When experts analyze various securities, they look at several different measures of risk and reward. Weekly guest, Glen Wood of The Glen Wood Financial Group is with us to shed some light on one such measure.
You’re interested in purchasing some stock. You’re considering two companies. The first company’s current price per share is $50; the second company’s price per share is $10. If they are both projected to return 10%, which one should you buy?
According to April’s Investment News, the House Ways and Means Committee approved major legislation to “increase retirement savings”.
One of the more confusing things in life is what happens to our estate after the end of our life. Do we have a will or not? What happens if we don’t? What is “Probate”?
Passing part of your estate directly to an heir with certain problems may not be your best option.
Few of us marry and then begin planning for divorce or widowhood, but based on the statistics, that’s what we should be doing.
Today’s financial tip is more of an alert going out to business owners of a recent scam regarding gift cards.
Not long ago in Around the Tiers, we reported on the option of placing a Freeze on your credit from the 3 credit reporting agencies.