, real estate received a boost. Mortgage rates have fallen to...
A spike in annuity sales from the fourth and final quarter of 2020 suggests that there is an increasing trend of investors looking for safer investment alternatives to high-risk stocks, bonds, and mutual funds. Overall annuity sales were up 2% compared to the final quarter of 2019,...
Personal debt plays a large role when it comes to saving for retirement and living as a retiree. Soaring debt resulting from increasing medical costs, credit cards, loans, and more limit the amount that workers can save and how much retirees can use in their golden years....
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....
In this follow-up interview, Phil Cannella speaks with former Federal Reserve finance manager, Andrew Huszar, on how investors should react to the Fed tapering QE3 to $75 billion per month. Andrew Huszar is a Senior Fellow at Rutgers Business School. Follow Professor Huszar on Twitter: @andrewhuszar
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...
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...
When preparing for retirement it is essential that investors transitioning into the retirement phase of their lives have a financial plan in place to ensure that their assets are protected and are not outlived. One of these preparations includes the process of taking required minimum distributions from...